Understanding New Media: Augmented Knowledge and Culture

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Introduction xi
  • Acknowledgments xix
  • Part I - Technological Consequences: Invisibility 1
  • 1: Computers 3
  • 2: Mobility 23
  • 3: Miniaturization 33
  • Part II - Material Consequences: Virtuality 49
  • 4: Production 51
  • 5: Services 81
  • 6: Institutions 113
  • Part III: Organizational Consequences 139
  • 7: Organizations 141
  • 8: (Knowledge) Management 157
  • 9: Learning 179
  • Part IV: Intellectual Consequences 197
  • 10: Personal Knowledge 199
  • 11: Collaboration 209
  • 12: Enduring Knowledge 229
  • Part V - Philosophical Consequences: Spirituality 263
  • 13: Challenges 265
  • 14: Synthesis 297
  • 15: Conclusions 321
  • Epilogue: 1 343
  • Epilogue: 2 355
  • Appendix 1: Scientific Visualization 369
  • Appendix 2: New Fields Relating to Knowledge Organization 378
  • Appendix 3: New Fields Relating to Expert and Intelligent System (1942–2002) 386
  • Appendix 4: Just Imagin, by Japp Van till 388
  • Appendix 5: Just Imagin, by Japp Van till 390
  • Appendix 6: Syntax, Semanyics, and Grammar 392
  • Appendix 7: International Development 399
  • Appendix 8: Further Reading 417
  • Illustrations 473
  • Abbreviations 481
  • Notes 507
  • Index of Persons and Institutions 669
  • Index of Subjects 680
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