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please refrain in the future from infesting the international bistream avec lo.tekk
+ inkompetent korporat fascist regurgitazie.


>Greetings members,
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>Anyone using targa or radius cards (old or new) and get good results ?




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>--this might interest you --two important books, from the
>storehouse of MIT Press. Dr. Peter Lunenfeld --net artist, working at Art
>Center College of Design (see he is writer/critic 
>-specialising in the history and theory of Imaging Technologies --edited
>another book, "The Digital Dialectic: New Essays on New Media" --published
>by MIT Press. David Hunt in the review of "The Digital Dialectic: New
>Essays on New Media" in ARTBYTE (see the Magazine
>of Digital Culture, Issue January-February 2000 has written "..Digital
>culture's promise of total connectivity, instant collapsing of space and
>time, and deluges of information at your fingertips proves to be its
>biggest shortcoming when evaluatng critical discourse.." Thank you.
>Date: Fri, 4 Aug 2000 16:17:37 -0400
>From: Jud Wolfskill <wolfskil@MIT.EDU>
>The Robot in the Garden
>Telerobotics and Telepistemology in the Age of the Internet
>edited by Ken Goldberg
>The Robot in the Garden initiates a critical theory of telerobotics and
>introduces telepistemology, the study of knowledge acquired at a distance.
>Many of our most influential technologies, the telescope, telephone, and
>television, were developed to provide knowledge at a distance. Telerobots,
>remotely controlled robots, facilitate action at a distance. Specialists
>use telerobots to explore actively environments such as Mars, the Titanic,
>and Chernobyl. Military personnel increasingly employ reconnaissance drones
>and telerobotic missiles. At home, we have remote controls for the garage
>door, car alarm, and television (the latter a remote for the remote).
>The Internet dramatically extends our scope and reach. Thousands of cameras
>and robots are now accessible online. Although the role of technical
>mediation has been of interest to philosophers since the seventeenth
>century, the Internet forces a reconsideration. As the public gains access
>to telerobotic instruments previously restricted to scientists and
>soldiers, questions of mediation, knowledge, and trust take on new
>significance for everyday life.
>7 x 9, 330 pp., 49 illus., cloth ISBN 0-262-07203-3
>A Leonardo Book
>Snap to Grid
>A User's Guide to Digital Arts, Media, and Cultures
>Peter Lunenfeld
>In Snap to Grid, an idiosyncratic guide to the interactive, telematic era,
>Peter Lunenfeld maps out the trajectories that digital technologies have
>traced upon our cultural imaginary. His evaluation of new media includes an
>impassioned discussion--informed by the discourses of technology,
>aesthetics, and cultural theory--of the digital artists, designers, and
>makers who matter most. "Snap to grid" is a command that instructs the
>computer to take hand-drawn lines and plot them precisely in Cartesian
>space. Users regularly disable this function the moment they open an
>application because the gains in predictability and accuracy are balanced
>against the losses of ambiguity and expressiveness. Lunenfeld uses "snap to
>grid" as a metaphor for how we manipulate and think about the electronic
>culture that enfolds us. In this book he snaps his seduction by the machine
>to the grid of critical thinking.
>7 x 9, 240 pp., 38 illus., cloth ISBN 0-262-12226-X

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