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China Constructing Capitalism

This looks like a really important intervention. Routledge have just published China Constructing Capitalism: Economic Life and Urban Change by Michael Keith, Scott Lash, Jakob Arnoldi and Tyler Rooker. Here is the overview from the publishers website: China has been … Continue reading

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Software Takes Command, a new book by Lev Manovich

Lev Manovich’s new book Software Takes Command has just been published. It looks really interesting. Here is the publishers site, and here is the book’s description: This new book from the celebrated author of The Language of New Media is … Continue reading

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A new book on locative media

A new book on Locative Media has just been published. It’s edited by Regine Buschauer and Katherine S. Willis. Here’s the description: The convergence of smartphones, GPS, the Internet, digital mapping technologies and social networks has given rise to a … Continue reading

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Alexander Galloway’s new book The Interface Effect

I just got a review copy of Alexander Galloway’s new book The Interface Effect. It looks really good. I’ve just commissioned a review for ICS. Here’s some further information about the book: Interfaces are back, or perhaps they never left. … Continue reading

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A review of Andrew Keen’s new book Digital Vertigo

There is a review of Andrew Keen’s new book Digital Vertigo in Times Higher Education. It’s written by Henry Farrell. Those who remember Andrew Keen’s earlier book The Cult of the Amateur may not be surprised by the descriptions of … Continue reading

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