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Matthew Fuller on Mon, 18 Jan 2016 20:05:39 +0100 (CET)


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<nettime> Computational Culture issue 5


   Computational Culture [1]Issue Five is now online.  This issue features
   a special issue on Rhetoric and Computation edited by Annette Vee and
   James J. Brown Jr.

   [2]Issue Five Introduction

   Special Issue, Rhetoric and Computation

   Annette Vee &James J. Brown, Jr., Editors, [3]Special Issue
   Introduction

   Steve Holmes, [4]Can we name the tools? Ontologies of Code, Speculative
   Techné and Rhetorical Concealment

   John Tinnell, [5]>From WIMP to ATLAS: Rhetorical Figures of Ubiquitous
   Computing

   Kevin Brock, [6]The `FizzBuzz' Programming Test: A Case-Based
   Exploration of Rhetorical Style in Code

   Elizabeth Losh, [7]Sensing Exigence, a Rhetoric for Smart Objects

   Jennifer Maher, [8]Artificial Rhetorical Agents and the Computing of
   Phronesis

   Alexander Monea, [9]Graph Force: Rhetorical Machines and the
   N-Arization of Knowledge

   Andreas Birkbak & Hjalmar Bang Carlsen, [10]The World of Edgerank:
   Rhetorical Justifications of Facebook's News Feed Algorithm

   Matthew Bellinger, [11]The Rhetoric of Error in Digital Media

   Articles

   M. Beatrice Fazi, [12]Incomputable Aesthetics: Open Axioms of
   Contingency

   Erica Robles-Anderson and Patrik Svensson, [13]"One Damn Slide After
   Another": PowerPoint at every Ocassion for Speach

   Michael Lachney, William Babbitt & Ron Eglash, [14]Software Design in
   the "Construction Genre" of Learning Technology: Content Aware versus
   Content Agnostic

   Reviews

   Zara Dinnen, [15]Interface Poetics, a review of Reading Writing
   Interfaces: From the Digital to the Bookbound, by Lori Emerson

   Silvia Mollicchi, [16]Memorious Histories of Open Circuits, a review of
   Beautiful Data, a history of vision and reason since 1945 by Orit
   Halpern

   Giles Askham, [17]Inner and Outer Networks, a review of Anna Munster,
   An Aesthesia of Networks: Conjunctive Experience in Art and Technology

   Prof. Matthew Fuller

   Director of Centre for Cultural Studies

   Digital Culture Unit

   Centre for Cultural Studies

   Goldsmiths, University of London

   New Cross

   London SE14 6NW

   e: m.fuller {AT} gold.ac.uk

   t: +44 (0)20 7919 7061

   w: [18]http://www.goldsmiths.ac.uk/cultural-studies/staff/m-fuller.php

   t:  {AT} GoldsmithsCCS

   f: [19]https://www.facebook.com/centreforculturalstudies

References

   1. http://computationalculture.net/
   2. http://computationalculture.net/editorial/editorial-issue-five
   3. http://computationalculture.net/?p=2451&preview=true
   4. http://computationalculture.net/?p=2574&preview=true
   5. http://computationalculture.net/?p=2565&preview=true
   6. http://computationalculture.net/?p=2463&preview=true
   7. http://computationalculture.net/?p=2474&preview=true
   8. http://computationalculture.net/?p=2476&preview=true
   9. http://computationalculture.net/?p=2557&preview=true
  10. http://computationalculture.net/?p=2568&preview=true
  11. http://computationalculture.net/?p=2602&preview=true
  12. http://computationalculture.net/?p=2490&preview=true
  13. http://computationalculture.net/?p=2485&preview=true
  14. http://computationalculture.net/?p=2488&preview=true
  15. http://computationalculture.net/?p=2446&preview=true
  16. http://computationalculture.net/?p=2607&preview=true
  17. http://computationalculture.net/?p=2480&preview=true
  18. http://www.goldsmiths.ac.uk/cultural-studies/staff/m-fuller.php
  19. https://www.facebook.com/centreforculturalstudies

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