“Wisdom is not expressible. Knowledge can be expressed, but not wisdom. One can discover it, one can live it, one can be borne along by it, one can do miracles with it, but one cannot express it and teach it.”…

Adrian need not fear that networked media has ended on a muted whimper. I feel very sorry for those that didn’t attend this final unsymposium, because the picture of an incomplete and uncompleteable picture was completed. Or, put more simply,…

Say Hello to Australia's Next Kevin Parker

  A little band from Hobart that won’t be little or from Hobart for much longer just released their first EP, Rush Butter. Despite the fact that I live with all these guys in a big house above the Derwent…

It’s hard to imagine the artworks when they are written about rather than viewed, and I’m sure the artist would be glad of this to a certain extent. The concepts sound beautiful, especially under such idealistic headings. In light of…

In this unlecture the speculation around an emerging protological society would make the common phrase by our elders “that young people have no manners” defunct. Here’s a quick summary of the discussion of protocol that took place: The Internet was…

How wonderful! Latour makes explicit his acknowledgement of important metaphysical concepts in his work, which is much too rare in the writings of humanities scholars. So, a few of Latour’s important points: –     The platitudes ‘network’ and ‘actor’…

Anonymous Niki

Our Anonymous niki entry is finished, take a look. I think its successful because it both localises the topic by portraying an opinion of Anonymous through the lens of RMIT students and providing information in the way we deemed most…

In this time of maximised academic thought processes (two weeks until all assignments are due) and in light of the remaining assessment criteria for this blog assessment (quanitity over quality), here is the only thing that is not academic (although…

I watched the documentary We Are Legion for my research on Anonymous for the niki. There was a lot of really in-depth, interesting and sometimes funny information, but for the sake of cohesion and clarity I was unable to include all…

This week’s unlecture got stuck in one of the most boring academic argumentative techniques – defining and redefining definitions in an attempt to reach a final vocabulary. I understand why this occurs, both parties need to understand the other’s terms…

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