This month’s TIR Web features Tal Halpern, as well as Judy Malloy’s “Afterwards” and Matthew Purdy’s review of Lisa Gitelman & Geoffrey Pingree’s New Media, 1740-1915.
This month’s new books reviews at RCCS include: Gitte Stald & Thomas Tufte’s Global Encounters: Media and Cultural Transformation reviewed by Charles Ess, Kevin Douglas Kuswa, and Radhika Seth; Stewart M. Hoover & Lynn Schofield Clark’s Practicing Religion in the Age of the Media: Explorations in Media, Religion, and Culture reviewed by Christopher Helland; and Phillip Thurtle & Robert Mitchell’s Semiotic Flesh: Information and the Human Body reviewed by Anne Beaulieu, Simone Seym, and Sarah Stein, with a response from authors Phillip Thurtle and Robert Mitchell.
New book reviews at RCCS for November 2003 include: Sharon K. Black’s Telecommunications Law in the Internet Age reviewed by David R. Dewberry, Bernardo A. Huberman’s The Laws of the Web: Patterns in the Ecology of Information reviewed by Jeanette Burkett, and Daniel ParÃ©’s Internet Governance in Transition: Who is the Master of This Domain? reviewed by John W. Campbell and Arthur L. Morin.
New reviews at RCCS include: William Gibson’s Pattern Recognition reviewed by Tama Leaver, Frank Schaap’s The Words That Took Us There: Ethnography in a Virtual Reality reviewed by Stephanie Bennett, and Siva Vaidhyanathan’s Copyrights and Copywrongs: The Rise of Intellectual Property and How It Threatens Creativity reviewed by Laura Kertz.
This month’s book reviews at RCCS include Marc Smith & Peter Kollock’s Communities in Cyberspace reviewed by Janet Armentor, and Chris Werry & Miranda Mowbray’s Online Communities: Commerce, Community Action, and the Virtual University reviewed by Gloria Gannaway.
New book reviews at RCCS for August 2003 are: Elaine Lally’s At Home With Computers, reviewed by
Deborah J. Smith; Geoff King & Tanya Krzywinska’s ScreenPlay: Cinema/Videogames/Interfaces reviewed by Bob Rehak; and John Seely Brown & Paul Duguid’s The Social Life of Information reviewed by G.C. Gupta.
New book reviews at RCCS include: Paul Dourish’s Where the Action Is: The Foundations of Embodied Interaction reviewed by Tom Bell; Ollivier Dyens’s Metal and Flesh: The Evolution of Man: Technology Takes Over reviewed by Bryan Alexander; Colette Nicolle and Julio Abascal’s Inclusive Design Guidelines for HCI reviewed by Rita Lauria; and Donald A. Schon, Bish Sanyal, and William J. Mitchell’s High Technology and Low-Income Communities: Prospects for the Positive Use of Advanced Information Technology reviewed by Gracie Lawson-Borders.
Read a review of Roy Ascott’s Telematic Embrace: Visionary Theories of Art, Technology, and Consciousness by Joel Weishaus in the San Francisco Chronicle.
The Iowa Review Web features Stuart Moulthrop’s new piece, “Pax” and an interview with Moulthrop by Noah Wardrip-Fruin; the work of Margaret Stratton and an interview with Stratton by Leslie Roberts; and new work and reviews by Deena Larson, geniwate, Seth Thompson, Heidi Bean, and Pamela Gay.
The Resource Center for Cyberculture Studies at the University of Washington invites book reviews of a new list of recently received books.