1 The Short Guide to the Digital Humanities

2 “Bespoke Futures: Media Design and the Future of the Future,” Think Tank: Adobe Design Center, 2007.

3 “Dispatches from the Front: Battling for Meaning in the War between Downloading and Uploading,” Re:Public: Re:Imagining Democracy on-line journal. 2007.

4 “History as Remix: How the Computer Became a Culture Machine,” Rue Descartes no. 55: Philosophies entoilées (Février, 2007) [pdf] lunenfeld_pragmatism.pdf

5 “New Media Design,” New Media & Society Special Fifth Anniversary Issue, v. 6, n. 1 (Spring 2004). [pdf] lunenfeld_media_design.pdf

6 “The Order of Things” a review of Broken Screen: Expanding the Image, Breaking the Narrative: 26 Conversations With Doug Aitken, Los Angeles Times Sunday Book Review, April 16, 2006. [doc] aitken-review.doc

7 “Upward Mobility in a Laptop,” Los Angeles Times Opinion Section. October 24, 2006. [doc] laptop-vs-phone.doc Syndicated and also run by the Cincinnati Post, the South Florida Sun Sentinel, Dubai’s Gulf News, and The China Post, among other media outlets. Translated into Portuguese as “Upload, download. De que lado você está?”

8 “Welcome to Web 2.0: David Weinberger’s Everything Is Miscellaneous: The Power of the New Digital Disorder,” Los Angeles Times Sunday Book Review, June 17, 2006. [pdf] weinbergerreview-copy.rtf

9 “Screen Grabs & Unfinished Business,” in Peter Lunenfeld, ed., The Digital Dialectic: New Essays on New Media, (Cambridge: MIT Press, 1999). [pdf] ch01.pdf

10 “The Alchemical Portrait: Magic, Technology and Digital Imagery
in Telepolis – Magazine of NetCulture (01.04.98) <>. Also translated into German.

11 “Hipbrow,” Telepolis – Magazine of NetCulture (12.22.97) <> Also translated into German.