Comments on: “bundled, buried, and behind closed doors” http://m.ammoth.us/blog/2011/11/bundled-buried-and-behind-closed-doors/ the herculez gomez of architecture blogs Fri, 14 Nov 2014 16:37:48 +0000 hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.4.10 By: Stephen http://m.ammoth.us/blog/2011/11/bundled-buried-and-behind-closed-doors/comment-page-1/#comment-311842 Thu, 10 Nov 2011 14:26:41 +0000 http://m.ammoth.us/blog/?p=5978#comment-311842 Even knowing how many places they reside would be interesting. Or something like GPS for data, which traces geographical information movement as it is backed up and deleted and edited – sprawling out across multiple locations throughout the country when we are all editing a doc together, then contracting again to its core storage points after our browser windows close.

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By: Rob http://m.ammoth.us/blog/2011/11/bundled-buried-and-behind-closed-doors/comment-page-1/#comment-310671 Wed, 09 Nov 2011 04:10:08 +0000 http://m.ammoth.us/blog/?p=5978#comment-310671 I think the answer to the question — “does this fixity scale” — is “yes, but not always”. Which is a dull answer, in the abstract; the interest is in the specifics.

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By: Rob http://m.ammoth.us/blog/2011/11/bundled-buried-and-behind-closed-doors/comment-page-1/#comment-310669 Wed, 09 Nov 2011 04:08:04 +0000 http://m.ammoth.us/blog/?p=5978#comment-310669 I don’t know, but I sure want to.

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By: Free Association Design http://m.ammoth.us/blog/2011/11/bundled-buried-and-behind-closed-doors/comment-page-1/#comment-306945 Fri, 04 Nov 2011 16:14:26 +0000 http://m.ammoth.us/blog/?p=5978#comment-306945 Do you reckon we could figure out where our digital objects – say our many Google docs and Dropbox files – geographically reside? The specific architectures where they live?

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By: Bundled, Buried and Behind Closed Doors | Ben Mendelsohn http://m.ammoth.us/blog/2011/11/bundled-buried-and-behind-closed-doors/comment-page-1/#comment-305629 Thu, 03 Nov 2011 03:54:35 +0000 http://m.ammoth.us/blog/?p=5978#comment-305629 […] mammoth Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:LikeOne blogger likes this post. From: Uncategorized […]

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By: namhenderson http://m.ammoth.us/blog/2011/11/bundled-buried-and-behind-closed-doors/comment-page-1/#comment-305483 Thu, 03 Nov 2011 00:19:11 +0000 http://m.ammoth.us/blog/?p=5978#comment-305483 Does such fixity scale i wonder? I could think of two opposing examples. The sort of rail to trial model of infrastructural corridors/tracks etc used for a new infrastructure of recreation etc but also of say dams, or power plants. Is it the case that these positions are reused? I suppose if you include used as ecological infrastructure than yes, but….

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By: Ben Mendelsohn http://m.ammoth.us/blog/2011/11/bundled-buried-and-behind-closed-doors/comment-page-1/#comment-305316 Wed, 02 Nov 2011 19:47:51 +0000 http://m.ammoth.us/blog/?p=5978#comment-305316 Great blog! Thanks so much for posting the video – your writeup is spot on. The “relative fixity of infrastructural geographies” was a driving fascination throughout this project – with so much focus on the change that new technologies bring, I think it’s super important (and enlightening) to concentrate some attention on continuities as well.

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