Monthly Archives: September 2012

Book Review for ‘Invisible Users’ at LA Review of Books

The first review of my new book, by Kevin Donovan who says several very insightful things that I’m pleased to think my book in some way inspired, such as: “This dominant reductionist approach defines certain values, practices and technologies as … Continue reading

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Column #1 for Global Policy

Is the Digital Divide a defunct framework? My first column for Global Policy, a web-based journal run from my alma mater, The London School of Economics. One related item, on “exclusionary online subcultures” see this blog post where a Ugandan … Continue reading

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Mapping the Flow of Secondhand Computers to Ghana

As posted over at Ethnography Matters: Sourcemap is a project based out of the MIT Media Lab for documenting and publicizing the global supply chains of manufactured goods. With a slight bit of repurposing, I found it to be a … Continue reading

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