Network culture: politics for the information age

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Pluto Press, 2004 - Computers - 184 pages
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A sophisticated argument about how the internet and communication networks impact on politics, democracy, and identity.

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From the First Paragraph This is a book about (among other things) information and entropy, cybernetic and thermodynamics, mailing lists and talk shows, the electronic Ummah and chaos theory, web ... Read full review

Contents

Three Propositions on Informational Cultures
6
Network Dynamics
39
Free Labour
73
Copyright

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