Monthly Archives: June 2012

Review of Peter Berger’s book Adventures of an Accidental Sociologist

A review of the above book, reviewed by Teresa Crew, at Sociological Research Online.

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Jussi Parikka on Geert Lovink

Jussi Parikka discussing the above book (by Geert Lovink) here.

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Three interesting media blogs

Over the last couple of weeks I came across these three interesting blogs, each has a focus media: Sean Cubitt’s blog on the history and philosophy of media. Astrid Mager on new media And Goldsmiths Centre for the Study of … Continue reading

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Terry Wassal asks ‘would C Wright Mills have kept a blog?

Terry Wassal asks if C Wright Mills would have kept a blog. Based on the intellectual craftsmanship piece he claims the answer is likely to be yes. That’s a relief. I can see Wassal’s point, blogging does seem to fit … Continue reading

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Computational Culture: a journal of software studies

An interesting new journal called Computational Culture: A journal of software studies has just been launched. The first issue is already available and there is information about calls for papers etc. The journal is open access.

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Code/Space by Rob Kitchin & Martin Dodge

I’ve been reading Rob Kitchin and Martin Dodge’s excellent book Code/Space: Software and Everyday life. The book is all about software and digital infrastructures. The book is a culmination of co- authored work by Kitchin & Dodge. They have written … Continue reading

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