Category Archives: Keynote

Telephone

Network Effects?

Presentation by Richard R. John (Columbia University). Today it is a truism to contend that networks become more useful as they expand.  We even have a phrase for it:  “network effects.” The early history of the telegraph and telephone network

Telephone

Network Effects?

Presentation by Richard R. John (Columbia University). Today it is a truism to contend that networks become more useful as they expand.  We even have a phrase for it:  “network effects.” The early history of the telegraph and telephone network

The Information Defense Industry and the History of Networks

Presentation by Adrian Johns (University of Chicago). With the rise of the information economy has come the development of an industry devoted to policing that economy. It is a hybrid enterprise, composed of both public institutions like the FBI and

The Information Defense Industry and the History of Networks

Presentation by Adrian Johns (University of Chicago). With the rise of the information economy has come the development of an industry devoted to policing that economy. It is a hybrid enterprise, composed of both public institutions like the FBI and

Agrippa

Remembering Networks: Agrippa, RoSE, and Network Archaeology

Presentation by Alan Liu (UC Santa Barbara). In 1992, at the onset of today’s digital networks, publisher Kevin Begos, Jr., artist Dennis Ashbaugh, and science-fiction novelist William Gibson issued their collaborative artist book Agrippa (a book of the dead), whose

Agrippa

Remembering Networks: Agrippa, RoSE, and Network Archaeology

Presentation by Alan Liu (UC Santa Barbara). In 1992, at the onset of today’s digital networks, publisher Kevin Begos, Jr., artist Dennis Ashbaugh, and science-fiction novelist William Gibson issued their collaborative artist book Agrippa (a book of the dead), whose

Transparency Grenade Map.

A Public Philosophy for Data Capture Systems

Presentation by Jussi Parikka (University of Southampton). This talk investigates topologies of publicness in relation to real time networking.  By engaging with H. Sackman’s “A Public Philosophy for Real Time Information Systems” (1968) and other 1960s and 1970s sources, I

Transparency Grenade Map.

A Public Philosophy for Data Capture Systems

Presentation by Jussi Parikka (University of Southampton). This talk investigates topologies of publicness in relation to real time networking.  By engaging with H. Sackman’s “A Public Philosophy for Real Time Information Systems” (1968) and other 1960s and 1970s sources, I