[Air-L] media environment / Internet as ecosystem
tero.karppi at gmail.com
Thu Feb 18 04:16:46 PST 2010
I am currently in the beginning of my PhD dissertation which will be
focusing on media ecology of internet environment(s). I rely heavily on
Matthew Fuller's Media Ecologies -- Material Energies in Art and Technology.
(MIT Press 2005) and new materialism / post-structural theories of Gilles
Deleuze & Félix Guattari. You could also check out Jussi Parikka's Digital
Contagions - A Media Archaeology of Computer Viruses (Peter Lang 2007).
Media Ecology is one of his approaches.
Moreover it would be nice to be in contact with you and people working with
this topic in the future.
2010/2/18 Denise N. Rall <denrall at yahoo.com>
> I assume you would have already looked at Bonnie Nardi & Vicki O'Days
> seminal work in this area.
> Nardi, B. and V. L. O'Day (1999). Information Ecologies: Using technology
> with heart. Cambridge, MA, MIT Press.
> You may also want to review what's been done in the area of cybergeography
> There would be plenty of recent work on the complexity of overlapping
> internet geographies, but some early work is helpful, such as Thomas Parke
> Hughes _Networks of Power: Electrification in Western Society, 1880-1930_
> Cheers, Denise
> Denise N. Rall, PhD. Special Projects, Faculty of Arts & Science, Southern
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