«Agrippa» and Other Hybrids in the Beginnings of Digital Culture
“…[This book] will become indispensable for the study of what the author states as the grounding of codes, and will certainly entice its readers to rethink their assumptions when exposed to our mutating activity of encoding/inscribing/recording and transmitting culture in all its institutionalized/professionalized areas, including the tech industry…”
—Luis Correa-Diaz, University of Georgia
“…[The book's] roundabout, thick description of the backalleys of digital culture and critical pursuit of what may appear to be momentary aberrations to acceptable, standardized digital reproduction effectively mobilizes recent philosophy of technology to unpack a series of persistent, unavoidable questions digital objects pose today…”
—Laura Shackelford, Associate Professor of English,
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