QAME Song


ANNOYING MAN: Yeah, I got a question. More a comment. Hey, baby, I hear you got some new ideas. Hey, baby, sock it to me in a way that appeals. There’s the cat, Alan Barnard, and he’s got
a way To break down theory into parts, that I call
QAME Part one: What’s your question, baby?
Tell me what you wanna know. Part two: You got assumptions, baby.
Of how you think the world goes. Part three: You choose your methods, baby.
How you answer Qs, what’s apropos? Part four: Show your evidence, baby.
Convince them all of your flow. Questions, Assumption, Methods and Evidence, baby. Q.A.M & E, everybody’s got QAME. Baby, baby, baby, baby
What’s your theory? Q.A.M.E, QAME baby
Sock it to me. Sock it to me. Sock it to me. Sock it to me, QAME. Hey, baby, Design Anthropology is a new idea. You want me to break it down, baby, in a way that appeals. It’s kinda revolutionary this Danthro theory. I’ll sock it to you into parts by using QAME. Part one: The big Q–How does design help
define what humanness means? Part two: You got that Yin/Yang balance of thinking before one intervenes. Part three: You choose the visual diary, in-context interview on the scenes. Part four: The experience model tells stories a picture of relational routines. Questions, Assumption, Methods and Evidence, baby. Q.A.M & E, everybody’s got QAME. Baby, baby, baby, baby
What’s your theory? Q.A.M.E, QAME baby
Sock it to me. Sock it to me. Sock it to me. Sock it to me, QAME. Sock it to me. Sock it to me. Sock it to me, QAME. Take that, jive turkey.

2 thoughts on “QAME Song

  • March 23, 2014 at 11:14 am
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    A music video homage to academic theory, design anthropology, and 70s blaxploitation films: QAME Song. View it, jive turkey!

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  • March 23, 2014 at 11:56 pm
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    fantastic!

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