A Geology Of Media

Author: Jussi Parikka
ISBN: 9780816695522
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A Geology of Media demonstrates that the environment does not just surround our media cultural world--it runs through it, enables it, and hosts it in an era of unprecedented climate change.

Sustainable Media

Author: Nicole Starosielski
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317745825
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toxic materials in electronic devices, and has shown how the manufacturing and
disposal of such devices involve exposure to such wastes.10 Jussi Parikka has
posited studying the geology of media to ascertain how minerals, metals, and
chemicals are ... I submit that to study environmental effects of cell towers (a
media infrastructure), one would have to trace the circulation/mediation of both
signs and signals, both representations and resonances, both discourse and

Baskerville Lerin K Pe I

Author: Arthur Conan Doyle
Publisher: Le Adri via PublishDrive
ISBN: 9635278217
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Sir Charles'ın öldüğü gece, cesedi bulan uşak Barrymore, seyis Perkinsi atla bana gönderdi, henüz yatmamış olduğum için bir saat içinde Baskervillee varabildim.

Book For The Electronic Arts

Author: Arjen Mulder
Publisher: V2_ publishing
ISBN: 906617255X
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Old media in turn remediate newer media: in television the Web esthetics of
frames and running text has become widely accepted with news programs and
music channels. The printing process remediated handwritten folios from the
Middle Ages but went on to include letters, newspapers, cinema, television and
the Internet (the e-mail novel). All mediations are remediations of other media:
everything that can be seen or heard in media is a representation of other media.
If this were not ...

Electronic Emotion

Author: Jane Vincent
Publisher: Peter Lang
ISBN: 9783039118663
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The Mediation of Emotion via Information and Communication Technologies
Jane Vincent, Professor Colin B Grant, Leopoldina Fortunati. being an automatic
application of scientific principles since the ... the essence of language.1
Furthermore, the ambiguity of the language is growing because the media
language is frequently hyper-codified and this increases the level of ambiguity in
language at a mass level. Fortunately, 1 Think, for example, of the semantic halo
surrounding words ...

Design Mediation And The Posthuman

Author: Dennis M. Weiss
Publisher: Lexington Books
ISBN: 0739191780
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178–200. Durham: Duke University Press. Crutzen, Paul J. 2002. “Geology of
Mankind.” Nature 415 (23): 23. Crutzen, Paul J. and Christian Schwägerl. 2011. “
Living in the Anthropocene: Toward a New Global Ethos.” Yale Environment 360
... “The 'Environment' Is Us.” Electronic Book Review, January 1, www. atlx.com/
ebr/reviews/rev8/r8fromm.html. Hansen, Mark B. N. 2006. “Media Theory.” Theory
, Culture, & Society 23 (2–3): 297–306. Heise, Ursula K. 2012. “Introduction: The

The Bloomsbury Handbook Of Electronic Literature

Author: Joseph Tabbi
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 147423027X
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In this environment of poetic code, and coded pages, what at first appear as
ruptures, glitches in our affordances for what literatures and media can be are
folded into the texture of their time's claim to newness, and thereby become part
of the ... and hyper-mediation, blurring the human-machine boundary; and the
expansion of human agency into nonhuman factors such as geological, genetic,
animal, and ecological phenomena—most notably the proven entanglement of
human ...

Diffractive Technospaces

Author: Federica Timeto
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317150996
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A Feminist Approach to the Mediations of Space and Representation Federica
Timeto. (2004) puts it: a politics that is distinct to locative media – a politics of
location – is not immediately apparent. Locative media proposes a form of
dissent that is 'collectively constructive rather than oppositional' ... Locative
Media's political moment might not be despite its complicity in mechanisms of
domination but because of it, residing in the acceptance of the paradox and
occupying the ambiguous ...