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"Tweeting @ Thoreau"

Walden is often championed as an anti-technology manifesto. But this misses the value Thoreau found in conversations spread across vast spans of time and distance.

Read full essay @ Boston Reivew

"From WIMP to ATLAS: Rhetorical Figures of Ubiquitous Computing"

Since the personal computing era, interface designers have structured user experiences around the WIMP framework: Windows, Icons, Menus, and Pointers. This article asks: which elements of interface design today might constitute the post-desktop counterpart to WIMP?

Read full article @ Computational Culture

Co-Edited Book

Augmented Reality: Innovative Perspectives across Art, Industry, and Academia stages a multidisciplinary conversation among digital rhetoricians, media artists, and technologists who offer ideas for understanding the impacts of AR on public space, political discourse, social norms, and cultural criticism.