Monthly Archives for May 2004
Demos Greenhouse has a post today that nicely encapsulates the power of blogs and networking online – and the disadvantages of it, seen from the point of view of a thinktank of political activists and researchers (“people changing politics”)who have … Continue reading
WordPress was far easier to install than Movable Type was, and it has built in spam blacklists and easier-looking comment management, and a nice interface, but I don’t know php so editing the templates I find that I’m spending a … Continue reading
This layout is called Rubric, is designed by Hadley Wickham, and won second place in a styling competition for WordPress. I’ll come up with something of my own in a while, but not just now. [Update: design is changing…]
WordPress is far easier to install than Movable Type was. Might take a while before things are in order here, though.
Cameron Marlow on weblogs and authority Charles Lowe and Terra Williams on weblogs in the writing classroom
Steve Kurtz’s bioartsupplies have been confiscated by the FBI.
I went to see Alladeen with Hanne-Lovise this evening. Five actors, many projectors, several technicians: it was theatre and video and animations all on top of each other, extravagant and often quite effective. The website is a separate project and … Continue reading
Tomorrow a mixed reality game/performance will be mixing on-the-street players in West Bromwich in the UK and online players like yourself, with the aim to find objects in a virtual yet real city. It’s called Uncle Roy All Around You … Continue reading
Tomorrow and Friday there’s a conference here where Friedrich Kittler and Jay Bolter and many other worthy speakers will be talking about new media. Should be good. I bet you could turn up even if you’ve not registered – it’s … Continue reading