New books, accumulated over the last few months. Some purchased, and some just appeared in the mail (thank you!!) In no particular order.
Goggin & Hjorth, Mobile Technologies: From Telecommunications to Media. Routledge
Paul Virilio, The University of Disaster. Polity.
Campanella Bracken and Skalski (eds) Immersed in Media: Telepresence in Everyday Life. Routledge.
Solove, Understanding Privacy. Harvard.
Vivian, Public Forgetting. Penn State.
Papacharissi (ed), A Networked Self: Identity, Community, and Culture in Social Network Sites. Routledge.
Turner, Ordinary People in the Media.
Crow, Longford, & Sawchuk (eds), The Wireless Spectrum. University of Toronto Press.
Currently reading: Qui Xiaolong, Death of a Red Heroine, a mystery recommended by Jennifer (thanks!). Though I am also inching my way through both Against the Day (which is taking years, I realize, which is not necessarily the book's fault) and Vineland by Pynchon. Finished Inherent Vice, which was fun.
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