[SHARED] Post-Planetary Design (Class Blog)

June 20, 2012

I’m not sure why I haven’t shared the below link yet. It’s skipped my mind for long enough. The site is centered around one of my favorite Parsons D+T courses to date, Post-Planetary Design (yes, I stole the name for one of my blog’s categories).  The course, taught by the great thinker Ed Keller, is a fantastic combination of Philosophy, Technology, Sci-Fi, Religion, Film, Literature, and much more. If you are interested in any of those topics, I urge you pay it a visit. My personal contribution to the class was an exploration on the ethics of brain-computer interfacing.

Much of the discussion and course content from Post-Planetary Design is inspiring one of my current ventures, a sci-fi graphic novel about the future of mankind that explores the question of what it means to be human.  More on that to come!

Post-Planetary Design