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    FREE READ Ambient Commons DOWNLOAD ï AKUENTAJUI.CO à Malcolm McCullough Malcolm McCullough à 1 SUMMARY Ambient Common is a cautiously optimistic survey of the swiftly arriving era of “pervasive computing” Or call it “augmented reality” or “ambient information” Just as this technology is just beginning to weave itself into almost everything we will use see and touch it has no agreed upon name Malcolm McCullough’s chief concern here seems to be find a middle way that will preserve our commons – our rights to places that are s

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    EBOOK / PDF [Ambient Commons] related to how screens and interactive materials are changing architecture and how we think about the configurability of space Interesting but dense

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    Malcolm McCullough à 1 SUMMARY EBOOK / PDF [Ambient Commons] Malcolm McCullough is always on the mark This book is a tidy collection of things we should be thinking about as we move along in the digital age but probably aren't Insightful and provocative

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SUMMARY Ü Ambient Commons D forms persist and that to notice them can improve other sensibilities In Ambient Commons Malcolm McCullough explores the workings of attention though a rediscovery of surroundings Not all that informs has been written and sent; not all attention involves deliberate thought The intrinsic structure of space the layout of a studio for example or a plaza becomes part of any mental engagement with itMcCullough describes what he calls the Ambient an increasing tendency to perceive information superabundance whole where individu. Ambient Common is a cautiously optimistic survey of the swiftly arriving era of pervasive computing Or call it augmented reality or ambient information Just as this technology is just beginning to weave itself into almost everything we will use see and touch it has no agreed upon name Malcolm McCullough s chief concern here seems to be find a middle way that will preserve our commons our rights to places that are silent and unmediated while at the same time allowing us to realize the benefits of what he calls ambient technology That McCullough raises uestions than he answers is fine in a survey like this It s the uestions he doesn t ask that are troubling For example if the internet of things digital control of urban infrastructure in real time is to have untold numbers of citizens reporting in what about the possibilities for hacking and terrorism Still what McCullough has to say will leave the reader with new ways to think about our era of peak distraction

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SUMMARY Ü Ambient Commons Al signals matter less and at least some mediation assumes inhabitable form He explores how the fixed forms of architecture and the city play a cognitive role in the flow of ambient information As a persistently inhabited world can the Ambient be understood as a shared cultural resource to be socially curated voluntarily limited and self governed as if a commons Ambient Commons invites you to look past current obsessions with smart phones to rethink attention itself to care for situated often inescapable forms of informatio. Malcolm McCullough is always on the mark This book is a tidy collection of things we should be thinking about as we move along in the digital age but probably aren t Insightful and provocative Tempted by the Badge To Serve and Seduce #2 governed as if a commons Ambient Commons invites you to look past current obsessions with smart phones to rethink attention itself to care for situated often inescapable forms of informatio. Malcolm McCullough is always on the mark This book is a tidy collection of things we should be thinking about as we move along in the digital age but probably aren t Insightful and provocative

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SUMMARY Ü Ambient Commons The world is filling with ever kinds of media in ever contexts and formats Glowing rectangles have become part of the scene; screens large and small appear everywhere Physical locations are increasingly tagged and digitally augmented Sensors processors and memory are not found only in chic smart phones but also built into everyday objectsAmid this flood your attention practices matter than ever You might not be able to tune this world out So it is worth remembering that underneath all these augmentations and data flows fixe. A pretty nice overview of the ambient factors of our hyper technological world This book hits at the pervasiveness of attention grabbing apparatuses though fails to go far enough to link these to power capital andor the state form Though I am partial to the argument that the latter is irrelevant it would still be nice to see it mentionedI liked the chapter on architecture but that was mostly due to me thinking about what it lacked a consideration of how architecture is used for control It seems like one would have to do some work to mention the 19th century restructuring of Paris but leave out any mention of Haussmann There is also a pretty weak understanding of Debord and the Situationists with of course no mention of any of the other major playersI also liked a chapter near the end that reframed the overabundance of media as pollution That sort of language makes a lot sense to me than trying to rationalize how much or what type is acceptable it s easy for this to be boiled down to a moral discussion The chapter after this though not really offering any conclusive evidence speaks of biological limits on filtering and an idea of peak distraction with which we as humans cannot comfortably deal The book ends with a discussion and consideration of silence and an invocation of natural noise rather than the intentionally created type that surrounds us Buried Mountain Secrets grabbing apparatuses though fails to Buried Mountain Secrets go far enough to link these to power capital andor the state form Though I am partial to the argument that the latter is irrelevant it would still be nice to see it mentionedI liked the chapter on architecture but that was mostly due to me thinking about what it lacked a consideration of how architecture is used for control It seems like one would have to do some work to mention the 19th century restructuring of Paris but leave out any mention of Haussmann There is also a pretty weak understanding of Debord and the Situationists with of course no mention of any of the other major playersI also liked a chapter near the end that reframed the overabundance of media as pollution That sort of language makes a lot sense to me than trying to rationalize how much or what type is acceptable it s easy for this to be boiled down to a moral discussion The chapter after this though not really offering any conclusive evidence speaks of biological limits on filtering and an idea of peak distraction with which we as humans cannot comfortably deal The book ends with a discussion and consideration of silence and an invocation of natural noise rather than the intentionally created type that surrounds us

  • Hardcover
  • 347
  • Ambient Commons
  • Malcolm McCullough
  • English
  • 17 August 2018
  • 9780262018807