TEKKA: the art of technology. Indispensable!
Derrick Story shares lessons learned: "Once your readers are hooked, they will want more information." How picturing a good story can enhance your photography skills.
Erotic, intelligent and creative, Suicidegirls are women with something to say. Exploring the branding of a community, van der Graaf reveals why networks sell better than individuals.
What makes a Spanish blog? Juan J. Merelo, Victor Ruiz and Fernando Tricas discover and map the emergence of a rapidly growing online community.
"Ever since artists began using computers as tools for making art, innovations have been as numerous as snowflakes in January." But which innovations are truly unforgettable? Greco finds answers in her review of Christiane Paul's Digital Art.
" ...the scope of Women, Art, and Technology is refreshingly wide." But in spite of its breadth, did this book satisfy Plant's appetite?
"Jay David Bolter has done it again ... teaming up with Diane Gromola, he produces an important argument about both computer interfaces and digital art." George P. Landow reviews Windows and Mirrors.
We haven't left Spain just yet. Crossing time and cultures, hypertext theory adept Tosca discovers the true pearls in literatura hipertextual y teoría literaria.