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  • Project Hieroglyph
    Story Elephant Angels by Brenda Cooper A global network of activists coordinate drones to track poachers smuggling ivory during on a transnational voyage and bring the criminals to justice Stories to Make You Think Big Listen to Neal Stephenson and Keith Hjelmstad discuss the Tall Tower on Science Friday Recent Posts Ed Finn and Project Hieroglyph on PBS show Arizona Horizon Hieroglyph story Man Who Sold the Moon wins the Sturgeon Award Apocalypse Moon Neal Stephenson on his new novel Seveneves and the future of humanity Accidental Prophets and Texas Sharpshooters Science Fiction and Predicting the Future Science Fiction story I Am Mars Arizona State University PO Box 870309 Tempe AZ 85287 0309 Log In Username Password Remember Me Log In Register Lost Password Copyright Notice 2012 2014 Arizona Board of Regents on behalf of Arizona State University All rights reserved Contact Us Hieroglyph is a project of the Center for Science and the Imagination and a global collective of writers and researchers Email us regarding this project Go to the contact form Research and Terms In addition to being a place to collaborate Hieroglyph is also an ongoing research project Read the data privacy statement We also have our

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  • Create an Account | Project Hieroglyph
    research books films or any other kind of project Website This field can be seen by Everyone Change Who can see this field Everyone Only Me All Members Close Please include the full url Best known for This field can be seen by Everyone Change Who can see this field Everyone Only Me All Members Close What are you best known for Occupation This field can be seen by Everyone Change Who can see this field Everyone Only Me All Members Close Story Ideas and Burning Questions This field can be seen by Everyone Change Who can see this field Everyone Only Me All Members Close What have you been thinking about lately What kind of story ideas do you want to work on What allegedly fell on Sir Isaac Newton s head Already registered Log in Username Password Remember Me Arizona State University PO Box 870309 Tempe AZ 85287 0309 Log In Username Password Remember Me Log In Register Lost Password Copyright Notice 2012 2014 Arizona Board of Regents on behalf of Arizona State University All rights reserved Contact Us Hieroglyph is a project of the Center for Science and the Imagination and a global collective of writers and

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  • About | Project Hieroglyph
    s robot and so on Jim Karkanias of Microsoft Research described hieroglyphs as simple recognizable symbols on whose significance everyone agrees What science fiction stories and the symbols that they engender can do better than almost anything else is to provide not just an idea for some specific technical innovation but also to supply a coherent picture of that innovation being integrated into a society into an economy and into people s lives Often this is the missing element that scientists mathematicians engineers and entrepreneurs need in order to actually take the first real steps towards realizing some novel idea While the mission of Project Hieroglyph begins with creative inspiration our hope is that many of us will be genuinely inspired towards realization Project Hieroglyph is administered by Arizona State University s Center for Science and the Imagination Already registered Log in Username Password Remember Me Arizona State University PO Box 870309 Tempe AZ 85287 0309 Log In Username Password Remember Me Log In Register Lost Password Copyright Notice 2012 2014 Arizona Board of Regents on behalf of Arizona State University All rights reserved Contact Us Hieroglyph is a project of the Center for Science and the Imagination and a

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  • Frequently Asked Questions | Project Hieroglyph
    helicopter pilot She is currently pursuing her two passions of art and design at Arizona State University where she continues to work towards a bachelor s degree in Design Studies with a focus in Design History and a minor in Art History Tags Frequently Asked Questions Groups Comments Off on Insider Information Groups How do I follow updates from people April 26 2013 in Frequently Asked Questions Following and Activity from Science the Imagination on Vimeo Author Hieroglyph Administrator Tags how to tips Comments Off on How do I follow updates from people Who can I contact if I m still having problems April 4 2013 in Frequently Asked Questions Please let us know how we can help What is this message about General inquiry Media inquiry Website or account Name First Last Last Email Website Subject Message Captcha Author Hieroglyph Administrator Tags faq Comments Off on Who can I contact if I m still having problems How can I find out what s happening on the site April 4 2013 in Frequently Asked Questions You can see general updates and site activity on the homepage If you have personalized activity i e messages friend requests etc you will see a small blue notification bubble near the top right of the screen when you are logged in or go to login to view this text Author Hieroglyph Administrator Tags faq Comments Off on How can I find out what s happening on the site How do I log in April 4 2013 in Frequently Asked Questions From the homepage click the orange button along the top navigation bar to log in Or go directly to the log in page Author Hieroglyph Administrator Tags faq Comments Off on How do I log in How do I register an account April 4

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  • Terms of Service | Project Hieroglyph
    and resources You agree that i Hieroglyph is not responsible for the availability or accuracy of such external sites and resources and ii Hieroglyph does not endorse nor is it responsible or liable for any Content advertising products or materials on or available from such external sites and resources Inappropriate Member Submitted Content Hieroglyph prohibits certain conduct and Content described above and without obligation will use reasonable efforts to eliminate such conduct and Content Nevertheless you acknowledge and agree that i Hieroglyph is not and cannot be responsible for Content posted by users visitors or members of the Service ii you may be exposed to any such materials or Content and iii you must bear all risks associated with the exposure to and or use of any Content including without limitation any reliance on the accuracy completeness or usefulness of such Content 4 RESEARCH Hieroglyph is an ongoing research project directed by Dr Ed Finn at Arizona State University The purpose of this research is to study the process of collaboration and identify the means by which participants with different professional backgrounds exchange ideas and create shared vocabularies By participating in this site you agree to participate in this study There are no physical risks involved in participating in this study You may choose to end your participation in the study at any time by contacting us at u 1435261223 a h 1435261223 ylg r 1435261223 e h 1435261223 There will be no cost to you to participate in this study Unless otherwise agreed in writing you will not be compensated for your participation in this study The content shared by users on Hieroglyph might be used for research purposes The purpose of this research is to study the process of collaboration and identify the means by which participants with different professional backgrounds exchange ideas and create shared vocabularies Users understand that the results of this research can be used in reports presentations or publications You understand that you can address any questions concerning the research to Dr Ed Finn 1435261223 s nn 1435261223 i r 1435261223 a dE 1435261223 You understand that for questions about your rights as a participant in this research you can contact the Chair of the Human Subjects Institutional Review Board through the ASU Office of Research Integrity and Assurance at 480 965 6788 You understand that by agreeing to these Official Rules you give consent that the information you provide to Hieroglyph can be used in research 5 PRIVACY POLICY Hieroglyph takes the privacy of its members very seriously Our Privacy Policy is available at hieroglyph asu edu about privacy By accepting the Terms of Service you agree to be bound by our Privacy Policy 6 WARRANTY DISCLAIMERS You agree that your use of the service provided by Hieroglyph shall be at your sole risk To the fullest extent permitted by law Hieroglyph its officers directors employees and agents disclaim all warranties express or implied in connection with the website and your use thereof

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  • Hieroglyph Privacy Statement | Project Hieroglyph
    Hieroglyph 2 1 Personally Identifiable Information That You Give Us 2 1 1 Registration Registration for Hieroglyph requires that you supply certain personally identifiable information including in most cases a unique email address to register 2 1 2 User Generated Comments and Public Activities including Comments and Facebook and Twitter sharing We offer you opportunities to engage in public activities on Hieroglyph Public Activities are any actions you take on Hieroglyph asu edu or Twitter and Facebook that are designed to be visible to other users on Hieroglyph asu edu including comments and posting to Facebook or Twitter Any information you disclose in your Public Activities including your screen name any image or photo becomes public and may be used by Hieroglyph for online and offline promotional or commercial uses in any and all media If you choose to engage in Public Activities you should be aware that any personally identifiable information you choose to submit there can be read collected and used by other readers of these areas and could be used to send you unsolicited messages We are not responsible for the personally identifiable information you choose to submit in these forums and Hieroglyph has no responsibility to publish take down remove or edit any Public Activities 2 1 3 Surveys Panels and Market Research Hieroglyph may collect personal information from you in connection with voluntary surveys Unless we notify you at the time of collection the information you provide in response to optional survey questions may be shared but only in aggregate with advertisers and partners 2 2 Non Personally Identifiable Information Collected Using Technology 2 2 1 Device Information We may collect information about the computer mobile telephone smart phone or other device you use to access Hieroglyph 2 2 2 Cookies and Web Beacons We use cookies web beacons and other similar technologies to recognize you and provide personalization as well as to help us understand where our visitors are going and how much time they spend there You will not be able to access certain areas of Hieroglyph if your computer does not accept cookies from us 3 How Hieroglyph Uses the Information We Gather 3 1 We will not share your personally identifying information with anyone without your prior consent 4 Age of Users Hieroglyph is not intended for use by children under the age of 18 No one under age 18 is allowed to provide any personal information or use our public discussion areas forums and chats 5 Legal Information 5 1 Legal Requirements We may also provide access to our databases to cooperate with official investigations or legal proceedings including for example in response to subpoenas search warrants court orders or other legal proceedings 6 Special Note For Our International Visitors Hieroglyph s website is intended for and directed to users in the United States If you are accessing the Hieroglyph website from the European Union Asia or any other region with laws or regulations governing personal data collection use and

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  • EVOKE | Project Hieroglyph
    global grand challenge The Narrative Hackathon will massively expand and diversify the EVOKE narrative universe seeding new missions for engagement and change in areas ranging from sustainability and economics to poverty and education Stories produced at the Hackathon will power future deployments of EVOKE all over the world These stories will be written to engage players in developed nations as well as our core audience in the developing world instilling a sense of broad agency and collective action Q Who will be at the Hackathon A Hackathon participants will include science fiction authors Kim Stanley Robinson Karl Schroeder Madeline Ashby James L Cambias Kathleen Ann Goonan and Kathryn Cramer creative director and Emmy Award winning producer Kiyash Monsef visual artists Jacob Glazer Alina Chau and Jeremie Lederman futurist Jamais Cascio and many others including representatives and subject area experts from industry nonprofit and government partners Q What global grand challenges will Hackathon participants tackle A Teams will create stories art and social innovation challenges related to topics including but not limited to human trafficking wildlife conservation education and universal literacy and the energy food nexus Q How can I learn more A Read an article about the project on ASU News And keep an eye on the Center for Science and the Imagination website as well as this page for news and updates Author Ed Finn Ed Finn is the founding director of the Center for Science and the Imagination at Arizona State University where he is an assistant professor with a joint appointment in the School of Arts Media and Engineering and the Department of English He has worked as a journalist at Time Slate and Popular Science He lives in Phoenix Arizona 2 Comments 1 response to EVOKE Barney Spigel said on March 26 2015 What a brilliant

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  • The Tall Tower | Project Hieroglyph
    steel Keith developed some simple models to explore the structural requirements of such a tower and Neal began thinking about where such a building might be placed As the tower conversation continues the circle of collaborators has expanded to include aerospace engineering sophisticated digital modeling and architectural design In a sure sign that the tower project is about to get excitingly weird Bruce Sterling wants in In the months to come the tower project will continue to serve as a pilot for the larger ideal of Hieroglyph a freewheeling conversation about a radically ambitious project that could be accomplished within the next few decades In the Press A Place Where Science and Science Fiction Can Be of One Mind John Markoff The New York Times Neal Stephenson on Science Fiction Building Towers 20 Kilometers High and Insurance Stephen Cass Technology Review How Neal Stephenson s 20 Kilometer Space Tower Could Change Everything George Dvorsky io9 Space Tower Could We Build a Stratosphere Skyscraper Jim Giles New Scientist In Other Skyscraper News eVolo architecture and design journal annual Skyscraper Competition Author Neal Stephenson Neal Stephenson is the author of the three volume historical epic The Baroque Cycle Quicksilver The Confusion and The System of the World and the novels REAMDE Cryptonomicon The Diamond Age Snow Crash and Zodiac He lives in Seattle Washington Tags Neal Stephenson Tall Tower Related Posts Kathryn Cramer at Google Why Hieroglyph is a Verb Comments Off on The Tall Tower Comments are closed Already registered Log in Username Password Remember Me Arizona State University PO Box 870309 Tempe AZ 85287 0309 Log In Username Password Remember Me Log In Register Lost Password Copyright Notice 2012 2014 Arizona Board of Regents on behalf of Arizona State University All rights reserved Contact Us Hieroglyph is a project of

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