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Memory Trade: A Prehistory Of Cyberculture

Tofts, Darren & Murray McKeich

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ISBN 10: 9057041812 / ISBN 13: 9789057041815
Editorial: An Interface Book From 21 C, Sydney 1998, 1998
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26.5 x 24.5cms, 132pp, b/w illusts, very good+ paperback and cover This book argues that the past inflects the present with the echoes of ancient, unresolved philosophical questions about the relations between humans and technology; creativity and artifice; reality and the representation of reality. It explores cyberculture's unconscious and its silent, secret prehistory. N° de ref. de la librería 107663

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Título: Memory Trade: A Prehistory Of Cyberculture

Editorial: An Interface Book From 21 C, Sydney 1998

Año de publicación: 1998

Encuadernación: Soft cover

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The Notion of "culture" is changing at the speed of information itself. Computer technology is creating a new kind of public cyberculture with all its utopian and apocalyptic possibilities. But is it that new?
Popular debate generally ignores cyberculture's historical context. The official history begins in the 19th century and tracks the evolution of telecommunications, the egalitarian dream of the global village, and the emergence of the military-industrial complex. However this omits the deeper prehistory of technological transformations of culture that are everywhere felt but nowhere seen in the telematic landscape of the late-twentieth century. Cyberculture is an extension, rather than innovation, of human engagement with communication and information technologies.

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