Note – the Swinburne Research Bank has a more accurate and updated list of articles.

(2010) Digital Humanities Quarterly. Crafting the user-centered document interface: the Hypertext Editing System (HES) and the File Retrieval and Editing System (FRESS).

(2009) Telecommunications Journal of Australia. ’Network Agnosticism: Why Networks Must Disappear’. Monash University ePress: Victoria, Australia.

(2009) Continuum: the Journal of Media & Cultural Studies, ‘Idiomedia: the Rise of Personalised, Aggregated Content’, Volume 23, Number 1. Copy can be obtained here :

(2009) Transformations: Journal of Media and Culture, co-authored with Andres Vaccari,  ‘Stiegler, Epiphylogenesis and Technical Evolution‘ Issue no. 17.

(2008) Digital Humanities Quarterly, ‘The Evolution of Vannevar Bush’s Memex’

(2008) Critical Digital Studies Reader,  ‘Infomobility and Technics’, University of Toronto Press (book chapter)

(2007) Blackwell Companion to Digital Literary Studies, (Ray Siemens ed.) ‘Too Connected: Images of Potentiality in the History of Hypertext‘ co-authored with Darren Tofts. Oxford: Blackwell Press, pp.283-301. (book chapter)

(2006) Technicity, (Louis Armand, ed.), ‘Do Technical Artefacts Evolve?’ Prague: Litteraria Pragensia, pp.103-114. chapter)

(2006) Continuum: the Journal of Media & Cultural Studies, ‘Engelbart’s Theory of Technical Evolution’ Volume 20, Number 4, 509-521

(2005) CTHEORY, ‘Infomobility and Technics: Some Travel Notes’

(2005) Screening the Past, “The Magical Place of Literary Memory: Xanadu”, Issue 18, 2005

(2004) Fibreculture Journal, ‘Material Cultural Evolution”

(2004) The CTHEORY Reader ‘Technical Machines and Evolution’ CTheory Books; New York, New York, pp. 309-326. (book chapter)

(2004) CTHEORY ‘Technical Machines and Evolution’, Article No. 319.

(2003) Fibreculture Journal, ‘The Erasure of Technology in Cultural Critique’ 1:1.

(2002) American Book Review, ‘Xanadu, the Web and a little Zig-Zag’, American Library Association, New York New York, Volume 22: 6, Sept/Oct pp. 10-12.

(2001) Continuum: the Journal of Media & Cultural Studies, ‘Pack-rat or Amnesiac? Memory, the Archive and the Birth of the Internet’ Vol 15: 2

(2001) Mapping Globalization, (Naren Chitty ed.) ‘Hypertext, Capitalism and the History of the Internet‘, Southbound Press, Penang, Malaysia: 2001, pp.65-90 (book chapter).

(2000) Convergence: the Journal of Research into New Media Technologies ‘Hypertext and Association: Space, Time and Hypomnesis’, University of Luton Press, Vol 6: 3

(1999) Continuum: Journal of Media & Cultural Studies, ‘Storming the Interface: Hypertext, Desire and Technonarcissism’ Vol 13: 3

(1999) Metro Magazine: Film, Television, Radio, Multimedia ‘Sound Machines, Flesh Machines: D-Luxe Media Arts’ No. 120. (magazine article)

(1999) M/C: The Journal of Media and Culture ‘Machinic Heterogenesis and Evolution in Digital Art’ University of Queensland, Vol 2: 6

(1998) Mesh: the Journal of Experimenta Media Arts ‘Electronic Magazines: Mindflux, Mutagen and the Virtual Replicators’, No. 11.

(1998) M/C: The Journal of Media and Culture ‘In the Garden of Forking Paths: Contingency and Interactivity in Hypertext’ Vol 1: 5

(1998) Frame: the Journal of New Media Art ‘Reconfiguring Hypermedia as a Machine’ Trace Writing Community, Volume 2.



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