In her valuable new book, Reading Writing Interfaces: from the Digital to the Bookbound, Lori Emerson asks us to reconsider the inevitability and desirability of the "invisible" computer interface.
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I wonder what contemporary philosopher Giorgio Agamben would make of the brilliant new novel The Silent History.
In much of her work, writer/artist J. R. Carpenter fabricates hybrid places that are both "virtual" and attached to real world locales.
Media, like language, are processes through which information is stored, accessed and presented in certain ways to the relative exclusion (mastery) of others.
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