Mute Magazine Catalogue Spring/Summer 2008
Welcome to the Mute Publishing catalogue! Since 1994 Mute magazine has covered the intersection of culture, technology and politics, earning an international reputation for originality, humour and intelligence. Mute's ongoing analysis of the creative industries, intellectual property, urbanism, education and the global financial system sparks debate; our themed issues - e.g. on precarious labour, green politics, the global mega-slums and Web 2.0 - have become indispensible guides. Over the years, the magazine has acted as a seedbed for a variety of sister projects, including OpenMute, which offers Print on Demand consultancy and develops web projects like the More is More indepenent media distribution site. With so much behind us (and more to come!), it feels like the time has finally come to present all this work in one easy-to-navigate catalogue. Published twice per year, this will be the place to find new titles, be reminded of old ones, and generally see how everything that Mute Publishing does fits together. Of course, all the basics are here too: individual and institutional subscriptions, back issues of Mute, etc. We are also listing books produced through OpenMute Press, whose impressive list includes titles as diverse as Isabelle Corbisier's Tuxedomoon, Mastaneh Shah-Shuja's Zones of Proletarian Development and Node.London's Media Mutandis reader. To introduce our very first issue of the catalogue, we're offering all those who take out a subscription 10% off all other products...
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