The essays in Small Tech" investigate the cultural impact of
digital tools and provide fresh perspectives on mobile technologies
such as iPods, digital cameras, and PDAs and software functions
like cut, copy, and paste and WYSIWYG. Together they advance new
thinking about digital environments.
Contributors: Wendy Warren Austin, Edinboro U; Jim Bizzocchi,
Simon Fraser U; Collin Gifford Brooke, Syracuse U; Paul Cesarini,
Bowling Green State U; Veronique Chance, U of London; Johanna
Drucker, U of Virginia; Jenny Edbauer, Penn State U; Robert A.
Emmons Jr., Rutgers U; Johndan Johnson-Eilola, Clarkson U; Richard
Kahn, UCLA; Douglas Kellner, UCLA; Karla Saari Kitalong, U of
Central Florida; Steve Mann, U of Toronto; Lev Manovich, U of
California, San Diego; Adrian Miles, RMIT U; Jason Nolan, Ryerson
U; Julian Oliver; Mark Paterson, U of the West of England, Bristol;
Isabel Pedersen, Ryerson U; Michael Pennell, U of Rhode Island;
Joanna Castner Post, U of Central Arkansas; Teri Rueb, Rhode Island
School of Design; James J. Sosnoski; Lance State, Fordham U; Jason
Swarts, North Carolina State U; Barry Wellman, U of Toronto; Sean
D. Williams, Clemson U; Jeremy Yuille, RMIT U.
Byron Hawk is assistant professor of English at George Mason
David M. Rieder is assistant professor of English at North
Carolina State University.
Ollie Oviedo is associate professor of English at Eastern New
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