Monthly Archives: March 2012

Archive Fever.

An Archive is essentially storing and organising information so it is easily accessible at a later date. Examples of archiving can be found through out history from Ancient Roman manuscripts to your itunes collection. With archiving comes a certain sense … Continue reading

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Assemblages

An Assemblage at its simplest definition is “an assembling of elements or relations”. The concept of Assemblages is derived from Latour’s ‘ Actor Network Theory’ or ANT. One of ANT’s key concept is that of the “flat ontology” meaning no … Continue reading

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Modes Of Publishing.

Modes of Publishing are becoming far more diverse and multifaceted. In the modern world traditional modes of publishing are having to compete with more technological based, multimedia platforms. No longer does wanting to get your book or article published mean … Continue reading

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Publishing: E-Readers and iPads.

Publishing is defined by wikipedia as the process of production and dissemination of literature  or information the activity of making information available to the general public. In this modern technological world the very notions of publishing and printing have come into question in the … Continue reading

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