Posts Tagged 'digital culture'

Special Issue “Tecnoscienza” – Digital Circulation: Second part (2016)

The second part of a double special issue of “Tecnosceinza”, edited By Gabriele Balbi, Alessandro Delfanti and Paolo Magaudda

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Special Issue “Tecnoscienza” – Digital Circulation: Second part (2016)

The second part of a double special issue of “Tecnosceinza”, edited By Gabriele Balbi, Alessandro Delfanti and Paolo Magaudda

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Not just a matter of nostalgia: loving the vinyl record in the digital age

The return of vinyl is a nostalgic issue or a reaction to the digital world? Vinyl: the Analogue Record in the Digital Age,  written by Bartmanski and Woodward responds at this question.

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Not just a matter of nostalgia: loving the vinyl record in the digital age

The return of vinyl is a nostalgic issue or a reaction to the digital world? Vinyl: the Analogue Record in the Digital Age,  written by Bartmanski and Woodward responds at this question.

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Special Issue “Tecnoscienza”: Digital Circulation: Media, Materiality, Infrastructures (2016)

Edited By Gabriele Balbi, Alessandro Delfanti and Paolo Magaudda TECNOSCIENZA – Italian Journal of Science & Technology StudiesVol. 7, Nr. 1, June 2016

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Special Issue “Tecnoscienza”: Digital Circulation: Media, Materiality, Infrastructures (2016)

Edited By Gabriele Balbi, Alessandro Delfanti and Paolo Magaudda TECNOSCIENZA – Italian Journal of Science & Technology StudiesVol. 7, Nr. 1, June 2016

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CALL for ABSTRACT: How materiality matters in digital worlds: Artefacts, media, and discourses

The 5th STS Italia Conference will be held in Milan, Italy, June 12 through 14, 2014, by the Italian Society of Science and Technology Studies, in collaboration with the Politecnico di Milano Doctoral School in Design.    The conference is articulated in 24 autonomous thematic sessions (tracks),

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CALL for ABSTRACT: How materiality matters in digital worlds: Artefacts, media, and discourses

The 5th STS Italia Conference will be held in Milan, Italy, June 12 through 14, 2014, by the Italian Society of Science and Technology Studies, in collaboration with the Politecnico di Milano Doctoral School in Design.    The conference is articulated in 24 autonomous thematic sessions (tracks),

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Biohackers. the politics of open science: a review by P. Magaudda on Digicult

It’s online a review I wrote about the Alessandro Delfanti’s book Biohakers. The Politics of Open Science and published on “Digicult”, a very intriguing website on media, art and digital culture.

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Biohackers. the politics of open science: a review by P. Magaudda on Digicult

It’s online a review I wrote about the Alessandro Delfanti’s book Biohakers. The Politics of Open Science and published on “Digicult”, a very intriguing website on media, art and digital culture.

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