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allen gemacht werden! Von literarischen Hy- pertexten zu virtuellen Schreibräumen, in: Friedrich Kittler/Dirk Matejowski (Hg.): Literatur im Informati- onszeitalter, Frankfurt am Main u.a., S. 143–184. ◆ JENKINS, HENRY (2007): Transmedia Storytelling 101, in: Confessions of an Aca-Fan: The Official Weblog of Henry Jenkins, March 22 [http://henryjenkins. org/2007/03/transmedia_storytelling _101.html; 18.12.2016]. ◆ JENKINS, HENRY (2006): Convergence Culture. Where Old and New Media Collide, New York, London. ◆ KEEN, ANDREW (2008): The Cult of the Amateur: How

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Infra- structure from Control Rooms to Household Practices«. In: Science & Technology Studies 27: 2, 93-114. Star, Susan Leigh (1999): »The Ethnography of Infrastructure«. In: American Behavioral Scientist 42: 3, 377-391. Star, Susan Leigh/Bowker, Geoffrey C. (2006): »How to Infrastructure«. In: Handbook of New Media, hg. v. Leah A. Liehvrouw/Sonia Livingstone, London: Sage, 230-245. Suchman, Lucy (1993): »Technologies of Accountability. Of Lizards and Aeroplanes«. In: Technology in Working Order. Studies of Work, Interaction, and Technology, hg. v. Graham