I like Sarah Pink’s focus on the everyday, and this article is no exception. It’s a thought-provoking counterpoint, and accompaniment, to discussions of Big Data:
The everday is the seepage that accompanies the assemblage; it’s how one assemblage coheres with another. Thus, p.3:
I like the idea of data becoming ‘lively’ – p.10:
“…both portraying and affecting life itself.” While not focused on everyday experiences of education in this article, the cross-overs and parallels are very suggestive. Surveillance blurring into, and out of, sousveillance.