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‘Cyber-safety': what are we actually talking about?


By Glen Fuller, University of Canberra This article was written by Fibreculture editor Glen Fuller and originally published by The Conversation. It has some relevance to Issue 22:Trolls and the Negative Space of the Internet that Glen co-edited with Jason Wilson and Christain McCrea and is republished here with permission under a CC-BY-ND licence. Please…

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FCJMesh-003 : On Networked Utopias and Speculative Futures 3/3


This is the third of three in a series of rejoinders commissioned from the Authors of FCJ Issue 20: Networked Utopias and Speculative Futures ahead of a launch and workshop based on the issue, the forthcoming ‘Trolls CFP’, and the future of publishing and FCJ. This rejoinder is written by Rowen Wilken of Swinburne University of…

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FCJMesh-002 : On Networked Utopias and Speculative Futures 2/3


This is the second of three rejoinders commissioned from the Authors of Issue 20 Networked Utopias and Speculative Futures ahead of a launch and workshop based on the issue, the forthcoming ‘Trolls CFP’, and the future of publishing. This rejoinder is written by Andrew White of University of Nottingham Ningbo China. Andrew authored FCJ-145 Temporal…

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FCJMesh-001 : On Networked Utopias and Speculative Futures 1/3


This is the first of three in a series of rejoinders commissioned from the Authors of FC-20 Networked Utopias and Speculative Futures ahead of a launch and workshop based on the issue, the forthcoming ‘Trolls CFP’, and the future of publishing. This rejoinder is written by Heather Davis of Concordia University.  Heather co-authored of FCJ-143 Ouvert/Open: Common…

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Mesh – Speculations and Submissions


FCJ Mesh has been launched of a desire to foster a more agile space of  speculation, provocation, and mobilisation of the kind of deep transdisciplinary theory and analysis published here in The Fibreculture Journal, in like Journals, and increasingly…well… everywhere online. What we might have once called ‘grey’ or ‘precarious’ literature – the always vital…

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September 20, 2012

Connections

Why experiment? A critical analysis of the values behind digital scholarly publishing


This is the introduction to a paper published at the Open Reflections blog published by Janneke Adema who is completing a PhD at Coventry University. Janneke discusses our own Open Humanities Press amongst other examples in an account of  digital publishing in the humanities as performing an experimental role rather than simply and instrumental one. Janneke…

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September 22, 2012
Mon Sept 24th Trolling Utopia – An FCJ Launch and Workshop


To celebrate the launch of Issue 20 of The Fibreculture Journal “Networked Utopias and Speculative Futures” we invite you to a workshop gathering to explore the themes raised by the Issue (twenty.fibreculturejournal.org) and to engage those themes in open speculation and provocation regarding the possible futures and future directions for FCJ after 10 Years and…

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September 20, 2012
Inflexions No.5


Inflexions No.5: Gilbert Simondon – Milieus, Techniques, Aesthetics. Node edited by M-P Boucher, P. Harrop Tangents edited by Troy Rhoades Interface Design by R.T. Simon. Gilbert Simondon: Milieus, Techniques, Aesthetics is intended as a precursor to the forthcoming English translations of his work on technical objects and individuation. We seek to elicit the necessary tools…

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September 20, 2012
‘Cyber-safety': what are we actually talking about?


By Glen Fuller, University of Canberra This article was written by Fibreculture editor Glen Fuller and originally published by The Conversation. It has some relevance to Issue 22:Trolls and the Negative Space of the Internet that Glen co-edited with Jason Wilson and Christain McCrea and is republished here with permission under a CC-BY-ND licence. Please…

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March 3, 2014