About Paolo Cardullo

I am @kiddingthecity # I am That Kind of Doctor #

Getting published during Open Access Week really sucks!

It is at least ironic that my first peer-reviewed article ‘Sniffing the City: Issues of Sousveillance in Innercity London’ is released to the public during Open Access Week. One of the promoters, the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), writes: Academic research would be free to access and available under an open license that would legally enable the kind of sharing that is so crucial for enabling scientific progress

The Digital Coup and the Cultural Practices of the Hacking Multitude

Following #TurkeyBlockedTwitter, #googlednsblocked, and similar hash tags, here is my narrative of hacking as a mundane cultural practice. Also featuring, graffiti, bank notes & other material communication tricks, professional hackers and internet house-comfies, network maps and statistics on traffic… Certainly, more to come soon. [...]

Signal Lost: the Space Beneath

This excellent post on weburbanist reminded me of an early photographic project of mine: “Signal Lost: the Space Beneath”. It  was conceived during a major replacement of early Victorian water pipes on the eve of the Olympics.

As the visual research proceeded, it showed in more details (or better, hinted at) the intricate networks of pipes, cables, and wires… [...]

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