TEKKA: the art of technology. Indispensable!
The Semantic Web is a nice idea. But so is connecting a hairclipper to a vacuum cleaner. Cathy Marshall wonders: Is it Safe?
In their search for the formula for love, devoted developers of online dating are swimming in a fountain of dollars. But will the rest of us find love? Elin Sjursen shares her journey through some popular matchmaking websites
In Me++: The Cyborg Self and the Networked City the prophet of bits, William J. Mitchell, appears somewhat chastened. George P. Landow is not surprised: there's no free lunch.
It is the late 1990s and Computer Game Studies is not yet an academic discipline. The book we were looking for was More Than a Game, and Barry Atkins wrote it. Torill Mortensen asks: Did he miss his millennium?
Are you looking for ways to show, tell and share in an increasingly complex world of information and thought? While some things are not easily said, Mary Cavill finds inspiration in Visualizing Argumentation.
"This isn't the street, it is the gutter." Matthew Kirschenbaum explores a world of information bombs, nano-memes, channels and feeds in Ellis and Robertson's Transmetropolitan.