Monthly Archives for June 2004

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You know how online newspapers claim they want to give you their content free but actually mean they’ll only let you read it if you give them details about your name, address, household income, profession and which articles you read … Continue reading

28. June 2004 by Jill
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traces elsewhere

Make friends with bloggers and sometimes their stories also tell a facet of you: I’ve played and met Weez and spoken on a panel and eaten delicious salads and done many other things that neither I nor anyone else is … Continue reading

28. June 2004 by Jill
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things i’d blog

Some of the links I found I wanted to blog once I could blog again: Ryan Schultz writes about and quotes the exact bit in the Wired article I read at the beach about how creepy guys can find your … Continue reading

27. June 2004 by Jill
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hooray

Astonishing! Hanna and Nick not only made stunning salads, Hanna fixed my blog! I can blog again! Life is beautiful again! Actually I was playing cool. Yeah, you know, sure, it’s good not to blog for a while. Bit of … Continue reading

26. June 2004 by Jill
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student work!

A selection of rather wonderful student projects, with lots of creativity and skill and obvious enjoyment: Sykkelturen 2004: Documenting and promoting three lads cycling from the North Cape to Sicily. Turan.dot: A presentation of the opera. Project Mayhem: A fiction … Continue reading

08. June 2004 by Jill
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blog fiction 2

‘nother article about blog fiction. Via Lisbeth. No blogging till tasks completed. Link only. Be good. Work hard.

07. June 2004 by Jill
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to do before leaving

finalise curriculum for autumn’s course on networked culture send compendium for autumn’s course to Studia for copying finish grading discuss grades with external examiner fill out grade forms pack edit paragraphs for funding app. mow lawn do dishes empty rubbish … Continue reading

07. June 2004 by Jill
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my upstairs neighbour

“I’m so glad to have you around,” she says, just as I start to tell her I’m leaving again. “You spend more time away than at home,” she says accusingly, but still brings in my mail, lovingly sorting it into … Continue reading

06. June 2004 by Jill
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filtering

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06. June 2004 by Jill
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linking

Reading that Google recommends a single webpage has a “reasonable number of links (fewer than 100)”, Gina made a bookmarklet that’ll tell you how many links a page you’re reading has. This page, before I post this post, has far … Continue reading

05. June 2004 by Jill
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