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Review: The Language of New Media

User Review  - Jessica Gordon - Goodreads

I shouldn't technically get to add this to my Goodreads because I didn't read the whole thing. So I note that here--and now it's okay to add it. Interesting read and some unique observations about what makes for new media. Read full review

Review: The Language of New Media

User Review  - Rubayya - Goodreads

a book on new media culture that references Althusser. nuff said. Read full review

Review: The Language of New Media

User Review  - Shane - Goodreads

Brilliant observations on the role of art and design in digital media. Interesting examples, fascinating conclusions, and a very clear method of writing. Loved every page. Read full review

Review: The Language of New Media

User Review  - SB Freedman - Goodreads

Lev Manovich does have a heavy vocabulary so this book is not for novices, but he does seem to know a lot about the topicm which of course is very broad and constantlz changing. Read full review

Review: The Language of New Media

User Review  - Esther - Goodreads

My boss once said: "Manovich is like the Rolling Stones of media studies. His older work is better, but he's still the Stones." Now, I'm not exactly familiar with his older work (yet), but I do have to agree on the "Stones" part of the sentiment. Must read. Read full review

Review: The Language of New Media

User Review  - Andrew Miller - Goodreads

Manovich discusses the language through which we engage digital technologies (New Media). The way we interact in a digital environment is inherited through language. For example, we read web pages and ... Read full review

Review: The Language of New Media

User Review  - Aimée - Goodreads

Manovich seeks to investigate the effects of digital media (what he calls “the computer revolution”) on visual culture at large. Manovich draws from art history, literary criticism, photography ... Read full review

Review: The Language of New Media

User Review  - Michael - Goodreads

Manovich, Lev. The Language of New Media. Cambridge: MIT P, 2001. In The Language of New Media (2001), Lev Manovich draws on the history of cinema, photography, art, design, and telecommunications to ... Read full review

Review: The Language of New Media

User Review  - Neil - Goodreads

Really useful in helping me wrap my head around both changes and continuities between new media and traditional media like print and (especially) cinema. Read full review

Review: The Language of New Media

User Review  - Lorena - Goodreads

confusing! Read full review


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