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‘First written as a Manga comic series in 1989 during the early days of the internet, Ghost in the Shell’s creator, Japanese artist Masamune Shirow, foresaw that this brain-computer interface would overcome the fundamental limitation of the human condition: that our minds are trapped inside our heads. In Shirow’s transhuman future our minds would be free to roam, relaying thoughts and imaginings to other networked brains, entering via the cloud into distant devices and sensors, even “deep diving” the mind of another in order to understand and share their experiences.’ From The Independent.
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I see much of my world through this screen and not through real windows. I am present and not present in my new office. Physically present but elsewhere, engaged in an email conversation about our final assignment. As I reviewed my lifestream, I began to think again about ‘presence’ and ‘where’ ‘I’ have been throughout the duration of this course. In terms of co-presence, (Warburton, 2009) we have moored in Twitter for a range of reasons.
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As I watched this, I wondered what an analysis of my stops and starts would indicate? The long pause in my watching was caused by my cat dragging a pigeon in through the cat-flap. Guess the data wouldn’t guess at that?
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And here we go…
…do you really think that’s what I’m looking for, Google?
Hit ‘ENTER’ and we get…
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I’m a data-driven Strava-slave.
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Grizedale Forest – replete with frozen tarn.
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Finally winning with IFTTT.