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In developing this argument about an immanent reading practice using Facebook, this paper draws on teaching events at an Australian university in 20.
On the contrary, speed and distance result in a closer inspection of the material substance of what we are reading rather than the ideas circulating around what we are reading.
Its focus is a minor practice called Conceptual Speed Dating (CSD), noted by Brian Massumi as a technique for disabling the tendency in group dynamics for participants to perform their acquired knowledge, at the expense of “exploratory thinking.” This paper contribute to Deleuze-Guattarian “immanent pedagogies” in that it outlines Facebook’s value as a tool for implementing CSD — actually, a digitally inflected mode of CSD called Close Reading using Facebook (CRF).
Facebook contributes speed, strengthening immanence and rhizoanalysis, exploding reading and allowing more opportunities for creativity.
As with all inflections (called, by Deleuze, “expressions”), CSD does not talk about the process methodologically (, as the application of a model to a new object), but just does it. CSD is also fascinating because of the way it inflects the better known, yet very different, practice from literary pedagogy of close reading. The most unique characteristic of Facebook is its role today as a reading technology.
This paper is about the potential of implementing CSD in Facebook. It is a massive content platform and a “social operating system” with an emphasis on “creating, developing and sustaining human relationships” , but also for reading.
Some of scholars use the practice in their classrooms too, engaging undergraduate students in course content and discussion (Massumi, 2015).