edsu / Ed Summers

I’m a software developer interested in how the web does and doesn’t work as an archive.

There are eight people in edsu’s collective.

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  1. Peter Zenger Lecture with Jonathan Zittrain

    The Peter Zenger Lecture with Jonathan Zittrain - The Food is Bad and the Portions are Big: How to Deal with the Information Environment Fostered by Today’s Social Media Platforms.

    The Peter Zenger Lectures cover issues related to journalism, law, justice and civil rights. They are named after John Peter Zenger, American journalist, printer, and publisher, whose libel trial and eventual acquittal (1735) set a precedent for establishing freedom of the press in America.

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  2. Documenting Aftermath: An Author-Meets-Critics Session

    Abstract: In this author meets critics session, Drs. Daniel Greene (iSchool), Ricky Punzalan (iSchool), David Tomblin (STS), and Marccus Hendricks (UMD Urban Planning), will discuss Documenting Aftermath: Information Infrastructure in the Wake of Disasters with the author Megan Finn. Documenting Aftermath is an examination of how changing public information infrastructures shaped people’s experience of earthquakes in Northern California in 1868, 1906, and 1989. Finn argues that information orders—complex constellations of institutions, technologies, and practices—influence how we act in, experience, and document events. Examining multiple information orders in different historical moments allows for comparative examination of how people used and rebuilt different public information infrastructures following earthquakes.

    Speaker: Megan Finn is an Assistant Professor at University of Washington’s Information School. Her work examines relations amongst institutions, infrastructures, and practices in the production, circulation, and use of information. She examines these themes in a book, called Documenting Aftermath: Information Infrastructures in the Wake of Disasters, with MIT Press coming out in Fall 2018. She completed her PhD in 2012 at UC Berkeley’s School of Information, and spent two yea…

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  3. Artist’s talk by Brian Eno | History Museum of BiH | Sarajevo

    Brian Eno is an extremely important name for the world music scene. Though widely publicised for his albums and collaborations, his artistic works in which he examines the relationship of technology and art and the mutual relationship between the visual and the sound aspect are equally numerous and significant.

    His lectures are known for their interest not only because of his eloquence, but also because of the ease with which he articulates some of the most complex topics in art and culture in a simple and comprehensible way. Every lecture and artist’s talk by Brian Eno is characterised by pretentiousness and accessibility, but behind his teaching charm lies a serious thinker who questions some of the aspects of art that many others avoid. His lectures are an exciting adventure into the world of knowledge and insight into the greatest secrets of art, but also the society and the time in which we live.

    This lecture followed the opening of his 77 Million Paintings exhibition at History Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina in Sarajevo.

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  4. Left of Black with Fred Moten

    Left of Black host Dr. Mark Anthony Neal is joined in the studio by Dr. Fred Moten.

    Moten is a poet and a scholar. He’s a Professor in the Department of Performance Studies, Tisch School of the Arts at New York University.

    Dr. Neal teaches Black Popular Culture in the Department of African and African-American Studies at Duke University.

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  5. A Conversation with Naval Ravikant and Ryan Shea | Blockstack Summit 2017

    https://blockstack.org/

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  6. Michelle Fine : Benjamin Doxtdator Podcast - Long View on Education

    https://www.longviewoneducation.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/Michelle-Fine-Benjamin-Doxtdator-Podcast.mp3 “Michelle Fine : Benjamin Doxtdator Podcast”.

    https://www.longviewoneducation.org/dr-michelle-fine-on-willful-subjectivity-and-strong-objectivity-in-education-research/michelle-fine-benjamin-doxtdator-podcast/

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  7. Bruce Sterling & Benjamin Bratton in Conversation

    Cultural theorist Benjamin Bratton speaks with science fiction writer Bruce Sterling about Sterling’s ongoing work on the Novel of Turin, the cross-fertilization of ideas between industrial design and science fiction, and the role of risk models as an infrastructural form of speculation. Bruce Sterling is an author, journalist and critic. Sterling’s books include: The Hacker Crackdown: Law and Disorder on the Electronic Frontier and The Epic Struggle of the Internet of Things. His latest book is entitled Tomorrow Now: Envisioning the Next 50 Years. Benjamin Bratton is a theorist whose work spans Philosophy, Art and Design. He is Visiting Faculty at SCI-Arc, Associate Professor of Visual Arts and Director of The Center for Design and Geopolitics at the University of California, San Diego, and Professor of Digital Design at The European Graduate School in Saas-Fee, Switzerland. His research is situated at the intersections of political & social theory, emerging computational media & infrastructure, and interdisciplinary design methodologies. His recent book, The Stack: On Software and Sovereignty, was published in 2016 by MIT Press.

    Crew Credits -

    Production: Creator and Executive Producer - Hernan Diaz Alonso Producer - Marcelyn Gow Segment Producer - Jake Matatyaou Director - …

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  8. Everyday Life and Learning with Jean Lave

    (Visit: http://www.uctv.tv/) Social anthropologist Jean Lave argues that all theoretical problematics across the social sciences include assumptions about learning, whether explicitly or not. She says that learning is integral to conceptions of knowledge, inquiry, revolution, and changing practice, to name a few. Accordingly, social scientists have substantive stakes in the issue — historical, cultural, spatial, political, and social. Series: "UC Berkeley Graduate Council Lectures" [3/2012] [Humanities] [Education] [Show ID: 23201]

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  9. Decolonize the Body

    We are Earthseed. We are flesh—self aware, questing, problem-solving flesh. We are that aspect of Earthlife best able to shape God knowingly. We are Earthlife maturing, Earthlife preparing to fall away from the parent world. We are Earthlife preparing to take root in new ground, Earthlife fulfilling its purpose, its promise, its Destiny. - Octavia Butler, Earthseed verses

    Our bodies, right now at this moment are both colonizers on this planet and our bodies are also colonized spaces on this planet. In this episode we get into talking about why getting in a right relationship with our bodies is key to getting in right relationship with the planet.

    Music by Tunde Olaniran and Blue Dot Sessions - endoftheworldshow.org https://www.patreon.com/Endoftheworldshow @endoftheworldPC

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  10. A Tribute to Paul Virilio

    The Brooklyn Rail is proud to host a panel discussion and film screening in honor of Paul Virilio’s (1932-2018) life and the influence his work has had on a generation of thinkers. The evening will begin with a rare screening of the short film "Itineraries of Catastrophe" – a conversation between Virilio and Sylvère Lotringer. The panel, moderated by Paul D. Miller (aka DJ Spooky) and will include McKenzie Wark, Thyrza Nichols Goodeve, and David Levi Strauss, with introductions by Nichols Goodeve.

    Paul D. Miller aka DJ Spooky is a composer, multimedia artist and writer whose work immerses audiences in a blend of genres, global culture, and environmental and social issues. His written work has been published by The Village Voice, The Source, and Artforum, among others, and he is the Editor of Origin Magazine. Miller’s work has appeared in the Whitney Biennial; The Venice Biennial for Architecture; the Ludwig Museum in Cologne; Kunsthalle, Vienna; The Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh, the Miami/Art Basel fair, and many other museums and galleries. Miller’s award-winning book “Rhythm Science” was published by MIT Press 2004, and was followed by “Sound Unbound,” an anthology about electronic music and digital media, in 2008. “The Book of Ice”, an experiential visual and acoustic po…

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