I’VE NEVER LIVE TWEETED BEFORE AND IT REALLY SHOWS #BCM325 pic.twitter.com/aJqHIqj0o1 — Caitlin (@chiIdishgaybino) March 7, 2019 This is my FIRST subject that involves live tweeting whilst watching science fiction films and I’ll be completely honest, I become too invested in the films and my tweets are evidently lacking. However, I am continuously learning […]
For the past eight weeks, I have been live tweeting along with my Future Cultures class at UOW enjoying content which related to everything technology, cyberspace and robot. The interactions and conversations that were sparked from these tweets and viewings unpacked discussion on various topics under the hashtag #bcm325.
I seemed to have been writing tweets to engage with contentious topics, however they gain no reaction from my peers. Taking a satirical approach while retaining some intellectual stimulation in my tweets prompted a larger reaction.
The following is a curated summary of my experience within this class with emphasis on the future cultures concepts and ideologies that I have learned throughout this semester so far.
Screenings: ‘Ghost in the Shell’ (1995), Westworld (1973), Johnny Mnemonic (1995), The Matrix (1999), Black Mirror: S2 E1 ‘Be Right Back’ (2013), Robot and Frank (2012), Black Mirror: S3 E6 ‘Hated in the Nation’ (2016) and Blade Runner (1983).