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The moment of complexity : emerging network culture

Author: Mark C Taylor
Publisher: Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 2001.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

We live in a moment of unprecedented complexity, an era in which change occurs faster than our ability to comprehend it. This books offers a map for the unfamiliar terrain opening in our midst,  Read more...


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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Mark C Taylor
ISBN: 0226791173 9780226791173 9780226791180 0226791181
OCLC Number: 46364611
Description: xii, 340 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: From Grid to Network --
Collapsing Walls --
The Edge of Chaos --
Grid Work --
Superficial Complexity --
Net Work --
Critical Emergency --
Politics and Criticism --
Power and Structure --
Generational Gaps --
Digital Divide --
Decoding the Real --
Strange Loops --
True Lies --
Machines and Death --
Beauty of Organisms --
Undecidable Openings --
Noise in Formation --
Buzz of Information --
Information Ages --
Information and Communication --
Time and Uncertainty --
Shifty Static --
Emerging Complexity --
Real Close --
Crystals and Smoke --
Implications of Complexity --
E-mergence --
Birds and Bees --
Evolving Complexity --
Ant Smarts --
Complex Adaptive Systems --
E-volution --
Species of Origin --
Morphing --
Punctuation --
Screening Information --
How This Book Is Being Written --
Channeling Experience --
Culturing Networks --
Viral Webs --
Cybergnosis --
Incarnational Networks --
Coda: The Currency of Education --
Practicing Theory --
Education Business --
Useful and Useless Education --
Critical Faculties --
Net Working Education.
Responsibility: Mark C. Taylor.
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