The irony is that even as digitization is making an increasing amount of information available, it is diminishing the space required for deep, concentrated thought. Today’s near-constant stream of media increases the cost, and thus decreases the frequency, of contemplation.
Kissinger, Henry A; Schmidt, Eric; Huttenlocher, Daniel. The Age of AI (p. 160). Little, Brown and Company. Kindle Edition.
Developh is an act of communal worldmaking broadening the imaginary around technology. We pursue this through the making & preserving of worlds with our communities: in publishing, education, discourse, gathering, and projects.
Since 2016, a group of curious learners came together to learn about technology when our school system failed us. We dove into the world of entrepreneurship, startups, and turned to think about culture, the humanities, labor, and the arts. Developh has always been a collective exercise in asking: where we are, why it is this way, what we can do to better it. How we can be better technologists, how can we embed into our margins and intersections, how the human promise within technology can be further revealed.