Erika Lincoln wrote:
> I am curious what of Flusser's have you been reading? I bumped into
> his writing last year and found it quite interesting. Alot of other
> theory, (north american) in media art that I have read has put forth
> some of the same ideas but the authors have not mentioned any of
> Flusser's writing in their notes.
I found Flusser while working on a web site about the Abbey of Fontrevraud in France because he spent some time there:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fontevraud_Abbey
Flusser was famous for not crediting his sources. He explains why in an essay titled "Essays" in the collection "Writings" edited by Andreas Strohl. He chooses "lively style" over "academic style" and that's probably why academics don't like to give him any credit.
I read Flusser's collection of essays "The Shape of Things" every couple of months because I always find something new in them. Or I did until some theif made off with the book when we were in the Maiden Lane office.
The only other book in English I know of is his "Philosophy of Photography", which I haven't read but am now reminded to seek out.