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In the natural world, sometimes a species’ self-defense mechanism is the ability to not be seen by predators.

In the natural world, sometimes a species’ self-defense mechanism is the ability to not be seen by predators.

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mariah commented on HIDE & SEEK

Thanks Yane. I wasn't familiar with the term opsec until you posted. I'll do some research to help inform my revisions. Cheers!

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mariah commented on The Digital Trojan Horse

Hi Bryce!
I really like how quick of a read this is, but that there's also some clarity that comes from the accompanying headline text. When thinking about how these images would most likely be used, I think they'll likely be paired with text that give them some context. It's nice to have the a-hah moment when you pair what you read with the visual. I think you did a great job!

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mariah commented on Adventures of a Curious Character!

Aswin!
Nice job on the first round, great ideas! The 2nd sketch reminds me of a painting by the illustrator James Jean in which he depicts the idea how in certain countries, media openly depicts the inside of human bodies on medical dramas for tv and in movies, etc (blood, organs, etc). The painting argues that the inside of the body should be held to an even higher level of privacy than the outside.

I wonder if you could add another layer to the 2nd sketch, showing the private data kept inside our bodies to demonstrate just how much data is being mined (private thoughts, what we last ate, our weight, our number of footsteps, our blood pressure, whether or not we are sick, etc). It seems like there's a demand to know everything about everyone and almost any data can be monetized. Cheers!