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The Costs of Being Programmed

One of the arguments in Douglas Rushkoff’s Program or Be Programmed was the ontological argument that computers are inherently binaristic, capable of only understanding on or off while humans are more complex and nuanced, to say the least. Another argument that I found compelling was really the rallying call Rushkoff makes here: that we must […] Continue reading

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Buy the Textbooks

Our course will require seven books that we will use throughout the semester. While I understand that this may seem like a lot of books for an undergraduate course, I assure you that the reading will not cause any undue … Continue reading

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