Tag overview for: 'mediaarcheology'
Entries on this site with 'mediaarcheology'
- Bell Gothic
The venerable Bell Gothic , geometric and very quirky. It was designed by Linotype's Chauncey Griffith for AT&T's phone books in 1938. It was supposed to be economical
- Screenshots as Historical Documents
Max Wohlleber presents a series of photos (within photos) of screenshots in context, showing how the media archeaological nature of interfaces have a similar effect to the
- Watching desks grow
Rather "paperless" and naive but cute time-lapse of changes in " The Evolution of the Desk ".
- USB Legacy Floppy Controller
Device Side Data have built a USB 5.25" floppy controller . It's read-only but it supports all kinds of antique formats (Apple, C64, DOS, TI-99, etc.) and runs on Linux.
- Writing Machines
Nietzsche's Typewriter An Excerpt From Kittler's - Gramophone, Film, Typewriter Matthew Kirschenbaum is researching the history of word processing , including juicy bits a
- Interview in Vienna
Matthias Tarasiewicz made an interview with me while I was in Vienna for Coded Cultures this year. I touch on a whole range of topics including motivations for and ap
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