Method Conference References


ANDREJEVIC, Mark (2013). Infoglut: How Too Much Information Is Changing The Way We Think And Know. London, Routledge.

ARDUINO (2015) [online]. Accessed 26th April 2015.

ARNALL, Timo (2014) Internet Machine [online] Last updated 13th May 2014.

ARVIDSON, P Sven (2003). A Lexicon Of Attention: From Cognitive Science To Phenomenology. Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences [online] 2 (2), 99–132. Accessed 26th April 2015.

JURGENSON, Nathan (2014) View From Nowhere. [online] Last updated 9th October 2014.

NELSON, Robin (2013) Practice as Research in the Arts : Principles, Protocols, Pedagogies, Resistances. [online]. Palgrave Macmillan. Available from:<> 24 April 2015

POSAVEC, Stefanie (2012) Eyeo2012 Keynote: Hand Crafted Data. [online] Last updated 24th July 2012.

QUANTIFIED SELF LABS (2015) Quantified Self: Self Knowledge Through Numbers [online]. Last updated 25th April 2015.

REAS, Casey (2015) [online]. Accessed 26th April 2015.

REAS, Casey and FRY, Ben (2015) [online]. Accessed 26th April 2015.

RESCUE TIME (2015) Rescue Time [online]. Accessed 26th April 2015.

RITTER, Frank (2015) RUI – Recording User Input [online]. Last updated 4th February 2015.

ROSE, Ellen (2010). Continuous Partial Attention: Reconsidering the Role of Online Learning in the Age Of Interruption. Educational technology, 50 (4), 41-46.

ROTH, Evan (2015) Voices Over The Horizon Documentation [online]. Accessed 26th April 2015.

WATZ, Marius (2010) BVALSYS [online] Last updated 18th September 2010.