Particularly relevant to Cybercultures are the last few items @BenPatrickWill highlights. The bioinformatics collecting devices and DNA IQ tests: invasively measuring what goes on inside learners. It’s getting too easy to do the dystopia. #mscedchttps://t.co/NyHNuudAJJ
The contradiction and dissonance between these two voices somehow brings them into accord: reading Haraway’s ‘A Cyborg Manifesto’ to the sound of SYL’s ‘All Hail The New Flesh’ #mscedc colourful language warninghttps://t.co/Y2hBYN3LaP
If you’re interested, this photo is from Cradle Mountain in Tasmania, one of the wettest places in Australia and fortunately not on fire at the mo.
I haven’t been there myself, this photo was taken by my close friend, Yulianto Lukito, an avid bushwalker and traveler. Via him, I have vicariously appreciated several places in Australia that I have never visited.