Technological Disobedience – I really like this term. Originally coined by Ernesto Oroza to describe the inventive talent of Cubans during a sad but ingeniously creative period of Cuban history.
Opening things up. Manipulating things. Turning things upside down. Using objects in ways the original creators not even dreamed of. This is the kind of spirit we should be teaching kids at our schools. Program or be programmed!
- Technological Disobedience (Article on mkshft.org by Ernesto Oroza)
- The Technological Disobedience of Ernesto Oroza (Video on motherboardtv)
- Rikimbili: Une étude sur la désobéissance technologique et quelques formes de réinvention (Book by Ernesto Oroza)