The Digital Condition: Class and Culture in the Information Network

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

A book is never the project of an isolated individual but depends profoundly on the help and assistance of many others. I am thankful for the support of my family—Robert, Christine, Terry, Vikki, Dennis, Christopher, Jim, Leslie, Allan, Debbie, and above all Kim—without which this project would not be possible. In addition, I thank everyone at Fordham University Press, including Michael Koch, Eric Newman, Mary-Lou Peña, and especially Fredric Nachbaur, for their interest in and support for this project. I would also like to recognize the many scholars who, at different times during the completion of this book, have offered advice and discussed the issues raised in the book with me.

In this book I have drawn material from an essay published in the e-book of the conference proceedings of the “Transforming Culture in the Digital Age” conference. Several texts on which I have drawn in different chatpers of this book were originally published in different versions in The Red Cri- tique. I would like to acknowledge the editors of both publications for their intellectual support.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • The Digital Condition xi
  • Introduction 1
  • One - The Spirit Technological 9
  • Two - Global Networks and the Materiality of Immaterial Labor 50
  • Three - Reading and Writing in the Digital Age 122
  • Four - The Ideology of the Digital Me 167
  • Notes 197
  • Works Cited 223
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