Machine communication—to interact not just via but also with machines—has transformed contemporary communication. It puts us not just in conversation with one another but also with our current machinery. By analyzing the alienness of this computational communication, through a close reading of interfaces and a field study of software development, this volume uncovers what it means to “communicate” today.
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Bialski, Paula; Brunton, Finn; Bunz, Mercedes(Hg.): Communication. Minneapolis: meson press 2019. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.25969/mediarep/3681.
 title = {Communication},
 year = 2019,
 doi = "\url{http://dx.doi.org/10.25969/mediarep/3681}",
 editor = {Bialski, Paula and Brunton, Finn and Bunz, Mercedes},
 volume = 3,
 address = {Minneapolis},
 series = {In Search of Media},
 publisher = {meson press},
 isbn = {9783957961464},
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