The Agrippa Files Editors Are Grateful to the Following . . .

 Individuals

  • Kevin Begos, Jr., publisher of Agrippa (for photos of the work, archival materials, and consultation).
  • Allan Chasonoff (for loan of original diskette from the copy of Agrippa in his book art collection).
  • Jane Faulkner, Coordinator for Instructional Services and English & French Literature Librarian, Davidson Library, UCSB (for collaboration on the Dec. 1, 2005, exhibition and panel at the UCSB Davidson Library marking the launch of The Agrippa Files).
  • François Grieu, software engineer based in Paris (for a technical analysis of the disk image of the “Agrippa” diskette posted on The Agrippa Files).
  • Matthew G. Kirschenbaum, Associate Professor, Department of English, University of Maryland, College Park, and Associate Director of the Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities (for contributing a preprint excerpt from his book Mechanisms: New Media and the Forensic Imagination (MIT Press, 2008), the follow-up essay “No Round Trip: Two New Primary Sources for Agrippa, assistance in making available the bootleg video and emulation run of the Agrippa diskette, the Virtual Lightbox, and suggestions of materials and ideas for the site).
  • Robert Maxwell, Digital Forensics Lab and Office of Information Technology, University of Maryland, College Park (for assistance with the production of the emulation run of the Agrippa diskette).
  • Doug Reside, Assistant Director of the Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities at University of Maryland, College Park (for assistance with the production of the emulation run of the Agrippa diskette).
  • Brian Reynolds, Computer Systems Specialist, Department of English, UCSB (for server administration and video-encoding expertise).
  • Carol Rusk, Benjamin and Irma Weiss Librarian, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York City (for consultation on the Whitney’s copy of an Agrippa prototype).
  • Marc Scarpa, Strategic Advisor and former President of Jumpcut, Inc.; Strategic Advisor to www.travelistic.com (Diversion Media), www.iamplify.com, www.pier59studios.com, www.television.com; former New York Bureau Chief of C|NET television; Co-chair of Producers Guild of America, New Media Council NY Committee, and www.pganewmedia.org; Partner, LIFEbeat – The Music Industry Fights AIDS. In 1992, Marc Scarpa was hired by Kevin Begos, Jr., to help produce “the Transmission” event.
  • Amy Schlabitz (for assistance in tracing information related to an article about Agrippa in the German magazine Musik Express).
  • Amanda Stevenson, Registrar/Administrator, Center for Book Arts, New York City (for providing a copy of the exhibition flyer for Agrippa from the Center for Book Arts).
  • David C. Tambo, Head of Special Collections, Davidson Library, UCSB (for collaboration on the Dec. 1, 2005, exhibition and panel at UCSB marking the launch of The Agrippa Files).
  • Amy Weiss, Librarian, Cataloging Department, Davidson Library, UCSB (for guidance in bibliographical description).
  • Freek Wiedjik, mathematician and Assistant Professor of Computing and Information Sciences at Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen, The Netherlands.
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