Last year Mark Hayward, Rob Mitchell, and myself organized a conference in Paris on the French philosopher Gilbert Simondon. I originally discovered Simondon's work through my work with Bernard Stiegler, and in the intervening years I've come to view it as an important contribution to new media theory, postwar philosophy, cybernetics, and actor-network theory, among other domains. Since then Mark, Rob and I have assembled two collections of essays on Simondon which, if all goes well, will appear in the journals Appareil and SubStance next year. Contibutors include Henning Schmidgen, Mark B. N. Hansen, and Jean-Hugues Barthélémy. When the texts are published I'll provide a link.