“Reflections on the MP3 Format”, Interview by Geert Lovink in Computational Culture.
I’m happy to announce a new special section of the International Journal of Communication, co-edited by Dylan Mulvin and me. The section was Dylan’s idea — part pun, part taking a metaphor seriously. Read it here. The International Journal of Communication Publishes a new Special Section on Temperature and Media Studies The 21st century will […]
My contribution for last summer’s “5 Minute Manifestoes” plenary for the 2014 Encuentro. It’s pretty self-explanatory. Now that I have a Vimeo account, I am posting some stuff that’s been sitting on my hard drive.
(coauthored with Dylan Mulvin) “The Low Acuity for Blue: Perceptual Technics and American Color Television,” Journal of Visual Culture 13:2 (August 2014): 118-138. This piece is the first of a pair of articles on colour television that Dylan Mulvin and I wrote together (the second has been accepted to Television and New Media and will appear in 2015 […]
New text in the inaugural issue of the new journal Media Industries.
(also available on wax cylinder, via 128kbps mp3): I returned home from Europe to find both my new books waiting for me. Although Amazon lists North American release dates in early August (and MP3 comes out on my birthday), the books are starting to reach people. MP3 is a gorgeous book and I have to […]
My new monograph MP3: The Meaning of a Format will be available in August. In the meantime, Duke University Press has posted the introduction on Scribd, so you don’t have to wait for the print copy or ebook to get a taste of the argument. Plus? The cover looks great.