My Notes for Geert Lovink’s book launch of Networks Without a Cause: A critique of Social Media

The Institute of Network Cultures, Eva van den Eijnde and myself would like to welcome you to the official book launch of Geert Lovink’s new book Networks Without a Cause. A Critique of Social Media. Thank you very much for being here. Today I would like to start with a brief introduction to Geert’s new… Read more My Notes for Geert Lovink’s book launch of Networks Without a Cause: A critique of Social Media

Review: Software Studies a Lexicon Edited by Matthew Fuller

This review of the Software Studies Lexicon was written in June 2007 after Matthew Fuller was kind enough to send me a sneak preview pre-publication copy. I sent the PDF of the Software Studies Review to Fuller to which he replied with some insightful remarks on my suggestion for a digital working environment, see update… Read more Review: Software Studies a Lexicon Edited by Matthew Fuller

Review: Cutting Code. Software And Sociality – Adrian Mackenzie

Peter Lang, New York, NY, USA 2006 216 pp. Paperback, $31.95 USD ISBN 0-8204-7823-7 Buy at Amazon Cutting Code addresses the subject of software that has previously been marginalized due to its invisibility. Software is a very mutable object that is entangled in a web of relations. Mackenzie thus sees software as a social object… Read more Review: Cutting Code. Software And Sociality – Adrian Mackenzie

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