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  1. Jan 2019
    1. bottom-up character

      Does this mean that the environment/available materials is a force that shapes rhetoric and communication, instead of the traditional idea that rhetoric is imposed upon a certain group or space? ("entangling" of the people with the environment?)

  2. Sep 2017
    1. Eventually she became more entangled with social relationships, which helped her work on technical projects that brought a comfort of similarity from previous work. Initially she didn’t identify with the term “hacker.” Only later did she came to understand herself as oriented around self-sufficiency and creative problem-solving. For her, the resonance with hacking as an identity came after participation and a deeper entanglement.
    2. Hodder pushes us to consider how dependence relationships emerge over time and result in people getting “trapped” in particular routines and ways of acting.

      También puede ocurrir que ciertos entramados deconstruyan las formas de hacer y revelen las trampas de la rutina. Este es la aspiración de Grafoscopio, que intenta poner a circular un saber simbólico para extender y deconstruir su propia materialidad y revelar las trampas en sus elecciones tempranas. Sin embargo, algunas "trampas" más conceptuales (ejp OOP), sólo pueden ser deconstruidas cuando las más superficiales se han atravesado.

    3. to explore how webs of dependences balance participation and organization in the context of hackerspaces. Ian Hodder (2012) defined “entanglement” as dependences between humans and things, which are “stuck together” in a web. He defined things as entities that are “contained and identifiable” (p. 7) by a particular person or group, which gives them a presence and longevity. Dependences refer to enabling and constraining relationships that are created partly from how people recognize and perceive the material and immaterial qualities of things, and partly from the interlocking nature of things with other things.