90. ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Nick Montfort is associate professor of digital media at MIT. He co-edited The New Media Reader, co-authored Racing the Beam, and wrote Twisty Little Passages and the book of poems Riddle & Bind.
Patsy Baudoin is media and film studies librarian and MIT Libraries liaison to the Media Lab and to the Art, Culture & Technology Program.
John Bell is assistant professor of innovative communication design at the University of Maine and senior researcher at Still Water for Network Art and Culture.
Ian Bogost is Ivan Allen College Distinguished Chair in Media Studies and professor of interactive computing at the Georgia Institute of Technology and founding partner, Persuasive Games LLC. He is an author of Unit Operations, Persuasive Games, Newsgames, How to Do Things with Video Games, and Alien Phenomenology.
Jeremy Douglass is assistant professor of English at the University of California, Santa Barbara.
Michael Mateas is a professor of computer science and MacArthur Endowed Chair at the University of California, Santa Cruz whose research focus is AI-based art and entertainment.
Mark C. Marino is an associate professor (teaching) of writing at
the University of Southern California where he directs the
Humanities and Critical Code Studies Lab. In 2010 he hosted the
online Critical Code Studies Working Group, where the first
extensive discussion of the
Casey Reas is an artist and professor of Design Media Arts at the University of California, Los Angeles; with Ben Fry, he initiated the open source programming platform Processing. He is an author of Processing: A Programming Handbook for Visual Designers and Artists; Form+Code in Design, Art, and Architecture; and Process Compendium 2004–2010.
Mark Sample is associate professor of English at George Mason University, where he teaches and researches contemporary literature and new media.
Noah Vawter earned his PhD at the MIT Media Lab. He is a sound artist and invented Ambient Addition, 1-bit groovebox, and other musical instruments.