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  • The Rise of the Darists | Javier Arbona
    ago Follow AlJavieera Demilit Wars inside wars inside wars twitter com carolrosenberg 2 days ago RT AlJavieera The accusation is that The NY Times does everything to make war glamorous and even in some way reassuring https t co 3 days ago RT marymad demilit GARPAzoo twitter com vruz status 67 3 days ago RT AlJavieera Obama library Diller and Scofidio have drawn up plans for a place where the invasion never stops 2015 No 1994 https 5 days ago Diller and Scofidio have drawn up plans for a place where the invasion never stops GARPAZoo ObamaCenter aljavieera vncvfjg3f medium com aljavieera 5 days ago RT GabrielPomerand demilit This may interest you twitter com boomkatonline 5 days ago RT subtopes The Environmental Toll of a Netflix Binge theatlantic com technology arc 1 week ago Follow Demilit Stellar feed Lend me your ears Here s Led Zeppelin s first recorded concert ever 1968 https t co gDz0yZ8OVB https t co PVJrimzDsc 2015 12 27 Lend me your ears Here s Led Zeppelin s first recorded concert ever 1968 https t co gDz0yZ8OVB https t co PVJrimzDsc Open Culture My favorite liquor store stopped carrying that extremely fine Puerto Rican rum I love so dearly https t co IxJjJ6x0uU 2015 12 27 My favorite liquor store stopped carrying that extremely fine Puerto Rican rum I love so dearly https t co IxJjJ6x0uU Alejandro A Arbona on racist reporting of anti racist student activism https t co o9I2plkxOq by FromaLeftWing 2015 12 26 on racist reporting of anti racist student activism https t co o9I2plkxOq by FromaLeftWing reclaim UC Ours is a world that is not where bodies live said the white man in the Swiss hotel room https t co MFtApVAyMs 2015 12 26 Ours is a world that is not where bodies live said the white man in the Swiss hotel room https t co MFtApVAyMs Fred Scharmen What other than Jello can I make in an Jello mold My sister got me a lot of vintage Jays swag https t co pZPSa9VAC1 2015 12 26 What other than Jello can I make in an Jello mold My sister got me a lot of vintage Jays swag https t co pZPSa9VAC1 Jordan Hale Javier Arbona Geographer The Rise of the Darists At long last Rice University School of Architecture s Plat 2 5 is out Actually it s been out for the last few months I have an essay called The Rise of the Darists In this essay dar is an abbreviation for design as research I explore what the rise of post critical forms of research discourses imply for architectural practice and its relevance to today s social needs Here s a quote Locating the boundaries of Dar is not simple but we may approximate its major threads and limitations Dar fuels the noticeable proclivity to fortify projects with large data sets and algorithm fueled software The translation of these data clouds into any number of scales and forms from

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  • Journeys to narcostates and military landscapes | Javier Arbona
    caza a una fan de Golden State llamándolo llorón blogs 20minutos es deportes el ul https t co wj1uabui7w 3 hours ago Busted here again by this clever account twitter com unconsciouscit 3 hours ago On the move and always so great to catch unconsciouscity navigating the urban terrain attentive 3 hours ago Follow AlJavieera Demilit Wars inside wars inside wars twitter com carolrosenberg 2 days ago RT AlJavieera The accusation is that The NY Times does everything to make war glamorous and even in some way reassuring https t co 3 days ago RT marymad demilit GARPAzoo twitter com vruz status 67 3 days ago RT AlJavieera Obama library Diller and Scofidio have drawn up plans for a place where the invasion never stops 2015 No 1994 https 5 days ago Diller and Scofidio have drawn up plans for a place where the invasion never stops GARPAZoo ObamaCenter aljavieera vncvfjg3f medium com aljavieera 5 days ago RT GabrielPomerand demilit This may interest you twitter com boomkatonline 5 days ago RT subtopes The Environmental Toll of a Netflix Binge theatlantic com technology arc 1 week ago Follow Demilit Stellar feed Lend me your ears Here s Led Zeppelin s first recorded concert ever 1968 https t co gDz0yZ8OVB https t co PVJrimzDsc 2015 12 27 Lend me your ears Here s Led Zeppelin s first recorded concert ever 1968 https t co gDz0yZ8OVB https t co PVJrimzDsc Open Culture My favorite liquor store stopped carrying that extremely fine Puerto Rican rum I love so dearly https t co IxJjJ6x0uU 2015 12 27 My favorite liquor store stopped carrying that extremely fine Puerto Rican rum I love so dearly https t co IxJjJ6x0uU Alejandro A Arbona on racist reporting of anti racist student activism https t co o9I2plkxOq by FromaLeftWing 2015 12 26 on racist reporting of anti racist student activism https t co o9I2plkxOq by FromaLeftWing reclaim UC Ours is a world that is not where bodies live said the white man in the Swiss hotel room https t co MFtApVAyMs 2015 12 26 Ours is a world that is not where bodies live said the white man in the Swiss hotel room https t co MFtApVAyMs Fred Scharmen What other than Jello can I make in an Jello mold My sister got me a lot of vintage Jays swag https t co pZPSa9VAC1 2015 12 26 What other than Jello can I make in an Jello mold My sister got me a lot of vintage Jays swag https t co pZPSa9VAC1 Jordan Hale Javier Arbona Geographer Journeys to narcostates and military landscapes I want to bring to your attention two new and exciting items First I recently filed this OpEd for DomusWeb the website sibling of Italian architecture magazine Domus In the piece I imagine what I might do on an itinerary to El Paso Texas I have been to El Paso before very briefly on my way to California Of late some commentators and urban experts have hailed

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  • California | Javier Arbona
    the spirit of bushy tailed California politicians visiting Texas for enlightenment I imagined what I would put on an itinerary in order to explore the distinctly Texan urban visions that El Paso amasses in all of its volatile mixture of deregulation paranoia religiosity and fossil burning Read more at Domus Second my collaborator Nick Sowers and I are going to offer a walking tour in the Marin Headlands as part of a Sunday program called Desire Trails Nick and I are two thirds of a group called Demilit that we started along with Bryan Finoki aka Subtopia Demilit is a little bit over a year old but we already have a good track record and have been exhilarated to be working together This is what we promise to do on September 25th 2011 DEMILIT has crafted a walk soundtrack out of a series of audio recordings taken from current organizations with leases in the Headlands The auditory accompaniment intends to reveal some of the least noticed ways in which the military past infiltrates the present particularly in the repair and reproduction of nature A dispersed forest megaphone Sousveillant recordings Discussions archived in vibrations of leaves A voice that lingers forever in the bowels of missile silos The event is totally free which we love doing There will be an additional organic meal after the walk which is optional and will be served at the Headland s mess hall a kitchen with a stellar cooking reputation We look forward to meeting you and discussing our work further Checkout the whole lineup of artists offering tours RSVP for the walk and to order a ticket for the lunch Propagate Click to email Opens in new window Click to print Opens in new window Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window Click to share on Reddit Opens in new window Share on Facebook Opens in new window Click to share on Google Opens in new window Like this Like Loading Posted on 2011 09 01 2011 09 01 by javier Posted in California geography work Leave a comment Reading the Bay Area or a ReadingSF Updated This is the start of a reading list perhaps with more titles to come as inspired by Christopher Hawthorn s Reading LA The idea is simple to create a community around discussion of San Francisco s urbanization But if it is somewhat clear why there is a ReadingLA the first step here is to even begin to articulate what is cohesive about the San Francisco Bay Area Is there a robust body of literature on San Francisco s architecture and vernacular landscape or its urbanism John King indicated somewhere that there wasn t and perhaps he is right But San Francisco like any city merits a read on its own terms and that s what maybe is interesting about starting to study the texts on this city a search for a theory This community could take shape online as well as offline The list has expand drawing titles that may not conform to preconceived notions of what an urbanism or urban development text should look like Nevertheless I am adding more in order to have plenty to choose from Some of these books align more closely with the interests of people from planning architecture landscape or geography disciplines But to get a really grounded sense of Bay Area politics and change I feel that we also need a good dose of history Finally given that San Francisco city and county is but a minor portion of the huge Bay Area this list would suffer if not taking into account books about the contiguous greater region Please send me any other suggestions through Twitter or email address on the right column or use the comment form below The list has contributions from Julie Kim JK Desmond Bliek DB Benjamin Grant BG and several more submissions in the comments section below Asbury Herbert 1933 The Barbary Coast An Informal History of the San Francisco Underworld Various editions Boyd Nan 2003 Wide Open Town A History of Queer San Francisco to 1965 Berkeley University of California Press Brechin Grey 1999 Imperial San Francisco Urban Power Earthly Ruin Berkeley University of California Press Brook James E Chris Carlsson and Nancy J Peters Reclaiming San Francisco History Politics Culture San Francisco City Lights Broussard Albert S Black San Francisco The Struggle for Racial Equality in the West 1900 1954 Lawrence University Press of Kansas Castells Manuel 1985 Part 3 City and Culture The San Francisco Experience The City and the Grassroots A Cross Cultural Theory of Urban Social Movements Berkeley University of California Press DB Chen Yong 2002 Chinese San Francico 1850 1943 A Transpacific Community Palo Alto Stanford University Press DeLeon Richard 1992 Left Coast City Progressive Politics in San Francisco Lawrence University Press of Kansas Didion Joan 1968 Slouching Towards Bethlehem Various editions JK Groth Paul 1994 Living Downtown The History of Residential Hotels in the United States Berkeley University of California Press Not limited to SF Hartman Chester and Sarah Carnochan 2002 City for Sale The Transformation of San Francisco Berkeley University of California Press Johnsonn Marilyn S 1996 The Second Gold Rush Oakland and the East Bay in World War II Berkeley University of California Press Kazin Michael 1987 Barons of Labor The San Francisco Building Trades and Union Power in the Progressive Era Champaign University of Illinois Press Litpsky Florence 1999 San Francisco La grille sur les collines Editions Parenthèses DB Lotchin Roger W 2002 Selections from Fortress California 1910 1961 From Warfare to Welfare Bloomington University of Illinois Press NS Moudon Anne Vernez 1989 Built for Change Neighborhood Architecture in San Francisco Cambridge MIT Press DB Pitti Stephen J 2003 The Devil in Silicon Valley Northern California Race and Mexican Americans Princeton Princeton University Press Scott Mel 1985 The San Francisco Bay Area A Metropolis in Perspective Berkeley University of California Press BG Self Robert 2003 American Babylon Race and the Struggle for Postwar

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  • Reaching Out for Who? | Javier Arbona
    the Swiss hotel room https t co MFtApVAyMs Fred Scharmen What other than Jello can I make in an Jello mold My sister got me a lot of vintage Jays swag https t co pZPSa9VAC1 2015 12 26 What other than Jello can I make in an Jello mold My sister got me a lot of vintage Jays swag https t co pZPSa9VAC1 Jordan Hale Javier Arbona Geographer Reaching Out for Who The Connected States of America Is this an example of cartography as the authors profess Carlo Ratti and his team are back Ratti directs MIT s Senseable City Lab delivering very elegant visualizations or an incarnation of neo realist art You think you re looking at data You re really looking at something else But what We need to figure that out To start Ratti explains their latest Senseable project a cell phone cartography of the United States in a July 2 OpEd Phone Call Cartography AMERICANS are more connected now than ever Mobile phones allow people to maintain relationships with friends family and colleagues across long distances If you analyze aggregated cellphone traffic as researchers at M I T AT T and I B M did with United States data from July of last year interesting patterns emerge The gist of the findings On a macro geographic level of counties and states connections sometimes defy geographic boundaries like state lines revealing hidden maps of regional spaces Surprising Hardly You might intuitively know this For example you might live in Cincinnati Ohio but shop across the Ohio River in Covington Kentucky Maybe you often call the owner of a gun store you patronize Covington is known in part for its gun shops and lower sales tax than Cincinnati For many intricate reasons Cincinnati on a map looks one way yet feels like another place in lived experience Sure it s nice to have good visuals that demonstrate the complexities of how people interact with their environments and with other people assuming the new maps are accurate Photo by senseable mit edu on Mit Sometimes borders even look antiquated and mysterious Visualizations are a way to imagine communities a tricky word that Ratti used in his OpEd above along other better lines This post below on Good explains a bit more This Is the Connected States of America Business GOOD This is what our state lines might look like if we drew them based on who actually talks with each other at least according to cell phone data gathered by MIT These are the geographic clusters of who texts with whom within an area from the MIT Senseable City Lab s Connected States of America mapping project But now the magic has worked The demo has turned the raw data of the connections into a community that imbues the reader or user of the interactive maps with a warm and fuzzy feeling of belonging to something more real than the borders imposed by government bureaucrats Not sure what I

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  • data | Javier Arbona
    reclaim UC Ours is a world that is not where bodies live said the white man in the Swiss hotel room https t co MFtApVAyMs 2015 12 26 Ours is a world that is not where bodies live said the white man in the Swiss hotel room https t co MFtApVAyMs Fred Scharmen What other than Jello can I make in an Jello mold My sister got me a lot of vintage Jays swag https t co pZPSa9VAC1 2015 12 26 What other than Jello can I make in an Jello mold My sister got me a lot of vintage Jays swag https t co pZPSa9VAC1 Jordan Hale Javier Arbona Geographer data Reaching Out for Who The Connected States of America Is this an example of cartography as the authors profess Carlo Ratti and his team are back Ratti directs MIT s Senseable City Lab delivering very elegant visualizations or an incarnation of neo realist art You think you re looking at data You re really looking at something else But what We need to figure that out To start Ratti explains their latest Senseable project a cell phone cartography of the United States in a July 2 OpEd Phone Call Cartography AMERICANS are more connected now than ever Mobile phones allow people to maintain relationships with friends family and colleagues across long distances If you analyze aggregated cellphone traffic as researchers at M I T AT T and I B M did with United States data from July of last year interesting patterns emerge The gist of the findings On a macro geographic level of counties and states connections sometimes defy geographic boundaries like state lines revealing hidden maps of regional spaces Surprising Hardly You might intuitively know this For example you might live in Cincinnati Ohio but shop across the Ohio River in Covington Kentucky Maybe you often call the owner of a gun store you patronize Covington is known in part for its gun shops and lower sales tax than Cincinnati For many intricate reasons Cincinnati on a map looks one way yet feels like another place in lived experience Sure it s nice to have good visuals that demonstrate the complexities of how people interact with their environments and with other people assuming the new maps are accurate Photo by senseable mit edu on Mit Sometimes borders even look antiquated and mysterious Visualizations are a way to imagine communities a tricky word that Ratti used in his OpEd above along other better lines This post below on Good explains a bit more This Is the Connected States of America Business GOOD This is what our state lines might look like if we drew them based on who actually talks with each other at least according to cell phone data gathered by MIT These are the geographic clusters of who texts with whom within an area from the MIT Senseable City Lab s Connected States of America mapping project But now the magic has worked The demo

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  • datavis | Javier Arbona
    reclaim UC Ours is a world that is not where bodies live said the white man in the Swiss hotel room https t co MFtApVAyMs 2015 12 26 Ours is a world that is not where bodies live said the white man in the Swiss hotel room https t co MFtApVAyMs Fred Scharmen What other than Jello can I make in an Jello mold My sister got me a lot of vintage Jays swag https t co pZPSa9VAC1 2015 12 26 What other than Jello can I make in an Jello mold My sister got me a lot of vintage Jays swag https t co pZPSa9VAC1 Jordan Hale Javier Arbona Geographer datavis Reaching Out for Who The Connected States of America Is this an example of cartography as the authors profess Carlo Ratti and his team are back Ratti directs MIT s Senseable City Lab delivering very elegant visualizations or an incarnation of neo realist art You think you re looking at data You re really looking at something else But what We need to figure that out To start Ratti explains their latest Senseable project a cell phone cartography of the United States in a July 2 OpEd Phone Call Cartography AMERICANS are more connected now than ever Mobile phones allow people to maintain relationships with friends family and colleagues across long distances If you analyze aggregated cellphone traffic as researchers at M I T AT T and I B M did with United States data from July of last year interesting patterns emerge The gist of the findings On a macro geographic level of counties and states connections sometimes defy geographic boundaries like state lines revealing hidden maps of regional spaces Surprising Hardly You might intuitively know this For example you might live in Cincinnati Ohio but shop across the Ohio River in Covington Kentucky Maybe you often call the owner of a gun store you patronize Covington is known in part for its gun shops and lower sales tax than Cincinnati For many intricate reasons Cincinnati on a map looks one way yet feels like another place in lived experience Sure it s nice to have good visuals that demonstrate the complexities of how people interact with their environments and with other people assuming the new maps are accurate Photo by senseable mit edu on Mit Sometimes borders even look antiquated and mysterious Visualizations are a way to imagine communities a tricky word that Ratti used in his OpEd above along other better lines This post below on Good explains a bit more This Is the Connected States of America Business GOOD This is what our state lines might look like if we drew them based on who actually talks with each other at least according to cell phone data gathered by MIT These are the geographic clusters of who texts with whom within an area from the MIT Senseable City Lab s Connected States of America mapping project But now the magic has worked The demo

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  • ratti | Javier Arbona
    Ours is a world that is not where bodies live said the white man in the Swiss hotel room https t co MFtApVAyMs 2015 12 26 Ours is a world that is not where bodies live said the white man in the Swiss hotel room https t co MFtApVAyMs Fred Scharmen What other than Jello can I make in an Jello mold My sister got me a lot of vintage Jays swag https t co pZPSa9VAC1 2015 12 26 What other than Jello can I make in an Jello mold My sister got me a lot of vintage Jays swag https t co pZPSa9VAC1 Jordan Hale Javier Arbona Geographer ratti Reaching Out for Who The Connected States of America Is this an example of cartography as the authors profess Carlo Ratti and his team are back Ratti directs MIT s Senseable City Lab delivering very elegant visualizations or an incarnation of neo realist art You think you re looking at data You re really looking at something else But what We need to figure that out To start Ratti explains their latest Senseable project a cell phone cartography of the United States in a July 2 OpEd Phone Call Cartography AMERICANS are more connected now than ever Mobile phones allow people to maintain relationships with friends family and colleagues across long distances If you analyze aggregated cellphone traffic as researchers at M I T AT T and I B M did with United States data from July of last year interesting patterns emerge The gist of the findings On a macro geographic level of counties and states connections sometimes defy geographic boundaries like state lines revealing hidden maps of regional spaces Surprising Hardly You might intuitively know this For example you might live in Cincinnati Ohio but shop across the Ohio River in Covington Kentucky Maybe you often call the owner of a gun store you patronize Covington is known in part for its gun shops and lower sales tax than Cincinnati For many intricate reasons Cincinnati on a map looks one way yet feels like another place in lived experience Sure it s nice to have good visuals that demonstrate the complexities of how people interact with their environments and with other people assuming the new maps are accurate Photo by senseable mit edu on Mit Sometimes borders even look antiquated and mysterious Visualizations are a way to imagine communities a tricky word that Ratti used in his OpEd above along other better lines This post below on Good explains a bit more This Is the Connected States of America Business GOOD This is what our state lines might look like if we drew them based on who actually talks with each other at least according to cell phone data gathered by MIT These are the geographic clusters of who texts with whom within an area from the MIT Senseable City Lab s Connected States of America mapping project But now the magic has worked The demo has turned

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  • senseable city | Javier Arbona
    is a world that is not where bodies live said the white man in the Swiss hotel room https t co MFtApVAyMs 2015 12 26 Ours is a world that is not where bodies live said the white man in the Swiss hotel room https t co MFtApVAyMs Fred Scharmen What other than Jello can I make in an Jello mold My sister got me a lot of vintage Jays swag https t co pZPSa9VAC1 2015 12 26 What other than Jello can I make in an Jello mold My sister got me a lot of vintage Jays swag https t co pZPSa9VAC1 Jordan Hale Javier Arbona Geographer senseable city Reaching Out for Who The Connected States of America Is this an example of cartography as the authors profess Carlo Ratti and his team are back Ratti directs MIT s Senseable City Lab delivering very elegant visualizations or an incarnation of neo realist art You think you re looking at data You re really looking at something else But what We need to figure that out To start Ratti explains their latest Senseable project a cell phone cartography of the United States in a July 2 OpEd Phone Call Cartography AMERICANS are more connected now than ever Mobile phones allow people to maintain relationships with friends family and colleagues across long distances If you analyze aggregated cellphone traffic as researchers at M I T AT T and I B M did with United States data from July of last year interesting patterns emerge The gist of the findings On a macro geographic level of counties and states connections sometimes defy geographic boundaries like state lines revealing hidden maps of regional spaces Surprising Hardly You might intuitively know this For example you might live in Cincinnati Ohio but shop across the Ohio River in Covington Kentucky Maybe you often call the owner of a gun store you patronize Covington is known in part for its gun shops and lower sales tax than Cincinnati For many intricate reasons Cincinnati on a map looks one way yet feels like another place in lived experience Sure it s nice to have good visuals that demonstrate the complexities of how people interact with their environments and with other people assuming the new maps are accurate Photo by senseable mit edu on Mit Sometimes borders even look antiquated and mysterious Visualizations are a way to imagine communities a tricky word that Ratti used in his OpEd above along other better lines This post below on Good explains a bit more This Is the Connected States of America Business GOOD This is what our state lines might look like if we drew them based on who actually talks with each other at least according to cell phone data gathered by MIT These are the geographic clusters of who texts with whom within an area from the MIT Senseable City Lab s Connected States of America mapping project But now the magic has worked The demo has turned

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