The book was written collaboratively by ten authors and focuses on a single line of now-unfamiliar code.
Co-authors will discuss the nature of their collaboration facilitated by structured conversations and writing done online and in person.
In this issue of In Medias Res, we look at media and technology in the farm worker movement…and much more.
The games showcased in this exhibit demonstrate that there is a wide variety of approaches one can follow in adapting literary works into games.
“Reading reviews and playing games at least a bit with your children is a good way to be aware of what these games are like,” says Nick Montfort.
Does it still make sense to distinguish the roles of museums, galleries, and spaces for exhibition from those of archives and repositories?
Adding these neglected levels — programming and computing systems — to digital media studies can help to advance the field.