“Dwelling with New Media” examines the new technologies inundated within societal constructs and finds these technologies are not limited to the computer screen, but rather, shape the world in which we live. The authors, Bay and Rickert, state, “It is not enough to say that new media produce change; rather, new media transform how we see ourselves as human beings in the world.” They attempt to reconnect digital media with human creation; what qualities of this new media, as created by humans, become seen as personal? They conclude that humans co-adapt with technology, and this transforms how people see themselves in relation to the world.
Category: 06) Dwelling With New Media
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