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November 15, 2007



Maybe it's too late for comments.
For another praxical perspective using the idea of tracing networks in order to be able to grasp technical systems and to rebuild a political project that could include technology, you can also compare with : http://yannickrumpala.wordpress.com/2009/06/11/the-utility-of-network-analysis-to-regain-political-holds-on-technology/

Professor Steven Warburton

Thanks for the comment - and no - never too late :) Interesting link, and I liked the reference the post makes to Paul Taylor's 2005 article "From hackers to hacktivists: speed bumps on the global superhighway" in relation to the comments about "hacktivism" restoring a reflexive relation to technology and opening up black boxes.

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