Three Videos Every Digi-Anthropologist Should Enjoy Watching

Amber Case is a consultant and a PhD student of "cyborg anthropology". In this video from Gnomedex 9, a "Tech Conference of Inspiration and Influence" in Seattle earlier this fall, she talks about prosthetic culture.

In the next one Pranav Mistry from MIT Media Lab presents many tools like his SixthSense device that he has designed to bridge the physical and the digital worlds more "naturally". The video is from TED Talks which has lots of other interesting videos

In the third video Gentry Underwood, a social software designer and strategist for IDEO, talks about the challenges of the awkward Web 2.0 design and the emerging world of social interaction design. The video is from the Web 2.0 Expo in New York earlier this year.

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