Geeky discourse about the culture and rituals of the people at SXSW Interactive conference/festival specifically with cyborg anthropologist Amber Case who gamely banters about: human-techno-social-experience within information revolution; how future is created; how geek inherit/acquire power; micro-economics of start-ups; perils of venture capital; survivability of these commercial endeavors; industry-culture power structures; checking-into lines; affection for robotic devices; time and space compression; durability of books; importance of archiving; and attempt to manifest of a documentarian to articulate how to preserve invisible artifacts which exist every/nowhere.
Geek out on Cyborg Anthropology Essay in Austin – Choogle On! #101 (35:34, .mp3, 32MB)
Unidentified clips from found-object “Lo-Fi Summer” mix tape (please identify in comments as possible)
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