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30 November 2022

29 November 2022

  • 19:5419:54, 29 November 2022 diff hist +131 LithographyNo edit summary
  • 19:4819:48, 29 November 2022 diff hist +16,131 N McLean 1972Created page with "McLean, Ruari. ''Victorian Book Design and Colour Printing.'' Berkeley: University of California Press, 1972. “Mechanical composition, and the many new faces introduced by the Linotype and Monotype companies, did not really begin to affect book design until the 1920s.” (3) “In 1837 the media of book illustration were, as they had been for nearly 400 years, the wood block and the copper plate, and since about 1800 steel had been used as a harder alternative to cop..." current
  • 19:4719:47, 29 November 2022 diff hist +128 Main Page→‎Book History

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10 November 2022

  • 17:5717:57, 10 November 2022 diff hist +22,324 N Soon and Cox 2020Created page with "Soon, Winnie and Geoff Cox. ''Aesthetic Programming: A Handbook of Software Studies.'' Open Humanities Press, 2020 https://aesthetic-programming.net/ …o offer critical reflection upon the practice of coding alone, instead it offers something more messy and at the same time more “useful” we would say: a book about the more complex and deeply entangled set of relations between writing, coding and thinking. Page 15 …etween available literature and the growing in..." current
  • 17:5617:56, 10 November 2022 diff hist +140 Main Page→‎Digital Humanities
  • 17:1417:14, 10 November 2022 diff hist +71,431 N Chun 2021Created page with "Chun, Wendy. ''Discriminating Data.'' 2021 == Introduction : how to destroy the world, one solution at a time == Hopeful ignorance is not the s tion but the problem: it perpetuates discrimination and inequality, one solution at a time. The problem is not that giant technology monopolies have disrupted habits, institutions, and norms in order to create new, unforeseen futures. The problem is that, in the name of “creative disrup- tion,” they are amplifying and auto..." current
  • 17:0917:09, 10 November 2022 diff hist +152 Main Page→‎Media / Digital Book Studies

2 November 2022

31 October 2022

  • 00:0300:03, 31 October 2022 diff hist +18,664 N Nakamura et al. 2021Created page with "Nakamura, Lisa, Hanah Stiverson, and Kyle Lindsey. ''Racist Zoombombing.'' New York: Routledge, 2021. Introduction We argue that the racism and misogyny that characterizes zoombomb- ing is the same racism and misogyny that the Internet has trafficked in from its origin. Zoombombing differs from more benign kinds of trolling such as DDOS (distributed denial of service) attacks be- cause it has intimate ties and critical engagements with the growth of the far-right, the..." current
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27 October 2022

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