Read the second issue of Computational Culture, a journal of software studies, with articles on subjects ranging from location-aware social media, Google’s PageRank to a methodology for software studies. Boris Ružić wrote an extensive review of Geert Lovink’s Networks Without a Cause. Available online at computationalculture.net.
Most Recent Readings
INC proudly presents the digital version of The Riddle of the Real City
While usually working with publication series, to insure a speedy and professional production process for both print a digital books, the INC also collaborates on experimental publishing projects that try to reach, understand, or even defy the limit of what a digital publication can be and do. One such project is our collaboration with 1001 [...]
Beyond the Online: Postponing Judgments on the Online Self
Written by: Dwi Aini Bestari email@example.com Nowadays, the internet becomes increasingly embedded in our lives. People are engaged in social media platforms everyday; expressing emotions through status updates, uploading selfies and tagging the locations to the social media platforms or tracking movements through wearable device and posting them online. These data that we [...]
Book launch June 22nd: please join!
Book launch Miriam Rasch On June 22nd Miriam’s essay collection on post-digital culture and philosophy is presented in Spui25, Amsterdam. All are welcome to attend. After an introduction by Geert Lovink, Miriam will talk to Daan Stoffelsen about being human in a world dominated by data, about the stories we tell and the language we [...]