[Stremes-l] NMP Literature
kfields at ucalgary.ca
Tue Dec 15 18:56:59 MST 2015
Kahn, Earth Sound Earth Signal.
Holzmann, Early history of data networks
Here’s the Mendeley bibliography on Network Music:
Please contribute and help to keep this updated.
Actually, Bergson interests me now as regards time, space, intuition, experience.
Regarding “the book,”
Our community should be looking at similar solutions. Many of us have
been approached to publish in traditional formats, but I find that the enthusiasm to do
a normal book project in the age of the commodification of knowledge is weak.
re: the controversial state of affairs regarding academic publishing and knowledge
as commodity; reflected for example, in the recent sale of Ashgate Publishing itself
to Informa: http://www.informa.com/about-us/informa-at-a-glance/ <http://www.informa.com/about-us/informa-at-a-glance/>
At least, why not hone a wikibook:
However, I would support a decentralized approach as appropriate: modular, distributed, LIVE.
How about it?
> On Dec 16, 2015, at 5:34 AM, Roger Mills <roger at eartrumpet.org> wrote:
> Hi Everyone,
> I was wondering what books you have read, or know about, that specifically focus on networked music performance or telematic music / sound making in general ?
> This can be either from technological, musical or phenomenological perspectives but not from journal articles / special issues, book chapters or papers.
> I’m looking for some interesting xmas reading.
> Thanks and best wishes for the new year !
> Roger Mills
> http://www.eartrumpet.org <http://www.eartrumpet.org/>
> "Knowledge is only rumour until it is in the muscle" - Asaro Mudmen, Papua New Guinea.
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