Posts Tagged: protocol

Terms of Reference: Situating Certain Literary Transactions over Networked Services

Presentation by John Cayley (Brown University). Since the 1990s, to read and write with a computer has implied that we read and write with a network. We have been placed—you and I have placed ourselves—in the position of ‘using’ hardware and

Terms of Reference: Situating Certain Literary Transactions over Networked Services

Presentation by John Cayley (Brown University). Since the 1990s, to read and write with a computer has implied that we read and write with a network. We have been placed—you and I have placed ourselves—in the position of ‘using’ hardware and

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Last In, First Out: Media Archaeology of/as the Stack

Presentation by Rory Solomon (The New School). Essential to any analysis of networked media is an understanding of the “stack.” This oft cited diagrammatic illustrates how protocol is operationalized within networked systems. Protocol, as Alex Galloway has written, is the

Stack

Last In, First Out: Media Archaeology of/as the Stack

Presentation by Rory Solomon (The New School). Essential to any analysis of networked media is an understanding of the “stack.” This oft cited diagrammatic illustrates how protocol is operationalized within networked systems. Protocol, as Alex Galloway has written, is the

The Distributed Sovereign: Political Affect and Network Protocols

Presentation by Jen Boyle (Coastal Carolina University). This presentation excavates a more textured understanding of the concept of “the protocol.” In contemporary networks and network studies, protocols refer to the horizontal and vertical translations that make possible the material enactments

The Distributed Sovereign: Political Affect and Network Protocols

Presentation by Jen Boyle (Coastal Carolina University). This presentation excavates a more textured understanding of the concept of “the protocol.” In contemporary networks and network studies, protocols refer to the horizontal and vertical translations that make possible the material enactments