RCCS Reviews

As hinted yesterday, I spent part of last week working on a response to some reviews of The Anxiety of Obsolescence. Those reviews (five of them!), and my response, are now up at the Resource Center for Cyberculture Studies, where mine is one of three books-of-the-month. (And I’m happy to find that I’m in good company; the other two books under review this month are by Alex Galloway and Lori Kendall, both of whose work I admire greatly.)

Pop by, take a look, and if you have responses, I’d love to hear them!

2 thoughts on “RCCS Reviews

  1. What’s up with that Kincheloe review? The only things I learned from it:

    A) the author considers herself old;
    B) she calls herself anti-intellectual;
    and C) she thinks that those who like Deleuze and Guattari will like your book.

    B & C seem related; I’m not sure what A has to do with anything.

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