How we think : digital media and contemporary technogenesis /
Chicago ; London :
The University of Chicago Press,
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Table of Contents:
- How we think: digital media and contemporary technogenesis
- First interlude: practices and processes in digital media
- The digital humanities: engaging the issues
- How we read: close, hyper, machine
- Second interlude: the complexities of contemporary technogenesis
- Tech-toc: complex temporalities and contemporary technogenesis
- Technogenesis in action: telegraph code books and the place of the human
- Third interlude: narrative and database: digital media as forms
- Narrative and database: spatial history and the limits of symbiosis
- Transcendent data and transmedia narrative: Steven Hall's The raw shark texts
- Mapping time, charting data: the spatial aesthetic of Mark Z. Danielewski's Only revolutions.