Author: tfurlow

The Savion Effect: Can GIS produce the Neurostorm of the Adjacent Possible?

The idea that writing transmutes our spatial thinking towards progress has been apparent in the skill and pride of scholarly author’s material. In this project, I challenge the cultural operating system of erudition strictly from a written narrative. As we read, we are engineering a deictic shift experiencing a connection to an author’s mental maps, nonetheless how accurate is our spatial analysis? What if a classroom used GIS as a forum for discussion, a place where our mental maps and background knowledge met. I simply ask the question, can GIS produce alternated realities to evoke inquiry altering our predispositions on a topic?

Cyborg Anthropology

My power point was driven to show the future of libraries in the lens of cyborg anthropology. It focuses on Amanda Yoder’s brilliant article The Cyborg Librarian as…

Agricultural Economics of Lebensraum: Beyond Good and Evil

The title of this visualization is the Agricultural Economics of Lebensraum; Beyond Good and Evil. Lebensraum is German for living space, and agriculture was a mainstay for its…