The spam book : on viruses, porn, and other anomalies from the dark side of digital culture / edited by Jussi Parikka, Tony D. Sampson.
Contributor(s): Parikka, Jussi 1976- | Sampson, Tony D.Material type: TextSeries: Hampton Press communication series : Communication alternatives. Publisher: Cresskill, N.J. Hampton Press c2009Description: x, 320 p. ill. 24 cm.ISBN: 9781572739161 (paperbound); 9781572739154 (hardbound); 1572739169 (paperbound); 1572739150 (hardbound).Subject(s): Computer viruses | Computers -- Moral and ethical aspects | Internet pornography | Internet pornography | Internet -- Moral and ethical aspects | Spam (Electronic mail) | Technology -- Moral and ethical aspects | Datavirus | Pornografi på Internet | SpamDDC classification: 303.48/34 Other classification: 303.4 | Oab
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 265-305) and index
Mutant and viral : artificial evolution and software ecology / John Johnston -- How networks become viral : three questions concerning universal contagion / Tony D. Sampson -- Extensive abstraction in digital architecture / Luciana Parisi -- Unpredictable legacies : viral games in the networked world / Roberta Buiani -- Archives of software--malicious code and the aesthesis of media accidents / Jussi Parikka -- Contagious noise : from digital glitches to audio viruses / Steve Goodman -- Toward an evil media studies / Matthew Fuller & Andrew Goffey -- Irregular fantasies, anomalous uses : pornography spam as boundary work / Susanna Paasonen -- Make porn, not war : how to wear the network's underpants / Katrien Jacobs -- Can desire go on without a body? : pornographic exchange as orbital anomaly / Dougal Phillips -- Robots.txt : the politics of search engine exclusion / Greg Elmer -- The internet treats censorship as a malfunction and routes around it : a new media approach to the study of state internet censorship / Richard Rogers -- On narcolepsy / Alexander R. Galloway & Eugene Thacker