Dave O’Brien interviewed me for the critical theory section of the New Book Network. The interview is available in full here. The interview focused on my recently published book Popular Culture and New Media: The Politics of Circulation, and we … Continue reading
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It’s been around 18 months since I took over as reviews editor at Information, Communication & Society. I’ve previously posted some reflections on being a reviews editor. I’m going to continue posting the reviews for ICS on this blog as … Continue reading
Kieran Fenby-Hulse has posted a really interesting and detailed set post on ‘Recreating the mixtape experience: Emotional attachment and digital music platforms‘ on his blog. The piece focuses in the different references to the old mixtape in digital music platforms. … Continue reading
My short article ‘The New Circulations of Culture’ has just been published in Berfrois. It’s a piece about the way that data circulations and new media infrastrcutures are reconfiguring culture (based upon my recent book).
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Michael Connor has interviewed Lev Manovich for Rhizome. The interview focuses upon his recently published book Software Takes Command.
I’ve posted previously about the recent publication of my book Popular Culture and New Media: The Politics of Circulation. The publishers, Palgrave Macmillan, are providing a discount on the book for a short period of time. The discount … Continue reading
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Sam Kinsley has posted a really detailed review of Rob Kitchin and Martin Dodge’s Code/Space: Software and Everyday Life on his blog. There have now been a few reviews of this important books, I’ve previously linked to a few of … Continue reading