This homework have two different part. Total have four questions. below is the first two questions and reading. When you post you answer, pls seperate two different part.
How do Dunne and Raby define speculative design?
Which story did you find most interesting in the Post-Text Future series? Why?
Dunne & Raby. (2013). Beyond radical design? In Speculative everything (pp. 1-10).
(and for some examples of speculative design, see this: https://www.core77.com/posts/27475/Core77-Design-Awards-2014-The-Best-Speculative-Designs-of-the-Year) DAKOTA
Welcome to the post-text future. The New York Times (Feb 9, 2018). ← Click on Read More for each section.
1. Many people report feeling solitary online. what does Chayko say about that? What onditions do you think contribute to either feeling alone or not?
2. If there is no distinction between online vs offline life (at least in terms of potential meaning and attachment), how does that change how we should talk abut online bullying and trolling, addiction, censorship, etc? should they be treated the same as offline things or differently?
Second part reading below:
Chayko, Mary. (2017). Chapter 3: Inhabiting a digital environment. In Superconnected: The Internet, digital media, & techno-social life. Mark
The Climate Reality Project. Climate 101.
Davenport, Coral. (Oct 7, 2018). Major climate report describes a strong risk of crisis as early as 2040. The New York Times.
Bledsoe, Paul. (Dec 29, 2018). Going nowhere fast on climate, year after year. The New York Times.
each answer have to be 100 words.