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UNIVERSITY PLACE

Electronic Literature & Tales of Computational Life

  • Aired: 06/24/2013
  • 39:49
  • Rating: TV-G
Jim Brown, Assistant Professor, Department of English, UW-Madison, takes a journey back to 1999 to look at how people were using computers and software in their lives as compared to present day. Brown explores electronic literature focusing on “Reagan Library” created in 1999 by Stuart Moulthrop.
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