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.
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The Zombie of the author–In Memoriam Remko Scha (September 15, 1945 – November 9, 2015)
By Eric Kluitenberg Yesterday afternoon a large group of family, friends, colleagues and co-travellers in free spirit said goodbye to Remko Scha, distinguished professor in computer linguistics, machine artist, composer and co-founder of the Institute of Artificial Art Amsterdam (IAAA). A dreary day at the ‘Nieuwe Ooster’ cemetery befitting for this sad occasion. It was [...]
The Institute of Network Cultures is hiring interns from 15 January (0.8 fte) for a period of 3-6 months. INC is looking for talented interns with writing, research and production skills for the production of events and overall project management support. We are looking for an enthusiastic, energetic, inquisitive and precise (former) student with knowledge [...]
Digital Tailspin: Michael Seemann writes about Kontrollverlust
At OnlineOpen Michael Seemann writes about Kontrollverlust. Seemann studied cultural science in Lüneburg, Germany. In 2010 he started ctrl-verlust.net – a blog about theorie of losing control over data in the internet. It started as a blog project of the the German Newspaper Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (FAZ) and was later run individually. In 2014 the latter [...]