Frances Dyson is a writer and media artist with a research focus on sound, digital media and posthumanism. Her web based project "And then it was Now" on Experiments in Art and Technology in the 1960's can be found at (http://www.fondation-langlois.org). Other recent writing can be found in Laura Davidson, Liz Bondi, Laura Cameron, and Mick Smith, (eds.) , Feeling our Way: Advancing Emotional Geographies, Aldershot, UK: Ashgate (in press); Convergence: Winter, 2005 (London: Sage), and Catherine Richards Excitable Tissues (Ottawa Art Gallery) 2004. Her book Sounding New Media: Immersion and Embodiment in the Arts and Culture -- is forthcoming with the University of California Press, summer 2009. Dyson's audio artworks can be heard on New America Radioarchives. She is Associate Professor of Technocultural Studies at UC Davis.