Announcing FCJ Issue 25: Apps and Affect

We at the Fibreculture Journal are very happy to announce a new issue: Apps and Affect.

FCJ25 Apps and Affect edited by Svitlana Matviyenko, Nandita Biswas Mellamphy, Nick Dyer-Witheford, Alison Hearn, and Andrew Murphie.

Issue 25 features;

FCJ-179 On Governance, Blackboxing, Measure, Body, Affect and Apps: A conversation with Patricia Ticineto Clough and Alexander R. Galloway
Svitlana Matviyenko, Patricia Ticineto Clough & Alexander R Galloway

FCJ-180 ‘Spotify Has Added an Event to Your Past’: (Re)writing the Self through Facebook’s Autoposting Apps
Tanya Kant

FCJ-181 There’s a History for That: Apps and Mundane Software as Commodity
Jeremy Wade Morris and Evan Elkins

FCJ-182 Middlebroware
Frédérik Lesage

FCJ-183 iHootenanny: A Folk Archeology of Social Media
Henry Adam Svec

FCJ-184 Interpassive User: Complicity and the Returns of Cybernetics
Svitlana Matviyenko

FCJ-185 An Algorithmic Agartha: Post-App Approaches to Synarchic Regulation
Dan Mellamphy and Nandita Biswas Mellamphy

FCJ-186 Hack for good: Speculative labour, app development and the burden of austerity
Melissa Gregg

FCJ-187 The Droning of Experience
Mark Andrejevic