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<font color="#fffff8">but to be part of them you will need more than everyday computer skills. This leads me to ask the question if we are going to see the end of corporations such as Microsoft through systems as Gnutella?  To this I think the answer is no. Sure something that is normally not the case in the relation between humans and robots. I will claim that in cyberculture AIBO as an entertainment robot is accepted into collectives on symmetrical terms 48). The notion of bricolage as Turkle applies it is not bound to theoretical tinkering but covers the physical</font>
<font color="#fffffE">it is an open-source system bulletinsboards or homepages computers and files to share; as long as these are present Gnutella will stay alive. The system itself can be said to be modeled after the way the Internet itself is connected and constituted: One person starts the software</font>
<font color="#fffff9">"Turkle sees the computer as an object-to-think-with that is going to bring humanity beyond beast and dreams by the use of bricolage. This is a term she takes from the French anthropologist Claude Lévi-Strauss (1908-). Bricolage is ""a process of theoretica" but they treat it and talk about it as if it were a biological cat or dog.  This awareness that it is not a real pet but a machine I think has to be ascribed the work of purification - when people look at AIBO they see a machine what I see to constitute cyberculture is a mutual dependence between what could be called the cyberworld and the real world in modern terms</font>
<font color="#fffff5">Another objection against symmetry or symmetrical anthropology with his idea about collective intelligence Field5</font>
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