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“The Machine Is Us/ing Us”

This evening I stumbled across a pretty great video by Dr. Michael Wesch, Assistant Professor of Cultural Anthropology at Kansas State University. It’s a pretty fascinating four-minute look at the malleability of digital language and its cultural, linguistic, and legal implications:

If you’ve got the time, check out Digital Ethnography for more brainy web shit. If you’ve got even more time, you might enjoy an anthropological introduction to YouTube.

– Jezy