Welcome to the Retro Issue, in which our authors explore old, dying, or dead technologies!
Table of Contents for Volume 3 of Technoculture.
It's Just Not the Same as Print (and It Shouldn't Be): Rethinking the Possibilities of Digital Comics
Jeffrey S.J. Kirchoff, Millikin University
Lindsay Patrice Greer, Southern Illinois University
Planned Obsolescence: Publishing, Technology, and the Future of the Academy
New York and London: New York UP, 2011. Print.
Nico Wood, Southern Illinois University; and Ramah David Jihan Malebranche
Creative Non-Fiction Essay—The Problem of Persistent Technology Narratives and Practioner Use: The Case of the Moog Synthesizer and Moogfest, or Will Analog Survive?
Woodrow Hood, Wake Forest University
Critical Essay—The Informational Subject in Formation: Telephonic Subjectivity in Wharton and Gaddis
E. L. McCallum, Michigan State University