FMP - Reading and thinking

I signed up to academia.edu to have an access to recommended by dr. Wendy McMurdo essays/books by Daniel Rubinstein and Katherine Sluis. The first essay I picked up was the "Photography between difference and representation, or the grin of Schrödinger's cat" and I stayed with it for a while as it gave me quite a lot to "digest".  

“A digital image might be directly linked to a time and place in the past, or it can be synthetic, constructed within the bowels of the network purely through computation; but in any case it is also the product of the duplications, variations, transformations, and calculations which are part of the algorithmic and coded structure of the network” (Rubinstein)