Here is the fifth edition of my bibliography. I have reorganised according to the medium of publication, which is how it shall be formatted in the final document. I shall keep updating it here, so the date will continue to change on this entry!
Anders, P. (2001) Extending Architecture through Electronic Media in Speed, C. Grinsted, G. (eds.) V01D, I-DAT, Liquid Press, Plymouth, UK
Axelrod, R. (2000) On Six Advances in Cooperation Theory, Analyse & Kritik 1/2000, pp. 130-151
Benyon, D. et al. Editors. (1999) Social Navigation of Information Space, Springer-Verlag, London
Borden, I. et al. Editors. (2001) The Unknown City: Contesting Architecture and Social Space, MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, USA
Bronowski, J. (1973) The Ascent of Man, Little, Brown, Toronto, Canada
Burrell, J. and Gay, G. (2001) Collectively Defining Context in a Mobile, Networked Computing Environment, CHI 2001 Extended Abstracts
Chwe, M. S. (2001) Rational Ritual: Culture, Coordination and Common Knowledge, Princeton University Press, USA
Dahlback, N. (1998) On Spaces and Navigation In and Out of the Computer, Towards a Framework for Design and Evaluation of Navigation in Electronic Spaces (pp. 15-29), HUMLE Laboratory, Swedish Institute of Computer Science, Sweden
Debord, G. (1958) Theory of the Derive in Dahou, M. et al. (eds.) Internationale Situationiste 2 (1999) tr. K. Knabb, Paris, France
Dourish, P. and Chalmers, M. (1994) Running out of space: Models of information navigation, Proceedings for HCI ’94, Glasgow, UK
Gibson, W. (1981) Neuromancer (1995), Harper Collins, London, UK
Goffman, E. (1984) The presentation of self in everyday life (1959), Penguin Books, Harmondsworth, UK
Hardey, M. (2002) Life beyond the screen: embodiment and identity through the Internet, Sociological Review, Nov 2002, Vol.50, No.4, pp. 570-585
Hardin, G. (1968) The Tragedy of the Commons Science 162, pp. 1243-1248
Kortuem, G. et al. (2001) When Peer-to-Peer Comes Face-to-Face: Collaborative Peer-to-Peer Computing in Mobile Ad hoc Networks, International Conference on Peer-to-Peer Computing (P2P2001), Linkoping, Sweden, 27-29 August 2001
Johnson, S. (2001) Emergence: The connected lives of ants, brains, cities and software, Penguin Books, London, UK
Manovich, L. (2001) The Language of New Media, MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, USA
Mitchell, W J. (2003) ME++: The networked city and the cyborg self, MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, USA
Negropente, N. (2000) Being Digital (1995), Hodder & Stoughton, London
Norretranders, T. (1998) The User Illusion: Cutting Consciousness Down to Size (1991) tr. J. Sydenham, Viking Press, Denmark
Palen, L. Salzman M. & Youngs, E. (2001) Discovery and Integration of Mobile Communications in Everyday Life, Personal and Ubiquitous Computing Jounal, Volume 5: pp. 109-122
Rheingold, H. (2002) Smart Mobs: the next social revolution, Perseus Books, Cambridge, MA, USA
Sadler, S. (1998) The Situationist City, MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, USA
Schneider, J. et al. (2000) Disseminating Trust Information in Wearable Communities, 2nd International Symposium on Handheld and Ubiquitous Computing (HUC2K), Bristol, UK, 25-27 September 2000
Smith, D. ‘Amazon reviewers brought to book’ The Observer 15 February 2004, International Section pp. 1
Speed, C. (2003) Extending Social Navigation, methods and strategies for overlapping digital and actual environments, Mphil/PhD Transfer Report, School of Computing, Communications and Electronics University of Plymouth, UK
Stephenson, N. (1992) Snow Crash (1994), RoC, London, UK
Svensson, M. (1998) Social Navigation, Towards a Framework for Design and Evaluation of Navigation in Electronic Spaces (pp. 75-88), HUMLE Laboratory, Swedish Institute of Computer Science, Sweden
Wellman, B. (2001) Physical Place and CyberPlace: The Rise of Personalised Networking, International Journal of Urban and Regional Research Issue 25: pp. 227-252
Wurman, R. (2001) Information Anxiety 2, New Riders, IN, USA
Perella, S. (28 November 2002) Hypersurface Architecture: Existence Within Planes Of Immanence, University of Plymouth, UK
Adar, E. and Huberman, A. Free Riding on Gnutella visited 24/03/04.
Aula CoolTown. Visited 12/11/03.
Cellspace, MEME 4.03, David S. Bennahum, visited 30/01/04.
New mobile message craze spreads, BBC News, World Edition, updated: 4/11/03 11:53 GMT, visited 6/11/03.
Demos Location-aware mobiles will be ‘killer app’ visited 14/01/04.
Dodgeball A location-based social networking application, visited 9/01/04.
Of Other Spaces (1967), Heterotopias Michel Foucault, originally published in October 1984 by French journal Architecture /Mouvement/ Continuité. Visited 15/01/04.
ImaHima: A mixed reality portal. Visited 03-04/04.
Predictive Deduction: Expanding the Arsenal of Science, Chris Lang, 1998-1999. Visited 5/02/04.
The Poetics of Augmented Space [word document]. Manovich, L. Written in 2002. Visited 19/12/03.
Mogi: A mixed reality collection game. Visited 03/04.
Online Journalism Review, Moblogs Seen as a Crystal Ball for a New Era in Online Journalism, posted by Rheingold, H. 07/09/03, visited 16/02/04.
The Dance of Bits and Atoms Pentland, A. Personal profile page, The MediaLab, MIT. Visited 13/02/04.
On the mobile Plant, S. receiver, issue 6, Vodafone, 2002. Visited 16/10/03.
Rafael, V. The Cell Phone and the Crowd: Messianic Politics in the Contemporary Philippines, visited 3/02/04.
Mobile virtual communities, Rheingold, H. receiver, issue 6, Vodafone, 2002. Visited 16/10/03.
A Group Is Its Own Worst Enemy, Shirky, C. Published July 1, 2003 on the “Networks, Economics, and Culture” mailing list at http://www.shirky.com/. Visited 19/01/04.
Slashdot visited 11/02/04.
Social Networking Software, A VC: Musings of a VC in NYC, visited 3/11/03.
Thackara, J. Pervasive Computing, receiver, issue 5, Vofafone, 2002. Visited 16/10/03.
Towards a Framework for Design and Evaluation of Navigation in Electronic Spaces, HUMLE Laboratory, Swedish Institute of Computer Science, visited 30/10/03.
Urban Tapestries. Visited 14/11/03.
Viola, B. Going forth by day, Deutsche Guggenheim, Berlin 2002, J. Hanhardt and M Villaseñor Organisers. Visited at Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum NYC, USA, November 2002.
Speed, C. Spacelapse, University of Plymouth, UK, 2001.
Speed, C. The Random Lift Button, The Cybrid at Portland Square, University of Plymouth, Plymouth, UK, 2003.
Posted by Sam at February 27, 2004 02:47 PM