Tag Archives: internet

Bundled, Buried and Behind Closed Doors

I really enjoy this video both for what it is and as a teaching tool. There’s a weird oscillation in new media studies where some people are stuck in the 1990s and treat the internet as some kind of immaterial, … Continue reading

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On The Cybertwee Manifesto

“we are fragmented and multifaceted bbs” The Cybertwee Manifesto is a fascinating document. Infinitely more tolerable than every other manifesto you’re attempted to read, it is a call for an understanding of the body as an emotional machine without reducing either … Continue reading

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The Internet in 1592

The Flatterers by Pieter Bruegel is maybe my favorite painting right now, merely because it does such a good job of visually describing the internet in our current period. The painting is less about flattery for me, though, and more … Continue reading

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Interview with Theron Jacobs

I conducted this email with Theron Jacobs over email. You can find him on twitter @TPHD Cameron: signal–noise–signal Theron: PERSONALLY, I IDENTIFY WITH NOISE C: So Theron, you’re a poet. There is a camp of video game studies that makes … Continue reading

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