PhD Candidate Simon Clatworthy is set to defend his thesis on 27th June, entitled: Design Support at the Front End of the New Service Development (NSD) Process: The Role of Touch-Points and Service Personality in Supporting Team Work and Innovation Processes
How very very cute! One of those consumer pads, circa 2012 used to steer one of my relatives. Just order it online, from France! Not exactly then the greatest supporter of the extended American drone strikes. Instrument. That’s me, up here too, now later, looking backwards, an archaeology of the future I see they called it way back then.
Everywhere you looked in the media in 2013 you’d see us, I feel we have been replicated, our forms and our purposes entangled, an archaeology of the future I like to call it. There were those feelers of the future in the archives of airborne technologies of the late 20th century, reachable in online repositories such as this one that looks like an early motion capture flip book!
Watched. The humiliation of being watched. They are staring at my protoypical relative from below! He looks like he is in the cross hairs of a police viewfinder! Ha. Isn’t that what was playing out in those days of protesting in the streets against the Global Financial Crisis they called it.
Oh look, a feed from the past slips between my rotors. My being a new experimental hybrid of techno and human cortical splice implant, I receive information through my GPS to human memory mind-er system. I feel something like a murmur reaching into my being. Its cold up here in 2022 above the city. Murmmuration! It’s a website from summer 2013.