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Revisiting the classics – William Mitchell’s Me++: The Cyborg Self and the Networked City

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

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Roger Burrows reviews William Mitchell’s classic Me++

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 … Continue reading

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

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 … Continue reading

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Bodies, space, devices and culture

I’m currently writing a chapter for my book on popular culture about bodies and interfaces. As part of my research I returned to William J Mitchell’s Me++. I was surprised how fresh it still feels. It was originally published in … Continue reading

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