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  • 128 pages 
  • 16cm × 22cm 
  • Published in Melbourne, 2019 

Offscreen magazine examines how we shape technology and how technology shapes us. Through in-depth interviews and a diverse range of contributors, Offscreen explores what a more humane future shaped by technology might look like.


In this issue:


  • Kim Goodwin on measuring what matters
  • James Bridle on machine-made realities and the flaws in computational thinking
  • Renée DiResta on uncovering malign narratives on social media
  • Nathan Schneider on the shortcomings of our individualist culture
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