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I’m Jessica Smith, and this is my personal website. I’m a left-wing feminist who loves animals, books, gaming, and cooking; I’m also very interested in linguistics, history, technology and society.
One of my favorite things is to misuse technology in creative ways. Breaking the rules without breaking the rules.
No Escape Hole is a browser-based online exhibition. The title refers to the group’s shared explorations into the consequences of digital media, and the tendency to view such technology as a means of escape from the tumultuous reality of everyday life.
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As long as social media companies profit from outrage, confusion, addiction, and depression, our well-being and democracy will continue to be at risk.
Real Life is a magazine about living with technology. The emphasis is more on living...
Experience how face detection software is judging you. This test is 100% privacy friendly.
In 1968, Doug Engelbart presented interactive computing to a world used to punched-card machines. This was the birth of word processing, email, hypertext, the computer mouse and more.
An audio and hypertext work about datasets, ghosts, bodies, corporate deep-fake technologies and surveillance.
"In shadowy, silent distance grew the iceberg too": universities, technology, work and life
By Jonathan Borichevskiy. I enjoy learning and building things (usually with computers), concerts, hikes, and connecting with people. Passionate about cognitive science, environmental sustainability, and software engineering.

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