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Adorno, 1991 Adorno, J. (1991). The culture industry. New York: Routledge. Not Reviewed
Anderson, 1993 Anderson, P. B., Holmquist, B. and Jensen, F. J. (eds.) (1993). The computer as medium. New York: Cambridge University Press. Not Reviewed
Barthes, 1980 Barthes, R. (1980). Camera lucida: Reflections on photography. Translated by Richard Howard. New York: Hill and Wang. Not Reviewed
Bohman, 2010 Bohman, James, "Critical Theory", The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (Spring 2010 Edition), Edward N. Zalta (ed.), Accessed at on 2011.07.11. Reviewed
Bosse, 2006 Bosse, T., Jonker, C.M., Schut, M.C. and Treur, J. (2006). Collective representational content for shared extended mind. Cognitive Systems Research 7(2-3), 151-179. Not Reviewed
Bottero, 1987 Bottero, Jean (1987). Mesopotamia: Writing, reasoning and the gods. Translated by Zainab Bahrani and Marc vand de Mieroop. Chicago: Chicago University Press. Not Reviewed
Brier, 2007 Brier, S & Brier, S. (2007) Cybersemiotics: Why Information Is Not Enough. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. Not Reviewed
Brown, 2002 Brown, J. S. and Duguid, P. (2002). The social life of information. Boston: Harvard Business School Press. Not Reviewed
Chandler, 1995 Chandler, Daniel (1995). The act of writing: A media theory approach. Aberystwith: University of Wales. Not Reviewed
Chandler, 2007 Chandler, D. (2007). Semiotics: The basics. New York: Rutledge. Not Reviewed
Clark, 1998 Clark, A. and Chalmers, D. (1998). The extended mind. Analysis, 58, pp. 10-23. Downloaded from on October 31, 2009. Reviewed
Clark, 2003 Clark, A. (2003). Natural-born cyborgs: Minds, technologies and the future of human intelligence. New York: Oxford University Press, Inc. Reviewed
Clark, 2008 Clark, A. (2008). Supersizing the mind:Embodiment, action and cognitive extension. New York:Oxford University Press, Inc. Reviewed
Danesi, 2007 Danesi, M. (2007). The quest for meaning: A guide to semiotic theory and practice. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. Not Reviewed
De Kerckhove, 1995 De Kerckhove, D. (1995). The skin of culture: Investigate the new electronic reality. Toronto: Somerville House. Not Acquired
De Kerckhove, 1997 De Kerchhove, D. (1997). Connected intelligence: The arrival of the web society. Toronto: Somerville House. Not Acquired
Fries, 1945 Fries, H. (1945). Mediation in cultural perspective. In American Journal of Economics and Sociology 4(4), 449-460. Not Reviewed
Gabora, 2007 Gabora, L. (2007). The cultural evolution of situated cognition. Cognitive Systems Research 9(1-2) 104-114. Not Reviewed
Gardiner, 2002 Gardiner, W. L. (2002). A history of media. Victoria, BC: Trafford. Reviewed
Gardiner, 2008 Gardiner, W. L. (2008). The psychology of communication. Victoria, BC: Trafford. Not Reviewed
Gibson, 1986 Gibson, William. (1986). Neuromancer. New York: Berkley Publishing Group. Not Reviewed
Gibson, 1990 Gibson, W. and Sterling, B. (1990). The difference engine. London: Victor Gollancz. Reviewed
Gilgamesh, 2002 Penguin Classics (2002). The epic of Gilgamesh: The Babylonian epic poem and other texts in Akkadian and Sumerian. Translated by Andrew George. London: Penguin Books Ltd. Not Reviewed
Gladwell, 2005 Gladwell, M. (2005). Blink: The power of thinking without thinking (audio CD version). Portland, ME: Audiofile. Not Reviewed
Hansen, 2006 Hansen, M. B. N. (2006). New philosophy for new media. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press. Not Reviewed
Hayles, 1999 Hayles, N. K. (1999). How we became posthuman: Virtual bodies in cybernetics, literature, and informatics. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press. Not Reviewed
Heim, 1999 Heim, M. (1999). Electric language: A philosophical study of word processing (2e). London: Yale University Press. Reviewed
Hofstadter, 2009 Hofstadter, D. (2009). Presidential lecture: Analogy as the core of cognition. Downloaded from on March 5, 2010. Reviewed
Hofstadter, 2013 Hofstadter, D. and Sander, E. (2013). Surfaces and essences: Analogy as the fuel and fire of thinking. Somewhere: Basic Books. Not Reviewed
Innis, 2008 Innis, H. (2008). The bias of communication (2e). Toronto: Toronto University Press. Not Reviewed
Jackson, 2009 Jackson, M. (2009). The mash-up: A new archetype for communication. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 14(3), 730-734. Reviewed
Jensen, 2009 Jensen, C. B. and Rödje, K. (Eds) (2009). Deleuzian intersections: Science, technology, anthropology. New York: Berghahn Books. Not Reviewed
Jhally, 1993 Jhally, S. (1993). Communications and the materialist conception of history: Marx, Innis and technology. In The Australian Journal of Media & Culture 7(1). Accessed at god-knows-where on January 18, 2009. Not Reviewed
Kahneman, 2011 Kahneman, Daniel. (2011). Thinking, fast and slow. Toronto: Doubleday Canada. Not Reviewed
Karaganis, 2007 Karaganis, J. (Ed.) (2007). Structures of participation in digital culture. New York: Social Science Research Council. Not Reviewed
Kittler, 1999 Kittler, F. (1999). Gramophone, film, typewriter. Translated by Geoffry Winthrop-Young and Michael Wutz. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press. Not Reviewed
Kroker, 1993 Kroker, A. (1993). Spasm: Virtual reality, android music, electric flesh. New York: St. Martin's Press. Not Acquired
Kroker, 1994 Kroker, A. and Weinstein, M. A. (1994). Data trash: The theory of the virtual class. Montreal: New World Perspectives. Not Acquired
Lanier, 2011 Lanier, Jaron (2011). You are not a gadget: A manifesto. New York: Vintage Books. Not Reviewed
Latour, 1993 Latour, Bruno (1993). We have never been modern. Translated by Catherine Porter. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. Not Reviewed
Lawson, 2010 Lawson, C. (2010). Technology and the extension of human capabilities. In Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour 40(2), p207-223. Not Reviewed
Leonardi, 2001 Leonardi, P. M. (2001). The mythos of engineering culture: A study of communicative performances and interaction. Not Reviewed
Levinson, 1997 Levinson, P. (1997). The soft edge: A natural history and future of the information revolution. London: Routledge. Not Acquired
Levinson, 1999 Levinson, P. (1999). Digital McLuhan: A guide to the information millennium. London: Routledge. Not Acquired
Levite, 1996 Levite, A. (1996). The "ism" that isn't (why social determinism cannot mean what it says). Accessed at on November 29, 2009. Not Reviewed
Li, 2008 Li, C., Bernoff, J. (2008). Groundswell: winning in a world transformed by social technologies. Boston: Harvard Business Press. Not Reviewed
Logan, 1986 Logan, R.K. (1986). The alphabet effect: The impact of the phonetic alphabet on the development of western civilisation. New York: St. Martin's Press. Not Acquired
Logan, 1995 Logan, R.K. (1995). The fifth language: Learning a living in the computer age. Toronto: Stoddart. Not Acquired
Logan, 2000 Logan, R.K. (2000). The sixth language: Learning a living in the internet age. Toronto: Stoddart. Not Acquired
Mader 2008 Mader, S. (2002). Wikipatterns: a practical guide to improving productivity and collaboration in your organization. Indianapolis: Wiley. Not Reviewed
Martin, 1988 Martin, Henri-Jean (1988). The history and power of writing. Translated by Lydia G. Cochrane. Chicago: Chicago University Press. Not Reviewed
McLuhan, 1962 McLuhan, M. (1962). The gutenberg galaxy. Toronto: Toronto University Press. Not Reviewed
McLuhan, 1964 McLuhan, M. (1964). Understanding media: The extensions of man. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. Not Reviewed
McLuhan, 1967 McLuhan, M. and Fiore, Q. (1967). The medium is the massage: An inventory of effects. New York: Jerome Agel. Not Reviewed
McLuhan, 1988 McLuhan, M. and McLuhan, E. (1988). Laws of media: The new science. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. Not Acquired
McLuhan, 1998 McLuhan, E. (1998). Electric language: Understanding the message. Toronto: Buzz Books. Not Acquired
Mills, 1997 Mills, S. (1997). Discourse: The new critical idiom. New York: Routledge. Not Reviewed
Mills, 2003 Mills, S. (2003). Michel Foucault. New York: Routledge. Not Reviewed
Morville, 2005 Morville, P. (2005). Ambient findability: What we find changes who we become. Sebastopol, CA: O'Reilly. Reviewed
Morville, 2010 Morville, P., Callender, J. (2010). Search patterns: Design for discovery. Sebastopol, California: O'Reilly Media Inc. Not Reviewed
Norman, 1993 Norman, D. A. (1993). Things that make us smart: Defending human attributes in the age of the machine. New York: Basic Books. Not Reviewed
Noth, 1995 Noth, W. (1995). The handbook of semiotics. Indianapolis: Indiana University Press. Not Reviewed
Pinker, 1994 Pinker, Steven. (1994). The language instinct: How the mind creates language. New York: HarperCollins, Publishers. Not Reviewed
Powe, 1987 Powe, B. (1987). The solitary outlaw: Trudeau, Lewis, Gould, Canelli, McLuhan. Toronto: Lester & Orpen Dennys. Not Acquired
Powe, 1993 Powe, B. (1993). A tremendous Canada of light. Toronto: Coach House Press. Not Acquired
Powe, 1995 Powe, B. (1995). Outage: A journey into electric city. Toronto: Random House of Canada. Not Acquired
Real, 1995 Real, Michael. R. (1995). Exploring media culture: A guide. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc. Not Reviewed
Reingold, 1985 Reingold, H. (1985). Tools for thought: The people and ideas behind the next computer revolution. New York: Simon & Shuster. Not Acquired
Robbins, 2009 Robbins, P. and Aydele, M. (eds) (2009). The Cambridge handbook of situated cognition. New York: Cambridge University Press. Not Reviewed
Ryan, n.d. Ryan, T. (n.d.). When you reflect are you also being reflexive?. Retrieved on 2010.11.06 from Reviewed
Schneier, 2012 Schneier, Bruce. (2012). Liars and outliers: Enabling the trust that society needs to thrive. Indianapolis: John Wiley and Sons. Not Reviewed
Steffenson, n.d. Steffenson, J. (n.d.). Decoding perversity: queering cyberspace. Downloaded from: on June 20, 2010. Not Reviewed
Stephenson, 1992 Stephenson, Neal. (1992). Snow crash. New York: Bantam Dell.
Stephenson, 1999 Stephenson, Neal. (1999). Cryptonomicon. New York: Avon. Not Reviewed
Stephenson, 1999a Stephenson, Neal. (1999a). In the beginning ... was the command line. New York: Avon Books, Inc. Downloaded for Kindle from on November 15, 2010. Reviewed
Sunstein, 2006 Sunstein, C. R. (2006). Infotopia: How many minds produce knowledge. New York: Oxford University Press. Not Reviewed
Susswein, 2008 Susswein, N. and Racine, T.P. (2008). Wittgenstein and not-just-in-the-head cognition. New Ideas in Psychology 27(2), 184-196. Not Reviewed
Tollefsen, 2006 Tollefsen, D.P. (2006). From extended mind to collective mind. Cognitive Systems Research 7(2-3), 140-150. Not Reviewed
Tummolini, 2006 Luca Tummolini * , Cristiano Castelfranchi (2006). The cognitive and behavioral mediation of institutions: Towards an account of institutional actions. Cognitive Systems Research 7(2-3), 307-323. Not Reviewed
Weinberger, 2000 Levine, R., Locke, C., Searls, D., and Weinberger, D. (2000). The cluetrain manifesto: The end of business as usual. Cambridge, MA: Perseus Books. Not Reviewed
Weinberger, 2002 Weinberger, D. (2002). Small pieces loosely joined: A unified theory of the web. New York: Basic Books. Not Reviewed
Weinberger, 2007 Weinberger, D. (2007). Everything is miscellaneous: The power of the new digital disorder. New York: Holt Paperbacks. Downloaded from for Kindle on November 9, 2010. Reviewed
Weinberger, 2012 Weinberger, David. (2012). Too big to know: Rethinking knowledge now that the facts aren't the facts, experts are everywhere, and the smartest person in the room is the room. New York: Basic Books. Not Reviewed
Wesch, 2007 Wesch, M. (2007). Web 2.0 ... The web is us/ing us. Posted 2007-01-31. Downloaded from on 2010.08.19 Not Reviewed
Westrum, 1991 Westrum, R. (1991) Technologies & society: The shaping of people and things. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth, Inc. Not Reviewed
Williams, 2003 Williams, Kenneth. (2003). Understanding media theory. London: Oxford University Press. Not Reviewed
Young, 2010 Young, G. and Whitty, M. T. (2010). In search of the cartesian self: An examination of disembodiment within 21st-century communication. Theory & Psychology, 20(2), 209-229. Not Reviewed
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