a la kevin kelly.
In US Digital Culture Since World War II: The Computerized Society, my students sketched their personal maps of the Internet in homage to Kevin Kelly’s project.
This is a great assignment for students to think more critically about where they are within the material and the cultural worlds of modern communications systems, commerce, and other systems, hierarchies, and webs of access, control, or lack thereof.
Of course, by using sketches to address this big issues we also had good fun.
I have removed names to protect the innocent (or is it the guilty?). You can click on each image for a larger version. Click on each image for a higher resolution version.