Roger Burrows reviews William Mitchell’s classic Me++

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Roger Burrows has provided a great review of William Mitchell’s classic book Me++: The Cyborg Self in the Networked City for Information, Communication & Society. This is a part of a new section I’ve set up where I’ll publish a set of reviews that revisit a classic text. In this case we are revisiting Mitchell’s book 10 years after its publication. As usual the first page of the review is open access. At the moment I have three reviews in the section, in addition to Roger’s review I’ve posted about the first review here, the third review will be out soon.

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2 Responses to Roger Burrows reviews William Mitchell’s classic Me++

  1. Pingback: Revisiting the classics: William Mitchell’s Me++ | Thinking culture

  2. Pingback: Review of Mitchell’s Me++ 10 years on | Sam Kinsley

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