The Consequences of Information: Institutional Implications of Technological Change
Edward Elgar Publishing, 1 janv. 2007 - 216 pages
Jannis Kallinikos analyzes the recent spectacular growth of information and the self-propelling processes through which technological information is increasingly generated out of the reshuffling and recombination of available and interoperable information
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Page vii - The ecology of things used to enforce an economy of signs. The technology of information, however, has loosed a profusion of signs, and there is by now a rising sense of alarm about the flood of information that, instead of irrigating the culture, threatens to ravage it.