William Mitchell’s Me++: The cyborg self and the networked city reviewed by Mark Johnson

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As part of my role as reviews editor at Information, Communication & Society i’ve been trying to develop a section that I’ve called ‘revisiting the classics’. the idea of the section is that it will provide a space to reflect back on important books. The first section will reflect on William Mitchell’s book Me++: The cyborg self and the networked city 10 years after its original publication. The section will contain four reviews of the book and will be published in the journal towards the end of 2013. But the reviews will be available before then in the online first section of the journal site. So far I’ve received 3 of the 4 reviews. The first review, written by Mark Johnson, is now available.

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2 Responses to William Mitchell’s Me++: The cyborg self and the networked city reviewed by Mark Johnson

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