Without serious commitments from governments and the private sector to follow through on this rhetoric, satellite Internet technology could fail to reach the communities that need it most.
While the underlying purpose of the construction and consumption of food texts remain the same from analog to digital form, the authority of food culture and its complimentary narrative control has shifted as a result of the convergence of food texts and digital media affordances.
“This thesis seeks to understand how different groups of people in Puerto Rico and the diaspora deploy internet memes for political critique. In this work, I analyze three case studies focused on how Puerto Rican groups and individuals use internet memes to express political discontent, make calls to action, engage in catharsis, and seek political change.”
Systems like Amazon, Google, and Facebook are so massive that it’s easy to forget that the digital world was not always like this. Kevin Driscoll, ’09, and Indiana University’s Julien Mailland discuss how France’s Minitel offers a wealth of data for thinking about internet policy and an alternative model for the internet’s future: a public platform for private innovation.
After thirty years in service, Minitel offers a wealth of data for thinking about internet policy and an alternative model for the internet’s future: a public platform for private innovation.
With William Uricchio, Guy Maddin discusses why we should bother digging up filmic and narrative memories from oblivion.
In a conversation with William Uricchio, Maddin will discuss why we should bother digging up filmic and narrative memories from oblivion.