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Connectivity is not binary, the network is never neutral.

11 Sep 2014
In: Myitkyina, Today's Office
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It takes an hour to clear the Yangon traffic, and another two to reach Bogale, a small town at the edge of the Irrawaddy Delta. …
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Your Face Here

29 Sep 2013
In: Design Inspiration, Shibuya
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As many of my friends appreciate I’m camera shy. Partly it’s a desire for privacy, and partly it is because more photos makes my work …
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You’ve Been Here.

05 Feb 2012
In: Addis Ababa, Cultural Norms
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Trying to get a sense of who hangs where, and what they do when they get there. An easy starting point is the local internet …
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Connections. Connectors.

A critical part of any ethnographic/design research project is recruiting the right participants for the study – they are the foundation on which the research …
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Cairo Jewelry

26 Apr 2011
In: Cairo, Design Inspiration
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Photo taken by my colleague Rayna Wiles whilst in Cairo. Social media revolution? Or low barriers to entry for jewelry tat?
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40 Qs About The (Coming) Revolution

17 Apr 2011
See also: Is Internet Access a Human Right? These questions were originally meant to be weaved into a post here on Future Perfect – ended up …
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Ad Literacy

05 Mar 2010
In: Future Perfect, Tokyo
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Facebook’s ad platform is the Flip of advertising: smart, simple and just enough to be effective. If you haven’t already tried Facebook’s advertising platform you should …
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History’s New Gatekeepers

14 Dec 2009
In: China, Future Perfect, Lhasa, Locations, Tibet
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Is the current Facebook privacy discussion as some have argued their Microsoft Moment that point where the internal perception of themselves starts to significantly, …
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