Reading Digital Culture

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David Trend
Wiley, Feb 8, 2001 - Computers - 374 pages
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Reading Digital Culture brings together key essays that have established the terms of the debate about the future of information technology. Definitive essays by many of the field's most widely read commentators - Virilio, Haraway, Landow, Castells, Aronowitz, Plant, Ross, Zizek, Guattari - range across issues that are central to digital life and culture: knowledge production, cyber-identity, computer art, online community, Internet commerce, and the effect of technology on work and leisure. With contributions from both inside and outside the technology field, Reading Digital Culture will be essential reading for anyone interested in - and living in the midst of - the digital revolution.

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David Trend is Director of the University of California's Institute for Research on the Arts, which funds projects through the ten-campus University of California system. He is also Chair of Studio Art at the University of California, Irvine. Former long-time editor of The Socialist Review, Trend is author or editor of a number of books, including Radical Democracy: Identity, Citizenship and the State (1996).

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