Peepshow, prompter, bluebox – trzy meta-metafory relacji podmiot – infosfera
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history of new media
peepshow
prompter
bluebox
media anthropology
subject-inforsphere relation

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Stasieńko, J. (2014). Peepshow, prompter, bluebox – trzy meta-metafory relacji podmiot – infosfera. Annales Universitatis Paedagogicae Cracoviensis | Studia De Cultura, 1, 121–134. Pobrano z https://studiadecultura.up.krakow.pl/article/view/1593

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Peepshow, prompter, bluebox – three meta-metaphors of the subject – infosphere relation

The article describes a specific kind of relation between the subject (considered to be a user of the new media) and digitally created meanings (which build the infosphere) that can be seen as competition. An opportunity to look for dimensions and ranges of this competition is offered by the analysis of history and the way of functioning of three media technologies: peepshow, blue box and prompter. These are treated in the paper as metaphors of the contemporary infosphere prosumer’s condition. The author studies methodological possibilities of analyzing this relation and focuses on presenting the problem in the historical perspective.

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