D.E. Wittkower is an Assistant Professor at Old Dominion University, where he teaches courses on philosophy of technology, computer ethics, and information literacy. He holds a Ph.D from Vanderbilt University, where his training concentrated on German philosophy and the history of value theory (ethics, aesthetics, social/political philosophy). His research has focused on Philosophy of Technology and Applied Philosophy—exploring the intersection of New Media Theory, Political Philosophy, Ethics, and 19th and 20th century Continental and American philosophy. Relevant publications include “A Provisional Phenomenology of the Audiobook,” in Audiobooks, Literature, and Sound Studies, Matthew Rubery ed.; "Mind-Mapping Inside and Outside of the Classroom," Learning Through Digital Media: Experiments in Technology and Pedagogy, Trebor Scholz ed.; “On the Wrongfulness of Strong Copyright in E-Business,” in Ethical Issues in E-Business, Daniel Palmer ed.; Facebook and Philosophy, D.E. Wittkower ed.; and iPod and Philosophy, D.E. Wittkower ed.