John MacGregor Wise: focuses on the burgeoning technological assemblage of communication and information characterized by the Internet and cyberspace; draws on the philosophy of Deleuze and Guattari and the actor-network sociology of Latour; and brings together diverse examples from cyborg films, television, museums, cyberspace and debates over a new world information and communication order. In the last chapter, the possibilities and limitations of human agency within the new wired world are described.
|The Modern Episteme|
|Space and Agency in the Land of the Cyborgs|
|AT&T Builds the Bomb|
|From SDI to NII through the MSI|
|Rethinking the NIICO and the GII|
|Technology is License to Forget|