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  1. Biography - Benedikt, Michael (1935-): An article from: Contemporary Authors by Gale Reference Team, 2002-01-01
  2. The Prose Poem: An International Anthology by Michael Benedikt, 1977-04
  3. WORKS: EDSON BENEDIKT ACKERSON THE DRAGONFLY VOLUME III, NOS. 3-4 A DOUBLE ISSUE (WHOLE NUMBER 11 AND 12) by editor] [Russell Edson, Michael Benedikt, Duane (The Dragonfly) [Duane Ackerson, 1972-01-01
  4. Works: Edson, Benedikt Ackerman Appearing in The Dragonfly Volume III, Numbers 3-4, 1972 by Michael, Russell EDSON, Duane ACKERSON BENEDIKT, 1972
  5. Benedikt: A Profile, Critical Essays and A Portfolio of 18 New Poems by Michael) (BENEDIKT, 1977
  6. The London Magazine: April 1968, Volume 8, Number 1 by Alan, edited by (Michael Benedikt) ROSS, 1968
  7. Center, Vol. 9: Regarding the Proper by Michael Benedikt Editor), 1995-09-01
  8. THEATRE EXPERIMENT an Anthology of American Plays by EDITED BY MICHAEL BENEDIKT, 1968-01-01
  9. 8 Poems by Michael Benedikt, 1965-01-01
  10. Modern Spanish Theatre by Michael (Editor); Wellwarth, George A. (Editor) Benedikt, 1969
  11. Value: Center 10 & 11 Boxed Set by ed. Michael Benedikt, 1999-09-30
  12. The Body by Michael Benedikt, 1968-01-01
  13. Theatre Experiment an Anthology of Ameri by Michael Benedikt, 1968-01-01
  14. Center, Vol. 10: Value

41. For An Architecture Of Reality: Michael Benedikt, Michael Le
michael benedikt teaches, practices architecture, and writes in Austin, where he is a Professor of Architecture at the University of Texas.
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Format: Trade Paperback Published: January 5, 1987 Dimensions: 88 Pages Published By: Lumen, Incorporated

42. Computers And Composition: An International Journal
Benedict, michael. (2000). Class notes. Harvard Design Magazine, 11 , 59. benedikt, michael. (1987). For an architecture of reality .
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  • Bibliography
    Babbie, Earl. (1992). The practice of social research (6th ed.). Belmont, CA: Wadsworth. Linguistic communication and speech acts . Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. Bacig, T. (1984). Training the staff . Paper presented at the Computers and Writing Conference, Minneapolis. Bacon, Francis. (1944). Advancement of learning, and Novum organum . New York: Wiley. (Original work published 1620) Bailey, A. P. (1990, February). He was a master teacher. Emerge , pp. 27-28. Baker, J. (1994). An ethical question about on-line tutoring in the writing lab. Writing Lab Newsletter, 18 Baker, Sheridan Warner. (1991). The practical stylist with readings (7th ed.). New York: Longman. Bakhtin, Mikhail M. (1981). Discourse in the novel. In Michael Holquist (Ed.), The dialogic imagination (pp. 259-422). Austin: University of Texas Press.

    43. Second Story Books - Larson, Magali Sarfatti; Benedikt, Michael; Betsky, Aaron;
    Second Story Books Magali Sarfatti; benedikt, michael; Betsky, Aaron; Jarmusch, Ann Larson - Books for sale., Magali Sarfatti; Bened

    44. Shelter: 2000 Raoul Wallenberg Lecture. By Benedikt, Michael. : William Stout Ar
    benedikt, michael. Shelter 2000 Raoul Wallenberg Lecture. Ann Arbor, 2000. Binding Pap. Pages 71 pp. Book Id 46687. Price $11.50
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    45. Lamson Library
    Spanish drama · 20th century · Translations into English · English drama · Translations from Spanish · benedikt, michael, 1935 · Wellwarth, George E.,, Michael, 1935-

    46. Canadian Journal Of Communication - Vol. 18, No. 3 (1993)
    michael Heim, Sandy Stone and David Tomas all document this tendency in Cyberspace First Steps (benedikt, 1991). A recent issue of the Whole Earth Review

    47. From Michael Benedikt's Essay
    From michael benedikt s essay Cyberspace Some Proposals . Cyberspace is a globally networked, computersustained, computer-accessed,
    From Michael Benedikt's essay
    "Cyberspace: Some Proposals"
    Cyberspace is a globally networked, computer-sustained, computer-accessed, and computer-generated, multidimensional, artificial, or "virtual" reality. In this reality, to which every computer is a window, seen or heard objects are neither physical nor, necessarily, representations of physical objects but are, rather, in form, character, and action, made up of data, of pure information. This information derives in part from the operations of the natural, physical world, but for the most part, it derives from the immense traffic of information that constitute human enterprise in science, art, business, and culture. The dimensions, axes, and coordinates of cyberspace are thus not necessarily the familiar ones of our natural, gravitational environment: though mirroring our expectations of natural spaces and places, they have dimensions impressed with informational value appropriate for optimal orientation and navigation in the data accessed. In cyberspace, information-intensive institutions and businesses have a form, identity, and working realityin a word and quite literally, an

    48. Crossings - Volume 1, Issue 1 - Michael Heim
    2 benedikt, michael. ‘Cyberspace Some proposals.’ In Cyberspace First Steps. Edited by M. benedikt. Cambridge, Mass. MIT Press, 1991. 119224.
    Crossings: eJournal of Art and Technology contribute gallery issues
    The Feng Shui of Virtual Reality
    Michael Heim
    Art Center College of Design
    Pasadena, California
    USA Abstract. Flow is a subtle but important feature of virtual worlds design. Flow or blockage of flow belongs to the aesthetic dimension of online virtual worlds. The study of flow goes beyond the usual dichotomies of user/tool, subject/object. Examples from the CyberForum@ArtCenter series of online events hosted in virtual settings highlight four different aspects of flow in 3-D avatar worlds currently deployed for online learning and conferencing. Discussed are: atmospheric flow, the flow of words with visual images, the flow of group dynamics and the flow between virtual and physical architecture. The implications of flow suggest strategies for enhancing immersion in virtual worlds.
    Flow is a smooth, unimpeded movement through space-time. It is an aesthetic quality of spatial movement and occurs throughout the physical world. As conceived in the Chinese art of arrangement, feng shui (literally water and wind), everything in the universe consists of subtle patterns of moving, flowing energy. feng shui sees the universe alive with yin-yang pulsations. Polarities create pulsations, which in turn create flow. Without flow, the universe would be dead. On micro and macro levels, energy currents continually balance and counter-balance one another, creating a dynamic system. The Taoist tradition from which feng shui derives considers the universe to be as fluid and shifting as smoke and wind. In this emphasis, Taoist thinking parallels the process philosophies that broke away from the Artistotelian legacy of western metaphysics where substance and substantial definition became the primary focus of science [

    49. BOOKSAMILLION.COM (BAMM.COM) - Search And Browse
    by michael benedikt / Paperback / Nov 2007 / ISBN 0979375401 by michael benedikt / Hardcover / Feb 2003 / ISBN 8878381152

    50. 'Spooky Poems For Halloween (& All Year Round)' By Michael Benedikt. From Book,
    Features poetry from michael benedikt.
    Spooky Poems for Halloween
    by Michael Benedikt THE BODY , Benedikt's lst book of poetry
    [Last Modified 10/4/04. This is Halloween Version 6.1. With Announcement re Traffic Jam at Page] Spooky Photo of Author. Click Here for Brief Author Bio
    A couple of somewhat less spooky author pictures + Home Page of this Body -based site here
    'Runixie' Poems At This Page: The Eye of The Assassin The Helper Mr. Rainman Some Old Men To Persuade A Lady The Debris of The Body The Wings of The Nose An Afterthought About Autumn The Autumn Villain "To Persuade A Lady" is from Benedikt's 2nd book of poetry, SKY (Wesleyan, l970).
    A n n o u n c e m e n t
    The Bad News is that it's sometimes exceeded Server's bandwith restrictions.
    So we've temporarily removed our 'theme music' consoles. They'll be back sometime after Halloween. Featured Site Award MORE ABOUT THIS PAGE This is part of a Website-In-Progress with Selected Poems from THE BODY and SKY (Page 4 of 6)
    Besides Spooky Poems both books contain other dark poems/poems of 'Black Humor,' as well as many other poem-types
    Info on Other Types of Poems/ Themes in THE BODY Links to Other Pages Within This BODY-SKY Website
    The Spooky Poems THE EYE OF THE ASSASSIN The victim, who tried to run away

    51. Document Server@UHasselt: Browse By Title
    VAN DEN BUSSCHE, Jan; Wilke, Thomas; Loeding, Christof; benedikt, michael (2004), A characterization of firstorder topological properties of planar spatial

    52. Cybermedia: Cyberspace
    benedikt, michael. Cyberspace Some Proposals. In Cyberspace First Steps , edited by michael benedikt, pp. 119224. Cambridge, Mass MIT Press, 1991.
    Cyberspace: Two Flavors
    CyberSPACE cyberMEDIA cyberPUNK cyberNETICS you've heard it all before. But is cyberspace the Internet? Or is it virtual reality? Can it be both? Here's how they come together. Cybermedia differs from cyberspace, which was first described in the science-fiction novel Neuromancer (Gibson, 1984) as a virtual world, a "graphic representation of data abstracted from the banks of every computer in the human system. Unthinkable complexity. Lines of light ranged in the nonspace of the mind, clusters and constellations of data" (p. 51). Leaving one's body behind, "jacked in" to an electronic control deck, one can enter and travel within the "consensual hallucination" of cyberspace, looking at and even stealing chunks of data, many of which belong to huge multinational corporations. From Gibson's precedent rose a subgenre of science fiction called cyberpunk, characterized by young rebels who embrace technology as a weapon against corporate institutions and dehumanization (Fitting, 1991). In both cyberspace and cyberpunk, the prefix cyber- is consistent with Wiener's usage, denoting the

    53. Magers & Quinn Booksellers, Discount New And Used Books
    by benedikt, michael ISBN 0930829166 New. More about this title by benedikt, michael ISBN 1199429678 Used Standard. More about this title

    54. Bibliography
    benedikt, michael (1991). Cyberspace Some Proposals. In Cyberspace First Steps, edited by michael benedikt. Cambridge, Mass. MIT Press.
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    This is the Bibliography of The Future Does Not Compute: Transcending the Machines in Our Midst , by Stephen L. Talbott
    Adams, George and Whicher, Olive (1980). The Plant between Sun and Earth. London: Rudolf Steiner Press. Adler, Alfred (1964). The Individual Psychology of Alfred Adler. Edited by Heinz L. Ansbacher and Rowena R. Ansbacher. New York: Harper and Row. Aeppli, Willi (1986). Rudolf Steiner Education and the Developing Child. Hudson, N.Y.: Anthroposophic Press. Aiken, M. (1993). "Advantages of Group Decision Support Systems." Interpersonal Computing and Technology 1, no. 3 (July). Electronically archived as "aiken ipctv1n3" on Barfield, Owen (1986). History in English Words. Hudson, N.Y.: Lindisfarne Press. Worlds Apart (A Dialogue of the 1960's). Middletown, Conn.: Wesleyan University Press. Saving the Appearances.
  • 55. Modeling Industrial Thresholds
    benedikt, michael (1992), Cyberspace. First steps, MIT PressCambridge, Massachussetts. Beniger, James R. (1986), The control revolution.
    Adams Arthur , Charles (1992), "Did reality move for you?", in New Scientist May 23. Barlow , John Perry (1990), "Being in nothingness. Virtual reality and the pioneers of cyberspace." in Internet archive (u.washington); published in Microtimes Magazine. Baudrillard , Jean edited by Poster, Mark (1988), Selected Writings, Stanford University Press:Stanford, CA. Belton , John (1992), Widescreen cinema, Harvard University press:Cambridge. Benedikt , Michael (1992), Cyberspace. First steps, MIT Press:Cambridge, Massachussetts. Beniger , James R. (1986), The control revolution. Technological and economic origins of the information society., Harvard University Press: Cambridge, Mass. Bennett , C. Thomas, Schwirzke and Tittle, James S. (1990), "Perceptual and performance consequences of flight in virtual worlds", in Human machine interfaces for teleoperators and virtual environments, NASA Conference Publication 10071, p114. Engineering Foundation. Sponsored by NASA Ames Research Center, ONR, and IBM Corp: Santa Barbara, California. Bijvoet , Marga (1991), "How Intimate can Art and Technology really be? - A Survey of the Art and Technology Movement of the Sixties," in Hayward (1991).

    56. Cyberspace And Learning
    in benedikt, michael (ed.) Cyberspace First Steps. London MIT Press 335362. Miller, S. (1999) “Vygotsky and education The sociocultural genesis of
    Electronic Journal of Sociology (2002)
    ISSN: 1198 3655
    Cyberspace and Learning
    Herb Thompson
    Murdoch University , Murdoch
    Computers provide a capacious medium, promising the availability of an enormous quantity of resources at our fingertips. As a result, human memory has been extended with digital media from a basic unit of portable dissemination of 100,000 words (an average book), to a 5.3-gigabyte digital videodisc (equivalent to 5,300 books) (Murray, 1997).
    • Co-operation and collaboration as the most important factors in computer-mediated-learning in order to promote high-order, critical thinking; and
    It is concluded that the interaction of teachers/learners with the computer, as a socially constructed artefact, is particularly seductive and must be approached with caution; but that it also provides a completely new and exciting elevation of the existing possibilities for the production of knowledge.
    Social Perspectives of Teaching/Learning
    A cyberspace possesses the following properties (McFadden 1993: 341):
    • It is connected by a network of information channels, such that, if any part of the information is available to a receiver, then all of it may be.

    57. Lines For A Virtual T[y/o]pography [Dissertation Materials: Matthew G. Kirschenb
    benedikt, michael, ed. Cyberspace First Steps. Cambridge, MA MIT Press, 1991. Bernstein, Mark. Re Is hypertext different from print?
    Works Cited Aarseth, Espen. Cybertext: Perspectives on Ergodic Literature . Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1997. Achenbach, Joel. "The Too-Much-Information Age." Washington Post 12 March 1999: A1. Aldersey-Williams, Hugh, et al. Cranbrook Design: The New Discourse . New York: Rizzoli, 1990. Baudrillard, Jean. Selected Writings . Ed. Mark Poster. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1988. Benedikt, Michael, ed. Cyberspace: First Steps . Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1991. Bernstein, Mark. "Re: Is hypertext different from print?" E-mail to ht-lit (hypertext and literary theory discussion list). 25 April 1996. Birkerts, Sven. The Gutenberg Elegies: The Fate of Reading in an Electronic Age . Boston: Faber and Faber, 1994. Blackwell, Lewis, and David Carson. The End of Print: The Graphic Deisgn of David Carson . San Francisco: Chronicle, 1995. Blair, David. "Image-Processed Narrative." 1995. Available from author upon request. WAXWEB Blauvelt, Andrew. "An Opening: Graphic Design's Discursive Spaces." Visible Language 28.3 (Spring 1994): 205-216.

    58. Digital Cultures 97 Resources
    benedikt, michael (ed) (1994), Cyberspace First Steps, MIT Press, Boston, Mass. Beckmann, John (ed) (1998), The Virtual Dimension Architecture,

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    benedikt, michael, ed. 1991. Cyberspace First Steps. Cambridge, MA The MIT Press; Birenbaum, michael H. Psychological Experiments on the Internet,
    Virtual Communities A Research Seminar ñîéðø îç÷ø
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    Virtual Community Books
    • Barnes, S. (2002) Computer-Mediated Communication: Human-to-Human Communication Across the Internet
    • Baym, Nancy K. 2000. Tune in, Log On: Soaps, Fandom, and Online Community. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications
    • Bell, David, and Barbara M. Kennedy, eds. 2000. The Cybercultures Reader: Routledge
    • Benedikt, Michael, ed. 1991. Cyberspace: First Steps. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press
    • Birenbaum, Michael H. Psychological Experiments on the Internet , San Diego: Academic Press, 2000
    • Bolter, Jay David and Grusin, Richard (1999) Remediation: Understanding New Media Cambridge, Masschusetts:MIT
    • Borsook, Pauline (2001) Cyberselfish: A Critical Romp through the Terribly Libertarian Culture of High Tech Public Affairs; ISBN: 1586480383
    • Burdman, Jessica R. (1999)

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