Mute Vol. 1 No. 15: Y2K Positive: Bring Your Own Media

Mute Vol. 1 No. 15: Y2K Positive: Bring Your Own Media
Author: Josephine Berry Slater (Ed.)
Publisher: Mute Publishing
Language: English
Pages: ISSN: 1356-7748
Size: -
Weight: 500 g
Binding: Softcover
Price: €8.00
Product Description

Billboard posters, pull-out magazines, newspaper and TV advertising can leave you in no doubt: the European Internet revolution is here. Reeling from mixed media fanfare over the latest e-commerce company's IPO, you'd be forgiven for forgetting that only two years ago news of the Web's demise, of the end of the hype and the honeymoon, was the order of the day. In this issue of Mute our contributors bring their own media.

E-Commerce gets Real
By Mute Editor
All the World in Earshot
By James Flint
Hardbag House
By Imogen O'Rorke
Netting Fortress Europe
By Florian Schneider
Bluetooth, Destroyer of Holes
By Sheep T. Iconoclast
Defying Eternity And The Hereafter (D.E.A.T.H.)
By Josephine Berry
Alongside US, Them
By Jamie King
Rhyme and Reason
By Simon Worthington
Making the Right Connections
By Dr. Future
I am the Mayor of London (The crowds outside are going wild.)
By Matthew Fuller
Deus ex Machina ("Don't simulate the world, simulate what people think is the real world.")
By John Paul Bichard
The Mute Text Monument to the Second Millennium
By Mute contributors
Giving History the Gaussian Blur
By Tom McCarthy
Venturing onto the Net
By Peter Carty
Thin Client Surfing
By Pauline van Mourik Broekman
Electric Dreams
By James Flint
By Mark Fisher
Days Between Stations
By Tom McCarthy
1000 Years of Sound and Space
By Hari Kunzru