Routledge Focus on IT & Society provides a showcase for cutting-edge scholarship on social aspects of technology and media. This truly interdisciplinary series offers a space for the emergence of offbeat ideas, works from different perspectives that open a window in the mind, methodological agnosticism, flexibility that operates above barriers to interdisciplinary work, and a focus on conceptual payoff of lasting value.
By Luke Munn
November 23, 2022
How do cables and data centers think? This book investigates how information infrastructures enact particular forms of knowledge. It juxtaposes the pervasive logics of speed, efficiency, and resilience with more communal and ecological ways of thinking and being, turning technical “solutions” back ...