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Personal Geography

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Sam Phillips

on 23 September 2009

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Transcript of Personal Geography

"what are the websites that
define you as
a person?"

she likes:

laughter
&
stick figures
&
summer thunder
storms
Student One is
Female ,

Single,

Very Liberal,

&

Interested in
Men.
a map of five transfer students'
digital identities
a psychogeographical
map-story
by SMP
student one
her favorite quotation
is from
poet allen ginsberg
"follow your inner moonlight..."
"...don't hide the madness."

student two
she says
she likes
webcomics

because they
make her laugh
she hasn't read all
2,000 comics
her second favorite website is cnn
it's
updated
on a
minute-
-by-
-minute
basis

so she
never
misses...
...another killing...
...or death...
...or celebrity marriage again.
she likes tetris third best
because it helps her brainstorm.
...and it's free.
but almost.
and finally
she finds great

pleasure

in the digital
construction

of her

theoretical
offspring
I surveyed five individuals to get a sense of their online identities as it related to my own, so I asked them:
student two was
born january 23rd

& is currently

in a relationship
My map explores the concept of
digital geography - and the space/time
we travel/occupy

when we stand static,
surfing with our machines

/I asked student one
"to what extent
on a scale of 1 - 7

did she find herself

reliant on the internet

to feel connected?"
she said 6.
student four
student three
/I asked student four "to what extenton a scale of 1 - 7did he find himself
reliant on the internetto feel connected?"
he said 5.
/I asked student three "to what extenton a scale of 1 - 7did she find herselfreliant on the internetto feel connected?"
she said 3.
/I asked student two "to what extenton a scale of 1 - 7did he find himself
reliant on the internetto feel connected?"
he said 6.
Student 5
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