Arts - Stephen Wilson
"compiles notes on and samples of the work of over 200 artists, organized
loosely by scientific discipline. Artists drawing inspiration from cell
cultures, GPS, robots, surveillance databases, and other technological
muses receive a page or two of commentary, often including their own statements
and critical reviews." - amazon.com
@ Media - John Maeda
"Meada @ Media is a compendium of experience and experimentation
that has taken a decade to gather. Twelve thematic chapters provide an
overview of his entire career and research." - amazon.com
The Magic MaCHINE - A. K. DEWDNEY
"This is the second collection of A.
K. Dewdney's popular 'Computer Recreations' columns, drawn from Scientific
Ameriacan magazine. In them, the author reveals the secret behind some
of [the day's] hottest topics, including chaos, computer viruses, fractal
worlds, fantastic prototype computers, and artificial landscapes."
DEFINIITIVE GUIDE TO LEGO MINDSTORMS
- Dave Baum
Dave Baum is the creator of NQC (Not Quite C) a powerful programming language
for lego mindstorms. Covers the construction and programming of several
different mindstorm robots.
Mind-Storms - Seymour Papert
LOGO is a language developed to introduce children to computer programming.
This books describes what logo is, how it was invented and how it works.