Monthly Archives for March 2004
Amusing video: “I look at people who have 100 friends on Friendster the same as I look on people in the real world who have 30 sexual partners.” (via Danah)
The new Detox exhibition currently touring Norway has an interesting list of partipating artists. Lots of electronic and new media stuff. Due to hit Bergen in late November. Curated by Peter Andersson and StÂle Stenslie.
I promised more on the Norwegian Electronic Literature Organisation. After Scott Rettberg’s talk here in January, Thomas Brevik suggested we start up an organisation for electronic literature in Norway, a Norwegian sister organisation to the Electronic Literature Organisation in the … Continue reading
Half an hour’s writing a day keeps the doctor away, Finn notes. Let’s blog!
Ooh! We got seed funding from KulturrÂdet to start up a Norwegian version of the Electronic Literature Organisation! This is so cool!
So what do you do when your kid starts a group blog with his or her friends for complaining about their parents?
My favourite Stumbles of today: Other People’s Stories: Every story on OPS is a story a contributor heard from someone else. These stories have been overheard and misheard, told and re-told and sometimes refined over time. They do not shy … Continue reading
If Bush keeps tripping over his own feet, it should be hard for the Democrats not to win the election.
Good heavens: Automated Essay Grading exists. Admittedly they’re only recommending it as a tool students can use during revision, before submitting the paper, but if you read the full paper (PDF) you’ll see that computers have many advantages over human … Continue reading
I’ve been meaning to blog this for weeks: Stumbleupon. Sign up, add a toolbar to your browser (not Safari or Explorer for Macs; use Firefox or Mozilla instead) and click a thumbs up when you like a website. It’ll store … Continue reading