Insect Media: An Archaeology of Animals and Technology
Since the early 19th century, technological innovators and theorists have proposed insects as templates for a wide range of technologies. This text explains how insect forms of social organization - swarms, hives, webs and distributed intelligence - have been used to structure modern media technologies and the network society.
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