Monthly Archives: March 2011

That’s Actually Virtual.

Is virtual reality actual? Well what is virtual… and actual? Andrew Murphie explains how the virtual is potential and the actual the result of that potential, or in end the lead up to the actual being virtual. [1] Confused? Me … Continue reading

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Don’t Forget

There seems to be a certain focus on memory and media. This is to argue that technology more specifically rather than media is constantly updating, and because of this the human body and mind are adapting to this change also. … Continue reading

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Media Ecologies

Media Ecologies – a new genre of thought? Here I am studying media at university and when I tell people this, they immediately (like myself up until studying the course) think ‘newspapers’, ‘television’ or ‘radio’. Whilst these are all massive … Continue reading

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Blog First, Read Later.

I don’t know if you – the reader- are actually going to process what I write, because instead according Marshall McLuhan, you’ll be too focused on the medium I have chosen – that being blogging – in order to discuss … Continue reading

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