The automatic production of space

@inproceedings{Thrift2002TheAP,
  title={The automatic production of space},
  author={Nigel Thrift and Shaun French},
  year={2002}
}
This paper is concerned with the changing nature of space. More and more of the spaces of everyday life come loaded up with software, lines of code that are installing a new kind of automatically reproduced background and whose nature is only now starting to become clear. This paper is an attempt to map out this background. The paper begins by considering the nature of software. Subsequently, a simple audit is undertaken of where software is chiefly to be found in the spaces of everyday life… CONTINUE READING

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