Periodicals>Journal Article:  Bachmann, Götz , Utopian Hacks, limn, Issue Eight, Retrieved on 2017-07-11
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  • Folksonomies: culture hacking self-improvement

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    11 JUL 2017

     Recursive Cybernetic Design

    In 1962, a few years before Alan Kay started his career, Engelbart set the program for his own U.S. Air Force–funded research group at the Stanford Research Institute (Bardini 2000:1-32), aiming for nothing less than to re-engineer the “HLAM-T,” the “Human using Language, Artifacts, Methodology, in which he is Trained” (Engelbart 1962:9). This HLAM-T was always a cyborg, and as such it can be engaged in a continuous process of “augmenting human intellect.” According to Engelbart...
    Folksonomies: cybernetics iterative
    Folksonomies: cybernetics iterative
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    11 JUL 2017

     Engineering New Ways to Think About Things

    One cluster looks, for example, for new ways of representing and understanding complex systems. A second cluster aims for more access to knowledge by undoing contemporary media’s restrictions (such as the restriction of the screen, which produces, with its peek-a-boo access to complexity, impenetrable forms of knowledge such as the trillions of lines of code, written on screens and then stared at on screens). A third cluster explores new forms of representing time, and a fourth one more eff...
    Folksonomies: innovation thinking thought
    Folksonomies: innovation thinking thought
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