Monthly Archives: March 2011

Week 5: Archive Fever

This week we’ve caught ‘Archive Fever’, with Derrida’s diagnosis as the procedures by which the evolution of new media technologies are shaping how we analyse, communicate and preserve knowledge/experience/memory, and moreover how Web 2.0 and user interface visualisation (with limitations … Continue reading

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Week 4: Assemblage Theory and Social Complexity

First of the readers we have Actor Network Theory, which is essentially a (French post-structuralist) methodological research and analytical tool in understanding how (not why) heterogenous networks are formed, the actors (person/object/organisation as components) that constitute the network and how … Continue reading

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Week 3: Print Adaptation and Digital Assimilation

While last week I mentioned some of the broader issued involving the transition of traditional print media to web based distribution, I now want to look at some specific examples that highlight the implications of a digital transition. First off … Continue reading

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Week 2: From Print to Digital

Our first topic is the transition from Print to Digital publishing and what this entails for the technologies driving the industries, the different levels of professionals and public’s accessing, collaborating and outputting publications at different rates and with varying degrees … Continue reading

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