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‘don’t take it personally’: Identity Performance and Surveillance Culture

(wallpaper design by auro_cyanide @ deviantArt.)

Reposted from PopMatters Moving Pixels.

In my day job I moderate for an online kids’ game. I’ve written about this before, mainly in relation to knowledge toolsets and pedagogy, but if there is one aspect to my work which bears the closest resemblance to Christine Love’s lauded visual novel don’t take it personally, babe, it just ain’t your story, it’s the practice of surveillance performed by the novel’s protagonist.

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