Book Talk

Amazon has finally made the Infrastructural City fully available on their site, roughly a month and a half after it first hit the U. S. shores. I’m not sure where the SNAFU was, but I’m relieved that it’s finally over albeit annoyed that we missed the Christmas sales season. 

On Monday I’ll begin a series of posts going into detail about Networked Publics and the Infrastructural City and focusing on the significance of the arguments we laid down in these books with respect to contemporary culture, in particular, new government policies on infrastructure and the Internet under the incoming Obama administration. Over the course of the next week, I’ll mix these with a discussion of the Zines show and panel at Studio-X.    

Amazon has finally made the Infrastructural City fully available on their site, roughly a month and a half after it first hit the U. S. shores. I’m not sure where the SNAFU was, but I’m relieved that it’s finally over albeit annoyed that we missed the Christmas sales season. 

On Monday I’ll begin a series of posts going into detail about Networked Publics and the Infrastructural City and focusing on the significance of the arguments we laid down in these books with respect to contemporary culture, in particular, new government policies on infrastructure and the Internet under the incoming Obama administration. Over the course of the next week, I’ll mix these with a discussion of the Zines show and panel at Studio-X.    

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