A Collection of Many Problems (In Memory of the Dead Media Handbook)
A visual introduction to media archaeology, obsolete communication technologies, and the history of computing. In the spirit of Bruce Sterling's "Dead Media Handbook" proposal (1995).

"A Collection of Many Problems" by Garnet Hertz, extracted out of the Ancient and Modern Philosophers: as, Secrets and Experiments in Informaticks, Geometry, Cosmography, Horologiography, Astronomy, Navigation, Musick, Opticks, Architecture, Statick, Mechanics, Chymistry, Water-Works, Fire-Works, &c. In memory of the Dead Media Handbook.

Bookwork project. 166 pages, 4.25" x 6.88", perfect binding, white interior paper (60# weight), black and white interior ink, white exterior paper (100# weight), full-color exterior ink. Telharmonium Press, September 2009.

Now available in paperback for a limited time for under $8:

Also being released as a set of fifty double-sided full color cards, 2.17" x 3.31", edition of twelve (12) card sets.
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