The news institution of the digital era as a linked archive: equal parts news provider and information portal.
Ryan Cordell, co-director of the Viral Texts project, speaks about his work uncovering pieces that “went viral” in nineteenth-century newspapers and magazines.
Thomas DeFrantz “wonders at the intertwining of African American social dances and political leadership, conceived as the bodies of elected officials.”
Culture understood as the “terrain of struggle for interpretive power” needs to take into consideration its relocation and reconfiguration in new media and technologies.
Miguel Sicart looks at the culture, aesthetics, and technological implications of play in the age of computers.
John Palfrey on how the digital generation is different from its analog ancestor and whether they have different notions of privacy, community, and identity.