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Sean Black's picture

Google is God

I have spoken a bit about the controversy of having a ‘camera on every corner.’ In that post I talked about increasing instances of surveillance in the public domain, and how when we are in public we are constantly being watched; there are hardly any instances where what we are doing is truly private.

Joni Lindes's picture

Has the iPad been cast aside?

iPhone sales are soaring, iPod sales are dwindling, but the biggest revelation of Apple’s 2014 second quarter financial results is the slight, but surprising drop in iPad sales.

Reg Rumney's picture

What set of symbols are you buying when you buy an Apple iPod?

The language of certain academic fields of study is further from the language of business than De Aar is from Helsinki, culturally speaking.

So it was with delight I came across the phrase, the "semiotization of the economy" in an article on design (as an approach to media research) by Ilpo Koskinen, in the Nordicom Review (November 2006). He's talking about branding, the bane of Naomi Klein.

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