Join us for our next installment on Thursday, 20 July 2023, from 19:00 (London time) for a session moderated by our co-directors Yen Ooi and Kim Clarke.
Contact us for a Zoom link, as well as if you need any assistance.
We will be exploring the following:
- Jathan Sadowski, Too Smart: How Digital Capitalism is Extracting Data, Controlling our Lives, and Taking Over our World (Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press, 2020
‘Ten Theses on Digital Capitalism’ p. 49 – 72 (page 60 in the ebook)
- How to Run a City Like Amazon and Other Fables, Mark Graham, Rob Kitchin, Shannon Mattern and Joe Shaw ed. (London: Meatspace Press, 2019)
Ebook available from the publisher’s website, scroll down to ‘downloads’ and select pdf version: https://meatspacepress.com/how-to-run-a-company-like-amazon-and-other-fables/
Mark Graham et al., ‘How to Run a City Like Amazon’, paragraphs 1- 12
Rob Kitchin, ‘You’re Entitled to What the Data Says You Deserve’, paragraphs 13 – 100
Alison Powell, ‘Registering Eve’, paragraphs 475 – 503
Pip Thornton, ‘Subprime Language and the Crash’, paragraphs 504 – 528
- Hao Jingfang, Ken Liu trans., ‘Folding Beijing’ in Uncanny Magazine, Issue 2 [Folding Beijing – Uncanny Magazine]
‘IRL’ Case Study:
National Geographic, education: Smart Cities [https://education.nationalgeographic.org/resource/smart-cities/]
Almere Oosterwold, Netherlands–a Dutch utopia in the making