Some notes about how economic models shape technology and vice-versa, in the context of regulating proposals for dealing with increasing inequalities: When George Eastman revolutionised photography, he did very well and, because he needed a large number of Americans to carry out his vision, the city of Rochester had a thriving middle class for two generations.… Read More

This is the first of my DO posts in the DIWOMaster. In this “course” I’m making a Prototype that deals with the internet of things and interactive engaging design, and how these two subjects can update housework technologies. As I’ll explain in the next post, I’m shyly following in the footsteps of the people that reshaped technology from women points… Read More

As I said before, I’m gonna start my MasterDIWO with my previous research on HouseWork technologies and its updating to a new distributed paradigm unveiled by internet. This research was the theoretical background of my Degree Project in 2010. It payed attention to artistic and activist experiences related to the city and the body that… Read More

With this post I officially start my DIY Master in Arts, Science, Anthropology and Open Business, …yeah, quite a remix. Its objective is to gather together these interests and my previous works in these fields, and then reconduct them to the definition of a profession that fits me. The work I’ll do in all the… Read More