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  • While these shifts were not investigated specifically in any of the commissioned works I think all the works begged the question, What is a common platform for social interaction in the "outernet," or sentient city?

    UgoTrade

  • We know little yet about what constitutes generativity for the "outernet," particularly for the kind of hybrid social networks that Natural Fuse and Amphibious Architecture present.

    UgoTrade

  • And then we read the book, and discuss it on the outernet, with family, friends and neighbors.

    How We Can Break the Soundless Barrier and Bring Down the Irony Curtain

  • "We are branching out into what we call the 'outernet,'" Ross said.

    Upfront Report: CBS

  • "architects and urban designers into a conversation that until now has been limited largely to technologists," and created an extraordinary opportunity to investigate distributed architectures of participation of what we might call the "outernet."

    UgoTrade

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  • Internet sites or web pages that contain incredibly outdated or erroneous data.

    May 16, 2009

  • This is right up there with terrestrial radio.

    October 24, 2007

  • Nope--it's completely nonmadeupical, SoG.

    October 23, 2007

  • Did you make this one up, reesetee?

    October 23, 2007

  • Non-Internet media, including magazines, newspapers, books, television, and movies.

    October 23, 2007