CYBERTEXT YEARBOOK 2002–2003

 

Edited by Markku Eskelinen and Raine Koskimaa, with a special section on ergodic poetry edited by John Cayley and Loss Pequeno Glazier. Publications of the Research Centre for Contemporary Culture. Saarijärvi: University of Jyväskylä, 2003.

ISBN 951-39-1608-1  ISSN 1457-6899

 

CONTENTS:

 

Markku Eskelinen and Raine Koskimaa

INTRODUCTION

Towards Ergodic Maturity  9

 

PART I: ERGODIC POETRY

 

Loss Pequeno Glazier and John Cayley

DIADUCTORY INTROLOGUE  15

 

Bruce Andrews

ELECTRONIC POETICS  29

 

Janez Strehovec

ATTITUDES ON THE MOVE - On the Perception of

Digital Poetry Objects  39

 

Philippe Bootz

HYPERTEXT

Solution/Dissolution  56 

 

Jim Rosenberg

QUESTIONS ABOUT THE SECOND MOVE  83

 

Lori Emerson

DIGITAL POETRY AS REFLEXIVE EMBODIMENT  88

 

Sandy Baldwin

PROCESS WINDOW

Code Works, Code Aesthetics, Code Poetics  107

 

Roberto Simanowski

ALEATORIC AS ENLIGHTMENT

Simon Biggs’ Deconstruction of a Kafka Text  120

 

Giselle Beiguelman

LIQUID_POETRY.BR 129

 

Maria Damon

ELECTRONIC POETICS ASSAY

Diaspora, Silliness and ?Gender?  141

 

REFERENCES FOR

THE ERGODIC POETRY SECTION  163

 

PART II: SUPPLEMENTS

 

Talan Memmott

ON HERMINUTIA

Digital Rhetoric and Network Phenomenology 173

 

Eduardo Kac

BIOPOETRY 184

 

William Gillespie

DRUGS, MACHINES AND FRIENDSHIPS

Cybertext, Collaboration, and the Beatles, Take 10

(Norwegian Round Table Mix) 186

 

Nick Montfort

THE CODING AND EXECUTION OF THE AUTHOR  201

 

Adrian Miles

SOFTVIDEOGRAPHY  218

 

Ragnhild Tronstad

A MATTER OF INSIGFICANCE

The Mud Puzzle Quest as Seductive Discourse  237

 

Cynthia Haynes

ARCTIC VIRGINS

Élekcriture and the Semiotics of Circumpolar Iconographé  257

 

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