Book: Mark Taylor, Esa Saarinen 29 Mar 1994
When the world is wired, nothing remains the same. To explore the new electronic frontier with Taylor and Saarinen is to see the world anew. A revolutionary period needs a revolutionary book. With...
Mediamatic Magazine Vol. 8#2/3 Bas Raijmakers 1 Jan 1995
Mark Taylor & Esa Saarinen, Imagologies: Mediaphilosophy, Routledge, 1994
Now that the realisation is sinking in for more and more publishers that we are in a grey area between the printed book and electronic publications, conspicuous hybrids are appearing on the market.
Mediamatic Magazine Vol. 8#1 Avon Huxor 1 Jan 1994
Xanadu: The Conversation of the Digital Text
One persistent idea in science fiction has been that of an enormous computer library containing all the books ever produced in digital form. It would be a contemporary Library of Alexandria, and one...
Mediamatic Magazine Vol. 8#1 Josophia Grieve 1 Jan 1994
Welcome to Memorymoo
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Noel Douglas 1 Jan 1998
information for action through network technology
What are the hidden histories of the commodities that surround us? Can network technologies serve and defend the public against private interest? We take a trip down to the SupUrmarket and go Ur...
Mediamatic Magazine Vol.7#1 Arjen Mulder, Dirk Van Weelden 1 Jan 1992
Introduction to Static Literature
Modern information society exists by the grace of durably preserved, easily movable data; correspondingly, accuracy of notation and precise coordinates of storage are of the greatest importance.
Book: George P. Landow, Stephan Porombka 1 Jan 1992
The Convergence of Contemporary Critical Theory and Technology
Landow's book is an attempt to understand the possibilities and consequences of the hypertext medium in terms of the philosophical and literary-critical theories of Barthes, Foucault, Derrida and...
Book: Stuart A. Kauffman 1 Jan 1993
Origins of Order
Self-Organization and Selection in Evolution
Mediamatic Magazine Vol. 9#1 Hein Masseling 1 Jan 1998
Origins of Order
If you ask questions on the origin of species, ecosystems or other complex biological structures, the answers will undoubtedly include the term 'natural selection'. Natural selection, as...
Mediamatic Magazine Vol. 7#3/4 Adilkno, Bilwet 1 Jan 1994
The Art of Being Informed
about the Data Dandy
I do not believe in progress, but I believe in the stagnation of human stupidity – I admire Japanese chairs because they have not been made to sit upon
Rob Wittig 1 Jan 1994
Connection and Collaboration in the New Landscape of Electronic Writing
Invisible Rendezvous is about the invisible meetings of one of the first groups of writers of the electronic era in a small bbs in Seattle called in.s.omnia. Not a unique, but a typical experiment of...
Mediamatic Magazine Vol. 8#4 Paul Groot 1 Jan 1996
Teilhard and the Technognosis
the avenging JHWH in Silicon Hollywood
With the advent of Dreamworks, the entertainment company founded by Steven Spielberg, David Geffen, Jeffrey Katzenberg and Bill Gates, Hollywood and Silicon Valley have merged conclusively.
Mediamatic Magazine Vol. 8#4 Michael Sikillian 1 Jan 1996
Multimedia in the Middle Ages
To read electronic texts is to experience chaos. Electronic mail boxes and Internet newsgroups contain messages received randomly over time. Some have more structure, forming threads, but often the...
Mediamatic Magazine Vol. 9#1 Didi Hirokawa 1 Jan 1998
Finnegans Wake (retranslation)
There is a brilliant Japanese translation of James Joyce's Finnegans Wake . We wondered what will happen when the Japanese text is re-translated back into English. We gave Didi Hirokawa page 109.
Mediamatic Magazine Vol. 8#4 Willem Velthoven 1 Jan 1996
vol. 8#4 The Religion Issue
Editorial: Are People the Gods of the Algorithms?
The word avatar does not occur in this issue of Mediamatic.
Salon 2001 Baby Gallery
Contorted Fashion, Robot Redactie en Next…1Jul 2001
Met Willem Velthoven, Geert-Jan Strengholt en Jelica Cicic.
Book: Darren Tofts, Murray McKeich 1 Jul 1998
A Prehistory of Cyberculture
The notion of "culture" is changing at the speed of information itself. Computer technology is creating a new kind of public, a cyberculture with all its utopian & apocalyptic...
Book: Janet Murray 1 Jan 1997
Hamlet on the Holodeck
The Future of Narrative in Cyberspace
Technology changes storytelling because movies don't tell stories in the same manner as wandering bards.
STRP18Nov 200520Nov 2005
A new festival that breeds on the same ground as Le Corbusier and Xenakis' Poeme Electronique. More ground to have art and technology intertwine.
Book: Frank Hellemans 1 Jan 1996
Mediatisering en Literatuur
In his book Mediatization and Literature, Hellemans investigates how the poetics of the literary avant-garde, in search of modernization and renewal, employ or experiences impulses related to the...
Dirk Van Weelden, Jorinde Seijdel 1 Jan 1998
Today, most art still conforms to a cultural model in which the artist regulates his dealing with the historical and topical cultural environment by making public a form that is definitive and...
Noortje Marres, Richard Rogers 1 Jan 1999
To Trace or to Rub
Screening the Web Navigation Debate
Ever since 'space' has become the ruling metaphor for the electronic realm, geographers have taken it upon themselves to plot the web. They have traded in their conventional tools and have...
Information Macht Krieg
The emergence of electronic information war as a chance to marginalise the armed forces: this thought stands central in the review below. Reasoning from the idea that in order to carry out InfoWar
1 Jan 2003
Korsakow in the press