Tag: world wide web

Media, Genealogy, History


Matt Kirschenbaum reviews Remediation by Richard Grusin and Jay David Bolter.

Scientists on the Margins


David Nobes on the World Summit on the Information Society and the failure of some of its visionaries to see beyond tame and regimented applications of the Internet.

A Better Mao's Trap


Infiltrate, animate, dominate. Lisette Gonzales reviews Derek Pell’s Little Red Book of Adobe LiveMotion.

Notes From the Digital Overground


Mark Amerika on establishing an electronic publishing network in the no-man’s land between the commercial, the academic, and the underground.

The Fan’s Desire and Technopower


Whether they fret over Ziggy Stardust or the condition of posthumanity, fans and scholars share, argues Harvey Molloy, a few habits of mind.

Next Generation Student Resources: A Speculative Primer


A survey of humanities research websites (and how to teach with them) by Susan Schreibman.

Before and After the Web: George P. Landow (interviewed by Harvey L. Molloy)


George Landow talks with Harvey Molloy about personal projects and future Web speculations.

Evangelizing the Everyday Web


Scott Rettberg appreciates Weinberg’s small pieces more than his ‘unified theory,’ while viewing the Internet not as an economic panacea but a communication medium woven into the fabric of contemporary culture.

On Netscape, Virtual Slaves, and Making Moolah


Mark Amerika goes public, and reveals speculative fiction and market speculations to be one and the same.

Stealing Glances: Women('s) Writing on the World Wide Web


Greg Dyer steals glances at women(’s) writing on the World Wide Web.