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Critical Writing

5051 records
Title Author Publication Type Appears in Updatedsort descending Year
The Politics of the Libre Commons David M. Berry Article in an online journal 27.09.2016 2006
Orality Writing Vision Luigi Frezza Article or chapter in a book OLE Officina di Letteratura Elettronica: Lavori del Convegno, Napoli, Gennaio 2011 27.09.2016 2011
Networks, Margins and Centres Simon Biggs Article or chapter in a book 27.09.2016 2003
Holopoetry, Biopoetry and Digital Literature: Close Reading and Terminological Debates Roberto Simanowski Article or chapter in a book The Aesthetics of Net Literature: Writing, Reading and Playing in Programmable Media 27.09.2016 2007
Multimedia Criticism Eric Dean Rasmussen Article or chapter in a book 27.09.2016 2003

Authors

4785 records
Last name Middle name First name Updated
Pisarski Mariusz 13.10.2016
Stefans Kim Brian 13.10.2016
Memmott Talan 13.10.2016
Heldén Johannes 13.10.2016
Gendolla Peter 13.10.2016

Platform/Software

322 records
Title Publisher or organization Developers Year initiated Updatedsort descending
BASIC 1964 11.11.2016
The Wii 2006 11.11.2016
Mac OS X 2001 11.11.2016
Java 1995 11.11.2016
JavaScript 1995 11.11.2016

Events

675 records
Name Event Date City Country Updatedsort descending
Grand Text Auto Exhibition at the Krannert Art Museum 14.04.2009 Champaign United States 30.11.2016
Unbound: Speculations on the Future of the Book 03.05.2012 Cambridge United States 30.11.2016
First International Conference on Electronic Literature and Virtual Art in Madrid 05.10.2012 Madrid Spain 30.11.2016
Moving Words: An Exploration of Kinetic Poetry and Prose, 1984-2014 13.03.2014 Maynooth Ireland 30.11.2016
Text/ures: L’Objet-livre du Papier au Numérique 19.11.2014 Paris France 30.11.2016

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