Monthly Archives: April 2012

Micropolitics

I’m going to start off this post with my understandings of the dynamic nature of a Network Culture. I will try my best to put together a diagram to illustrate my perceptions on this topic. A Population of Simple Machines as Building Blocks to A Living Organism Imagine a cluster of machines organised with interconnections, […]

How do framings and transversals actually improve, or instead hinder, the music industry?

Transitions in the music industry are a hot topic that often evokes discussions around concepts like framing and transversality, which are practices and phenomena that interact in complex ways, to improve (or perhaps restrict) media consumption and reach, along technological evolution. Conglomerates reign, a glory pastime In the past, and perhaps not very long ago, […]