Networked Proximity

If you’ve got time for one in-depth, utterly fascinating and completely illuminating read this year, may I recommend Ulises Ali Mejias’ Networked Proximity (pdf 1.2MB).

The network as a map of interconnected elements or nodes has become a favored metaphor for describing a wide variety of social systems in our age. But the network is transitioning from being merely a way to describe social realities to serving as a model for organizing them… [from here]

A bloody impressive achievement.

2 replies on “Networked Proximity”

  1. Hi James,

    Thanks for this article/book. I don’t have access to uni library research and my reading is mainly inspired by Creative Commons stuff which at times I don’t easily find by myself.

    I hope things are going well for you.

    cheers MArtin

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