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Dark fiber : tracking critical Internet culture

Author: Geert Lovink
Publisher: Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, ©2003.
Series: Electronic culture--history, theory, practice.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st MIT Press pbk. ed., 2003View all editions and formats
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Net criticism that establishes the principles and foundation for a collaborative, global new media culture.

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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Geert Lovink
ISBN: 0262621800 9780262621809
OCLC Number: 55066321
Description: xi, 382 pages ; 23 cm.
Contents: Theory Essay on Speculative Media Theory (1996) 22 --
Portrait of the Virtual Intellectual (1997) 30 --
Case Studies The Digital City-Metaphor and Community (2001) 42 --
The Moderation Question: Nettime and the Boundaries of Mailing List Culture (2001) 68 --
Crystals of Net Criticism Language? No Problem (1996) 122 --
A Push Media Critique (1997) 130 --
Mass Psychology of the Net: A Proposal (1998) 136 --
Net. Times, Not Swatch Time: 21st-Century Global Time Wars (1998) 142 --
Fragments of Network Criticism (1999) 160 --
Sweet Erosions of Email (2000) 176 --
Travelogues Culture after the Final Breakdown: Tirana, Albania, May 1998 (1998) 182 --
The 9/21 Aftershocks: Taiwan, December 1999 (1999) 194 --
At the Opening of New Media Centre Sarai: Delhi, February 2001 (2001) 204 --
Dynamics of Net Culture Radical Media Pragmatism (1998) 218 --
Network Fears and Desires (1998) 226 --
An Early History of 1990s Cyberculture (1999) 234 --
The Importance of Meetspace: On Conferences and Temporary Media Labs (2000) 240 --
An Insider's Guide to Tactical Media (2001) 254 --
Reality Check Organized Innocence and War in the New Europe: Adilkno, Culture, and the Independent Media (1995) 276 --
Soros and the NGO Question, or The Art of Being Independent (1997) 296 --
Information Warfare: From Propaganda Critique to Culture Jamming (1998) 306 --
Kosovo: War in the Age of Internet (1999) 318 --
Towards a Political Economy Cyberculture in the Dotcom Age (2000) 330 --
The Rise and Fall of Dotcom Mania (2001) 348 --
Hi-Low: The Bandwidth Dilemma, or Internet Stagnation after Dotcom Mania (2001) 370 --
Bibliography 380.
Series Title: Electronic culture--history, theory, practice.
Responsibility: Geert Lovink.
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