Media Archaeology: Approaches, Applications, and Implications

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ILLUSTRATIONS
6.1.Baby Talkie124
6.2.The label on the Baby Talkie box132
6.3.Picture strips for Baby Talkie135
8.1.Screenshots of Pong (1972) and Gunfight (1975)172
8.2.Maneuver of a submarine evading a torpedo on a map of virtual events175
8.3.Illustrations to Licklider’s network plans177
8.4.Illustrations of Licklider’s optimized interaction178
9.1.The mercury delay tube (top image) and the Williams tube (bottom)197
10.1.Samuel Morse’s telegraph of 1840, built on an artist’s canvas stretcher219
10.2.Phonautograph traces224
10.3.Method of the optophone of Fournier d’Albe225
10.4.Yasunao Tone performs Geodesy for Piano at Mills College, 1972227
10.5.Mother and Baby, images and graphemes as employed by Tone in Molecular Music, 1982, and in Musica Iconologos, 1993229
10.6.Yasunao Tone, Wounded Manyo, a calligraphic drawing of a line from a Man’yo-shu poem using a WACOM tablet in Sound Designer II231
10.7.Jocelyn Robert, State of the Union, 2003, rear of installation with relays234
10.8.Jocelyn Robert, State of the Union, 2003234
12.1.The volcanograph electric bomb269
14.1.An example from Strachey’s plans for a second love letter generator317
14.2.A more complex sentence grammar from Strachey’s notes318

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