Always already new : media, history and the data of culture / Lisa Gitelman.

"In Always Already New, Lisa Gitelman explores the newness of new media while she asks what it means to do media history. Using the examples of early recorded sound and digital networks, Gitelman challenges readers to think about the ways that media work as the simultaneous subjects and instrum...

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Main Author: Gitelman, Lisa.
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, [2006]
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