Part 2 of The Politics of Information, a collection that reintroduces class and materiality to the study of technocultures.
On the occasion of a new novel by Joseph McElroy and the Overlook Press reissue of McElroy's earlier work, Andrew Walser initiates a revaluation.
Further on McElroy and a novel that reflects the mind's helter-skelter workings while (for the protagonist) creating many occasions for avoidance.
Urging adaptibility and breadth, Mark Poster takes issue with the niches bored by early Internet critiques.
Katie King on the challenges and rewards, in her own life and the lives of her students, that emerge when writing about personal encounters with technology.