Category Archives: Cyberspace

Transhuman Films

The blog’s been pretty quiet while I’ve been concentrating on other things. One of those other things is a research project looking at post- and transhumanism in popular culture, and particularly in film. One of those projects has been the … Continue reading

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Digital life trailers and clips

I like short films, and especially short science fiction films that unpack a particular question or theme (for example, the original short version of ‘9’), so I was interested to see this engaging trailer for a short film called ‘True … Continue reading

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Cartoon – Always connected

Hat tip to Derek for the cartoon about the always connected life. See Derek’s Blog » Always connected

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Cloud thoughts

A couple of pieces about ‘the Cloud’ from this week. TidBITS Networking: The Future is Disposable fishers, surfers and casters » iCloud musings

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Spiritual Outlook: In da bginnin God cre8d da hvns & da earth

The most recent Spiritual Outlook programme on Radio New Zealand National is on digital religion and includes an interview with Rachel Wagner (Ithaca College, and author of forthcoming Godwired: Religion. Ritual, and Virtual Reality). You can listen to the audio … Continue reading

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International Conference on Digital Religion 2012

Hat tip to Heidi Campbell for this conference announcement. International Conference on Digital Religion 2012 The Center for Media, Religion, and Culture at the University of Colorado-Boulder has announced an International Conference on Digital Religion, to be held 12-15 January … Continue reading

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The Church After Google

Missed this when it came out last year – an issue of the Princeton Theological Review oriented around the theme of ‘The Church after Google’. You can get a list of all the past issues here (with download links). Or … Continue reading

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Mary MacKillop Prayer Space

The Sydney Morning Herald (and associated Fairfax sites) carried this piece (Pray… in 255 characters or fewer) about the Sisters of Saint Joseph of the Sacred Heart and the online Mary MacKillop Prayer Space they’ve set up (which is part … Continue reading

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Virtual Choir

This project is really interesting – the creation of a virtual choir. The original idea can be found here – Virtual Choir Project II: Lux Aurumque – Blog – Eric Whitacre The lead into the project can be found here … Continue reading

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Guide to Google Wave

Derek points to this : Derek’s Blog » The complete guide to Google Wave. Looks like it might be useful reading once I have some time to play with my Google Wave account.

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