Matthew Fuller: Behind the Blip: Essays on the Culture of Software (2003)

21 May 2010, dusan

A far-reaching and strikingly original collection of essays on the “culture of software” by new-media critic Matthew Fuller. Behind the Blip looks at the many ways in which the ostensibly neutral userinterfaces, search engines, “intelligent agents,” and word processorsthat are now part of our everyday life are actively reshaping the waywe look at and interact with the world.

Publisher Autonomedia, 2003
Anti-copyright for non-commercial publication
ISBN 1570271399, 9781570271397
165 pages


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