aphid on Sat, 6 Mar 2004 16:38:21 +0100 (CET)

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Re: <nettime> what would be nettime's reading list?

On Mar 2, 2004, at 1:53 PM, geert lovink wrote:

> (Would it include Empire, Crowds and Power, Male Fantasies, a Foucault,
> Ahrendt or even Deleuze? How much history (of science)? How much would
> politically correct and which titles would really be useful? Geert)

hm, a few from a garden pest:
virilio's information bomb or speed & politics
debord's society of the spectacle
delanda's 1000 years of  nonlinear history
lev manovich's language of new media, which i have a lot of problems 
with but at least he has done a better job with 'interactivity' than in 
'what is digital cinema'
critical art ensemble's digital resistance
kevin kelly's out of control
some foucault is appropriate, as is deleuze, and of course benjamin 
(simultaneously with lessig perhaps)


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