New ebooks at Gleeson Library shine light on the many facets of living in a digital world plus science deniers and USF authors:
- Roleplaying games in the digital age: essays on transmedia storytelling, tabletop RPGs and fandom edited by Stephanie Hedge and Jennifer Grouling (1 user)
- How to talk to a science denier: conversations with flat Earthers, climate deniers, and others who defy reason by Lee McIntyre (1 user)
- Postprint: books and becoming computational by N. Katherine Hayles (1 user)
- Money, code, space: hidden power in bitcoin, blockchain, and decentralisation by Jack Parkin (1 user)
- The digital factory: the human labor of automation by Moritz Altenried (1 user)
- Kings of crypto: one startup’s quest to take cryptocurrency out of Silicon Valley and onto Wall Street by Jeff John Roberts (1 user)
- Vaccine hesitancy: public trust, expertise, and the war on science by Maya J. Goldenberg (1 user)
- “I have nothing to hide”: and 20 other myths about surveillance and privacy by Heidi Boghosian (1 user)
- Atlas of AI: power, politics, and the planetary costs of artificial intelligence by Kate Crawford (unlimited users)
- CRISPR people: the science and ethics of editing humans by Henry T. Greely (1 user)
- The digitally disposed: racial capitalism and the informatics of value by Seb Franklin (1 user)
- Genius makers: the mavericks who brought AI to Google, Facebook, and the world by Cade Metz (1 user)
- On theories: logical empiricism and the methodology of modern physics by William Demopoulos (unlimited users)
- Cut-and-paste genetics: a CRISPR revolution by Sahotra Sarkar (1 user)
- The rise of digital repression: how technology is reshaping power, politics, and resistance by Steven Feldstein (1 user)
- How to do nothing: resisting the attention economy by Jenny Odell (1 user)
- Multicultural psychology by Pamela Ball Organista, Gerardo Marín, and Kevin M. Chun **University of San Francisco** (3 users)
- How we show up: reclaiming family, friendship, and community by Mia Birdsong (1 users)
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