index
Access. See Technology access
Apparatuses, 212n11
Apple Corporation, 55, 133
Art and technology, 39, 101, 212n12,
249n48; art of the book experiments,
78, 80, 226nn47–48
Artist in Residence, 232n9; at Explora-
torium, 101. See also pair program
at&t, 61, 221n28
Atkins, Dan E., 173, 196
Balsamo, Anne, 241n9, 254n70; ‘‘New
Media, New Literacies’’ symposium
and, 237n37; as organizational subject
at red@ parc, 92–94, 226n50,
230n65, 230n68; The Reading Wall
and, 110–12; as tour guide, 230n65;
‘‘Transforming Teaching Using Multi-
media’’ workshop, 245n33; Women of
the World Talk Back and, 37–38, 43–
47, 214n22. See also Designing Culture
book; designingculture.net website
Banerjee, Banny, 82, 83–84, 226n48
Barad, Karen, 33–35, 43; on apparatuses,
212n11
Barrett, Michele, 203n18
Barry, Andrew, 100, 232n10
Barthes, Roland, 62
Bautista, Susana, 146
Bennett, Tony, 97–98, 231n5, 238n41
Best Buy, 30
Bijker, Wiebe, 203n21
Biological essentialism, 31, 36
The Book Artist’s Studio (xfr interac-
tive), 78, 80
Books in digital age, 75–76, 78, 80, 185,
197–98, 225n42, 254n6; academic
credibility of, 185; art of the book
experiments, 78, 80, 226nn47–48;
comic books, 78, 79; digitally aug-
mented books, 74–75, 75; as ekos,
198; multiplicity of forms in, 254n3; as
technocultural form, 22. See also
Designing Culture book; Reading and
reading devices
Born-digital generation, 138–40, 181,
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