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Life Update: Geoloqi is joining Esri!

Life Update: Geoloqi is joining Esri!
Aaron Parecki and I started Geoloqi formally in April 2010. Before that, it had been a matter of major focus for both of us in different ways. We started Geoloqi as a side-project, and then left our jobs to work on it full-time when it got too large for us to devote part of our time to. We went from forty hours a week at a day job and sixty hours a week on Geoloqi to a full one hundred...

An Illustrated Dictionary of Cyborg Anth...

An Illustrated Dictionary of Cyborg Anthropology is Here!
At long last, and after a series of starts and stops, I am pleased to announce the first edition of An Illustrated Dictionary of Cyborg Anthropology! It’s been lovingly illustrated by Maggie Nichols. This book is a first step down the road of cataloging the new interactions and experiences of the modern cyborg subject. Hopefully this book will allow you to humorously step back...

2012 National Geographic Class of Emergi...

2012 National Geographic Class of Emerging Explorers Announced!
A few months ago, I was very surprised to receive an E-mail from National Geographic with an interesting notice: I had received an Emerging Explorers award, and I was invited to a conference in Washington D.C. with the rest of the Emerging Explorers class. Micheal Wesch, one of my favorite anthropologists and media ecologists, received an Emerging Explorers award in 2009, and I am...