Monthly Archives for April 2003
Dagbladet (the more cultural of Norway’s two major tabloids) has started up a newspaper weblog. Jon writes about it, I haven’t time to look at it now (coat, lock door, get bike, fetch book from library, daughter from after-school care, … Continue reading
In weblogs groups emerge and dissipate based on what’s being discussed, whereas in a mailing list it’s the other way round: the group exists first and discussions exist within the group. Because weblogs emerge, no one has the power to … Continue reading
Another wedding invitation: two names and a date. A tiny red confetti heart held safe inside laminated plastic that will last forever.
A few weeks ago Liz invited me to join Friendster, which is a social networking site. You enter your profile, say whether you want to make friends, find business partners, date or all of the above, and then you hook … Continue reading
She wondered whether she should rewrite the past to explain the present. Does now negate then?
Yes, Jarle, I agree absolutely, Humanistic Informatics should have a portal to our blogs, like they do at Harvard. We’ve talked about it. Soon we might start working on it too!
The New Media Theory students are using the course weblog actively, and even cooler: Wu has started her own blogspot blog, Thinking while walking and some others have set up a joint blog, La Escuelita. The New Media Theory course … Continue reading
According to Karlin Lillington, writing for the Irish Times, William Gibson will stop blogging when he starts writing his next novel. It sounds as though he needs privacy in order to write: He’s about ready to start thinking of his … Continue reading
Lisbeth’s post about being a grown up academic makes me even more eager to complete that PhD.
I slip my grandmother’s ring onto the middle finger of my right hand. It’s looser than I remember it. My cheeks have lost their fullness, too. I look in the mirror and think that this is what I look like … Continue reading