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The Mutual Respect Between Hardware And Software

The Mutual Respect Between Hardware And Software

When computers were invented they were just giant electronic calculators, connected to each other with wires. You had to put the data in manually and then it would give a calculation. If there was anything wrong with the input...
Augmented reality: the first steps to a society of control?

Augmented reality: the first steps to a society of control?

Layla van Daalen, Chris Hoogeveen, Hanneke Mertens Every aspect of the world has an extra layer of information. It may not always be obvious, but these extra layers are most certainly present. Marc Tuters and Kazys Varnelis describe these...

Galloway: The Medium is an Interface

... Interface and media may be two names for the same thing. From the viewpoint of McLuhan and the concept of re-mediation, media are merely containers that encapsulate other pieces of media. This can be seen as an “onion”...

Amsterdam New Media Summer Talks: Networked Content

Warren Sack, Alexander Galloway, Greg Elmer and Anat Ben-David explore the contents of networks. The Summer Talks are hosted by Richard Rogers. The program is part of the 10-year Jubilee of Govcom.org, the group responsible for the Issue Crawler...
Alex Galloway on Protocol @ UvA

Alex Galloway on Protocol @ UvA

After the talk Alex Galloway gave on The Game of War Rosie asked him to give us an introduction to Protocol, which is key literature for one of our courses. This is the first spontaneously organized event by Geeks...

Debord as Programmer: Alexander Galloway on the Game of War

The Game of WarOn Thursday night galloway/">Alexander Galloway, NYU assistant professor and founding member of the Radical Software Group, gave us a peak at his latest project,...

Reviews of Galloway’s Protocol

I found these reviews of Alexander Galloway’s book very helpfull. Hopefully there of some use for y’all as well! http://www.shaviro.com/Blog/?p=290 http://www.villagevoice.com/arts/0415,halter,52589,12.html http://rccs.usfca.edu/bookinfo.asp?ReviewID=307&BookID=260 http://www.dyske.com/index.php?view_id=857&search_wp=galloway