Charles Bernstein's reflections on populism, democracy, and authority in the turbulent waters of web discussion groups and other new Internet sites.
Part 2 of The Politics of Information, a collection that reintroduces class and materiality to the study of technocultures.
Tempering the myth of global variety, David Golumbia processes the dominance of English in digital environments - and a highly standardized English at that.
Lisa Nakamura questions Donna Haraway about race, speed, and the cyborg.
Marc Bousquet discusses university labor delivered in "the mode of information."
Stuart Moulthrop (re)mediates the interpretation (narrativists) vs. configuration (ludologists) debate by going macropolitical.
"Connect the n space to the 0 and understand that the lack of time due to information overflow is an illusion," writes Victoria Vesna.
Darren Tofts and Lisa Gye introduce the collection of essays, appearing here in the electropoetics thread, from the Alt-x e-book The Illogic of Sense.