Should ditigal research by anthropologists, or <i>cyborg anthropology</i>, be made available as a corporate market research technique? Or should it make explicit how our “predictions” for the future normalize political and corporate interests?
Between March 4 and 9 I lived in a vacuum. My sole companions were my laptop and my smartphone; together we merged into one grand news-consuming machine. Kenya was at the centre of my universe, the Kenyan elections my sole concern.