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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Open Call: Crypto Design Challenge
MOTI is the museum of the image; it is thé museum for visual culture. By focusing on visual culture MOTI wants to show and explain the dynamic world of the image, given that we get to experience visual culture everyday. With that purpose MOTI presents exhibitions, symposiums, publications, events and collaborations. The Crypto Design Challenge [...]
Paulina Borsook: Cyberselfish 15 years after, Part I
“Cyberselfish/a critical romp through the terribly libertarian culture of high-tech”, which I have nicknamed “That Damned Book” aka TDB, came out in the year 2000. It’s been more than a little disconcerting that TDB turns out to still have relevance, as did short pieces I wrote such as “How the Internet Ruined San Francisco” (in [...]
Paulina Borsook: Cyberselfish 15 years after, Part II
“Cyberselfish” 15 years after publication Part II: Where am I going and where have I been The complex truth behind how I got into writing about technology and writing about it the way that I did. The truth behind this is complicated but it finally seems time to explain how it -really- all happened. I [...]