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Ackers, Suzanne. “Consciousness, Art and Media: Reflections on Mediated Experience.” In Pylkkanen ( Collections ), pp. 179-189.
Keywords: Charlotte Davies | computers and digital technology | John Harrison | literature—20 th C | mind | theory
  
Benkert, Lysbeth Em. “Using Science to Teach Fiction: Computers in the Literature Classroom.” In De Smith ( Collections ) , pp. 89-97.
Keywords: computers and digital technology | literature—general | pedagogy
  
Bernhofer, Martin. "Cyberscience - Was macht die Wissenschaft im Internet?.” Gegenworte 7 (2001): 27-31.
Keywords: computers and digital technology | internet
  
Bexte, Peter. "Somewhere else. Literarisches aus digitalisierten Welten.” Gegenworte 7 (2001): 59-62.
Keywords: computers and digital technology | literature—general
  
Chandler, Alfred D., Jr . Inventing the Electronic Century: The Epic Story of the Consumer Electronics and Computer Industries . New York : Free Press, 2001.
Keywords: computers and digital technology | internet | Science Studies
  
Craig, Robert. “Establishing New Boundaries for Special Effects: Robert Zemeckis's Contact and Computer-Generated Imagery.” JPFT 28 (Winter 2001): 158-165.
Keywords: Carl Sagan | computers and digital technology | film/TV | Robert Zemeckis
  
Del Grosso Destreti, Luigi. “Dal pianoforte al computer. Appunti (con luci e ombre) per una sociologia della tastiere.” Critica Sociologica 137 (February-April 2001): 212-31.
Keywords: computers and digital technology | music
  
Drucker, Johanna. “Digital Ontologies: The Ideality of Form in/and Code Storage: Or Can Graphesis Challenge Mathesis?” Leonardo 34, (2001): 141-145.
Keywords: | computers and digital technology
  
Ellrich, Lutz. "Die digitale Elite .” Gegenworte 7 (2001): 76-79.
Keywords: | computers and digital technology
  
Ericson, Gwen Rossmiller. Contemporary Cognition: Computers, Consciousness, and Self-definition in Cognitive Science and late 20 th Century Fiction. Ph.D. Dissertation: Saint Louis University, 2001.
Keywords: anthropology | computers and digital technology | Don DeLillo | literature--20th C | Neal Stephenson | neuroscience | Poul Anderson | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | Richard Powers | science fiction | Susan Daitch
  
Faigley, Lester. “Understanding Popular Digital Literacies: Metaphors for the Internet.” In Trimbur ( Collections ) , pp. 248-263.
Keywords: computers and digital technology | internet | metaphor
  
Fort, Lilian. “El hipertexto y la vigencia de las utopias sociales.” In Medina ( Collections ) , pp. 176-188.
Keywords: computers and digital technology | cybernetics | hypertext | Immanuel Kant | Karl Marx | utopia
  
Groden, Michael. “Introduction to ‘James Joyce's Ulysses in Hypermedia.” J Mod Lit 24 (2001): 359-362.
Keywords: computers and digital technology | hypertext | James Joyce | literature--20th C
  
Grötschel, Martin. "Mein digitaler Traum.” Gegenworte 8 (2001): 10-16.
Keywords: | computers and digital technology
  
Himanen, Pekka. The Hacker Ethic and the Spirit of the Information Age. London: Secker & Warburg, 2001.
Keywords: computers and digital technology | ethics | information technology
  
Imhof, Arthur E. "Papiergeschichte reicht nicht mehr aus.” Gegenworte 7 (2001): 49-53.
Keywords: computers and digital technology | Science Studies
  
Jáuregui, Carlos. “Writing Communities on the Internet: Textual Authority and Territorialization.” In Paz ( Collections ) , pp. 288-300.
Keywords: computers and digital technology | internet | literature—20th C
  
Johnston, John “Distributed Information: Complexity Theory in the Novels of Neal Stephenson and Linda Nagata.” Science Fiction Studies 28 (July 2001): 223-245.
Keywords: allegory | artificial intelligence | Biological Sciences | Bruce Sterling | chaos | computers and digital technology | Linda Nagata | nanotechnology | Neal Stephenson | rhetoric of science | science fiction | theory | Turing machines
  
Johnston, John. “From Video to the Web: New Media Yesterday and Tomorrow: An Interview with Barbara London.” Art Papers 25 (Nov.-Dec. 2001): 25-29.
Keywords: computers and digital technology | technology | visual arts--20th century
  
Keefe, Daniel F., Daniel A. Feliz, Tomer Moscovich, David H. Laidlaw, Joseph J. LaViola, Jr. “Cave Painting: A Fully Immersive 3D Artistic Medium and Interactive Experience.” In Proceedings: 2001 ACM Symposium on Interactive 3D Graphics , 85-93. New York : ACM Press, 2001.
Keywords: computers and digital technology | hypertext | visual arts—computer art
  
Keitel, Evelyne. “Erzählen in den Zeiten des Internet: Literarische Hypertexte und multimediale Spielewelten.” In Helbig ( Collections ), pp. 253-267.
Keywords: computers and digital technology | hypertext | internet | literature—general
  
Kendrick, Michelle. “Interactive Technology and the Remediation of the Subject of Writing.” Configurations 9 (2001): 231-251.
Keywords: computers and digital technology | mind
  
Kittler, Friedrich A. “Computer Graphics: A Semi-Technical Introduction.” Grey Room 2 (Winter 2001): 30-45.
Keywords: computers and digital technology | visual arts--computer art
  
Laszlo, Pierre. "Akademische Lehre im Zeitalter des Internets.” Gegenworte 7 (2001): 38-41.
Keywords: computers and digital technology | internet
  
London, Barbara. “Digital Art Takes Shape at MoMA.” Leonardo 34, no. 2 (2001): 95-99.
Keywords: computers and digital technology | internet | museums | visual art--20th C
  
Mahoney, Michael S. “Boys' Toys and Women's Work: Feminism Engages Software.” In Creager ( Collections ), pp. 169-185.
Keywords: computers and digital technology | gender studies
  
Mateas, Michael. “Expressive AI: A Hybrid Art and Science Practice.” Leonardo 34, no. 2 (2001): 147-53.
Keywords: artificial intelligence | computers and digital technology | visual arts--20th C
  
Miller, J. Hillis. “Will Literary Study Survive the Globalisation of the University and the New Regime of Telecommunications ?” REALB [note: REAL: The Yearbook of Research in English and American Literature 17 (2001): 373-386.
Keywords: computers and digital technology | literature—general | theory
  
Millner, Jacqueline. “Patricia Piccinini: Love in the Time of Intelligent Machines.” Artlink 21 (Dec. 2001): 42-47.
Keywords: artificial intelligence | computers and digital technology
  
Munster, Anna. “Collaboration, Intersection or Hybridisation? Interfacing Art, Science and New Media. Artlink 21, (Sept. 2001): 19-23.
Keywords: computers and digital technology | visual arts--20th C
  
Parisi, Luciana, and Tiziana Terranova. “A Matter of Affect: Digital Images and the Cybernetic Re-Wiring of Vision .” Parallax 7 (October-December 2001): 122-127.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | computers and digital technology | cybernetics | film/TV | theory
  
Potts, Colin. “Metaphors of Intent.” In Proceedings: 5th IEEE International Symposium on Requirements Engineering 31-38. Los Alamitos , CA : IEEE Computer Society, 2001.
Keywords: computers and digital technology | linguistics | metaphor | rhetoric of science
  
Reid, Alex. “Panoptic Technologies and Machinic Becomings.” CultureMachine [note: Culture Machine: Generating Research in Culture and Theory] 3 (2001): no pagination.
Keywords: computers and digital technology | cybernetics | theory
  
Rieger, Simone. "'Leibniz digital' - neue Wege in der Editionsarbeit. Bericht aus der Akademie .” Gegenworte 7 (2001): 73-75.
Keywords: computers and digital technology | Gottfried W. Leibniz | literature—general
  
Rohrer, Tim. “Even the Interface is for Sale : Metaphors, Visual Blends and the Hidden Ideology of the Internet.” In Dervin (Collections), pp. 189-214.
Keywords: computers and digital technology | internet | metaphor
  
Rötzer, Florian. "Das Internet - Demokratisierung oder Balkanisierung?” Gegenworte 7 (2001): 17-20.
Keywords: computers and digital technology | internet | Science Studies
  
Ryan, Marie-Laure . Narrative as Virtual Reality: Immersion and Interactivity in Literature and Electronic Media. Baltimore and London : Johns Hopkins University Press, 2001.
Keywords: Charles Baudelaire | computers and digital technology | film/TV | Italo Calvino | Michael Joyce | narrative | Neal Stephenson | virtual reality
  
Seidlmayer, Stephan. "Computer im alten Ägypten. Aus der Urgeschichte der Datenverarbeitung.” Gegenworte 7 (2001): 69-72.
Keywords: | computers and digital technology
  
Selfe, Dickie, April Chapman, Allan Heaps, Heather Kreager, Brian Neuwirth, and Alanna Smith. “What Are We Doing to Ourselves? (Some Material Practices of Digital Publishing).” In New Worlds, New Words: Exploring Pathways for Writing about and in Electronic Environments , John F. Barber and Dene Grigar, eds., 307-348. Cresskill , NJ : Hampton , 2001.
Keywords: | computers and digital technology
  
Siebert, Carsten. "Auf den Power Point gebracht. Der Triumph der Anschauungskraft über die reine Vernunft.” Gegenworte 7 (2001): 64-67.
Keywords: | computers and digital technology
  
Skogerson, Gretchen L. “Embodying Robotic Art: Cybernetic Cinematics .” IEEE Multimedia 8, no. 3 (2001): 4-7.
Keywords: computers and digital technology | cybernetics | film/TV | robots
  
Sorokina, Tatiana. “El papel de la tecnología hipertextual en la actualidad.” In Las miradas de la crítica: Los discursos de la cultura hoy, Rosaura Hernández Monroy, Manuel F, Medina, and Javier Durán, eds., 345-357. Azcapotzalco, Mexico: Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, 2001.
Keywords: computers and digital technology | hypertext | literature—general
  
Sorokina, Tatiana. “Transformaciones en los conceptos de interprete y autor en las condiciones del registro electrónico hipertextual.” In Medina , pp. 166-175.
Keywords: computers and digital technology | hypertext | literature--general
  
Sourin, Alexei. “Functionally Based Virtual Computer Art.” In Proceedings: 2001 ACM Symposium on Interactive 3D Graphics , 77-84. New York : ACM Press, 2001.
Keywords: computers and digital technology | visual arts—computer art
  
Sprott, Julien Clinton. “Can a Computer Produce and Critique Art?” Leonardo 34, no. 4 (2001): 369.
Keywords: computers | computers and digital technology | fractals | visual arts--20th century | visual arts--computer art
  
Strasma, Kip. “Emerging Pedagogy: Teaching Digital Hypertexts in Social Contexts .” CoC [note; Computers and Composition: An International Journal for Teachers of Writing] 18 (2001): 257-274.
Keywords: computers and digital technology | hypertext | narrative | pedagogy | social sciences
  
Thacker, Eugene. “The Science Fiction of Technoscience: The Politics of Simulation and a Challenge for New Media Art.” Leonardo 34, no. 2 (2001): 155-58.
Keywords: biotechnology | computers and digital technology | science fiction | technology | visual arts--20th C
  
Tosca, Susana Pajares. “ Condiciones Extremas : Digital Science Fiction from Colombia .” In Paz ( Collections ), pp. 270-287.
Keywords: computers and digital technology | Juan B. Gutiérrez | science fiction
  
Unemi, Tatsuo, and Eiichi Nakada. “A Tool for Composing Short Music Pieces by Means of Breeding.” In Proceedings: 2001 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics , vol. 5, Terry Bahill, ed., 3458-3463. Piscataway, NY: IEEE, 2001.
Keywords: computers and digital technology | music
  
Wawra, Steffen. "Die selektive Wirkung der Digitalisierung.” Gegenworte 7 (2001): 21-25.
Keywords: | computers and digital technology
  
Zetzsche, Indre, and Christoph Kehl. "Von digitalen Zauberlehrlingen und Text-DJs.” Gegenworte 7 (2001): 43-45.
Keywords: | computers and digital technology
  
Zimmerman, Guy W., and Dena E. Eber. “When Worlds Collide! An Interdisciplinary Course in Virtual Reality Art.” SIGCSE Bulletin (2001): 75-79.
Keywords: computers and digital technology | pedagogy | virtual reality | visual arts—computer art