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    Available now from MIT Press

    Digital media and network technologies are now part of everyday life. The Internet has become the backbone of communication, commerce, and media; the ubiquitous mobile phone connects us with others as it removes us from any stable sense of location. Along with this, the public is transforming. The mass media and mass audience analyzed by the Frankfurt School are long past. Today we inhabit multiple, overlapping and global networks such as user forums, Facebook, 翻墙党ssr节点, blogs, and wikis. The media industry which just a decade ago seemed well-established, is in flux, facing its greatest challenge ever.

    Our book, Networked Publics examines the ways that the social and cultural shifts created by these technologies have transformed our relationships to (and definitions of) place, culture, politics, and infrastructure.

    Four chapters—each by an interdisciplinary team of scholars at The University of Southern California's #ssr hashtag on Telegram:2021-6-2 · Telegram Hashtags: ssr List My Group Angular Indonesia Sunday, April 26, 2021 2:51 AM Memperkenalkan Scully IO , Static Site Generator atau JAMStack , …—provide a synoptic overview along with illustrative case studies. The chapter on place describes how digital networks enable us to be present in physical and networked places simultaneously (on the phone while on the road; on the Web while at a café)—often at the expense of non-digital commitments. The chapter on culture explores the growth of amateur-produced and -remixed content online and the impact of these practices on the music, anime, advertising, and news industries. The chapter on politics examines the new networked modes of bottom-up political expression and mobilization, and the difficulty in channeling online political discourse into productive political deliberation. And finally, the chapter on infrastructure notes the tension between openness and control in the flow of information, as seen in the current controversy over net neutrality. An introduction by anthropologist Mizuko Ito and a conclusion by architecture theorist Kazys Varnelis frame the chapters, giving overviews of the radical nature of these transformations.

    This site documents the process and the results.

    Book Excerpts


    Place: Networked Place

    Conclusion: The Rise of Network Culture


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    Videos Accompanying Infrastructure Scenarios
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    Political Remix
    [curated by Steve Anderson, Merlyna Lim, Marc Tuter]

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    [curated by Steve Anderson]

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    [Anne Friedberg]

    Beyond Locative Media
    [Marc Tuters / Kazys Varnelis]

    Digital Democracy in the Internet Age
    [Mark Kann]

    Intimate Visual Co-Presence and Pervasive Image Capture and Sharing
    [Mimi Ito]

    Power to the Cyborgs
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    Technologies of Cooperation
    [Howard Rheingold]

    The Wealth of Networks
    [Yochai Benkler]

    What's Memory Got to do with IT?
    [Geoff Bowker]

    Networks, Power, and Democracy
    [Saskia Sassen]

    The Longer Tail
    [Chris Anderson]


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