[NetBehaviour] data nonvisualisation
A.Munster at unsw.edu.au
Fri Sep 12 23:54:24 CEST 2008
Thanks for that Mark! That post is actually in progress - I'm hoping
to turn it into a 3 way piece with the other two members of that blog
- Andrew Murphie and Xavier Fijac over the next few weeks. I'm
currently doing a lot of reading and thinking around the development
of data mining capacities for the US intelligence community especially
in operations such as Able Danger and the 'lead-up' to the Iraq
invasion (so late '90s). And how this then sets up the corporate
possibilities which we start to see emerge with the post-dot com rejig
of the web via amazon, google etc.
If anyone has good pointers on stuff to look at around this (ie beyond
alll the congress reports by intelligence agencies etc which I'm
already wading through), I'd really appreciate it. Anyone doing
critical work on this stuff etc.
btw enjoying Jeremy!
On 13/09/2008, at 1:46 AM, marc garrett wrote:
> Hi all.
> JuSt thought that I'd highlight something that I came across
> recently by
> Anna Munster on the Dynamic Media site called 'data nonvisualisation'.
> definitely worth a read...
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