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Transductions: Bodies and Machines at Speed

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What do the patented data structures embedded deep in the code of an online computer game or the massively complicated architecture of the latest supercomputer used to simulate nuclear explosions have to do with culture, life or meaning? Why does technology attract such wildly differing responses - from fervour to boredom to distrust?



Transductions explores these questions
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Paperback, 248 pages
Published September 27th 2006 by Bloomsbury Academic (first published August 7th 2002)
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Excellent cultural studies text. Addresses the acceleration of society and how technologies both define and are redefined through interaction with humanity.
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