|Beckmann, John (Editor). Virtual Dimension: Architecture, Representation, and Crash Culture. Princeton Architectural Press, 1998. ISBN: 1568981201. Unmarked. Very Good. Paperback. (#30910) $12.00
The Virtual Dimension critically examines the role that digital and immersive technologies have on the methods used by architects, designers, and artists to conceptualize and represent new mediated spaces, topologies, and both real and virtual communities.
Thirty contributors, including Stan Allen, Gareth Branwyn, Char Davies, Manuel Delanda, William J. Mitchell, Paul Virilio, and others. Illustrated.
|Kaufmann, William J. III; Smarr, Larry L. Supercomputing and the Transformation of Science (Scientific American Library). W H Freeman & Co, 1993. ISBN: 0716750384. Unmarked. Dust jacket under clear protective cover. Very Good in very good dust jacket. Hardcover. (#30834) $15.00
Extensively illustrated. Index. Bibliographic references. 238p. Examines the hardware, software, and technology of supercomputing at the end of the 20th century.
|Bates, A. W. (Tony). Technology, Open Learning and Distance Education. Routledge, 1995. ISBN: 0415116821. Unmarked text. Very Good. Hardcover. (#30483) $16.00
Title in Routledge Studies in Distance Education. End of the twentieth century guide to the selection and use of modern technologies for open and flexible learning argues that technology is not inherently good or bad for teaching–it is the way teachers and administrators use it that matters.