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  1. Dec 2018
    1. I am inviting a few students from writing classes to enter into this discussion. They are insanely busy this time of year, but I will ask. Maybe others could be invited?

  2. Oct 2015
    1. This book suggests not that networked computing creates the predicament of hospitality but rather that it takes up this very old problem—the problem of others arriving whether we invited them or not—over and over again.
    2. But Facebook privacy functions shift and Dropbox usernames are hacked, meaning that the concept of the invitation is mostly a pleasant fiction.

      This is an idea that me and Rob Gehl wrote about a little concerning the shifting natures of terms of service agreements as/as contracts, but I LOVE how Brown is setting it up here as perhaps the grounding for a networked ethics. I'll be tagging such references as I go along.

      http://thenewinquiry.com/essays/cookie-cutters/