Monthly Archives for August 2004

fixing trackbacks

Just trying to fix my trackbacks. If this pings that, it worked!

31. August 2004 by Jill
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rss comments feeds

Three people have complained that my comments RSS isn’t working. I don’t use RSS readers enough to even quite know what you do with a comments RSS, but obviously it’d be nice if I could make it work. However, I’ve … Continue reading

31. August 2004 by Jill
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electronic art in public spaces

Look, PNEK made a website as well as a book: Elektronisk kunst i offentlige rom. In addition to my piece, which is an introductory essay called Kunst i bevegelse, there are descriptions and photos of sixteen electronic artworks in Norwegian … Continue reading

31. August 2004 by Jill
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numedia.edu

Better late than never, numedia.edu is another blog that reported from ISEA. And one to start reading, from the look of it.

31. August 2004 by Jill
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elektronisk kunst i offentlige rom

Going to Oslo this afternoon, to spend an evening with old friends and then tomorrow give a talk about an essay I wrote as an introduction to a catalogue of electronic art in public spaces in Norway. Here’s more information … Continue reading

30. August 2004 by Jill
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why are sex and computers conflated?

Sometimes reading only slightly old books is quite unsettling. In Dream Machines, a book I love on the whole, Nelson quotes what apparently used to be the motto of Electronic Arts, “a software company”, now one of the major producers … Continue reading

27. August 2004 by Jill
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scared

I signed up for an excursion the Alliance Fran?ßaise is hosting this Saturday. It’s a guided tour of the roses out at the Arboretum – in French of course – and to be followed by a picnic. The website seems … Continue reading

26. August 2004 by Jill
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research papers related to weblogs

I did some e-journal surfing and found a couple of useful papers today. Results – with abstracts and links – are below. These articles are in subscription-only journals, so they’re easiest to get if your library subscribes.

26. August 2004 by Jill
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generate a movement

Forget studet plagiarism: in the real world you can fake a grassroots campaign by generating letters to the editor that get printed in hundreds of newspapers.

25. August 2004 by Jill
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fiction and blogging

So someone wondered when I’d be moving to Paris to join my French boyfriend. Good grief. Must have been my I love Paris post set him off, don’t you think? Blogging has hazards I hadn’t even considered. I mean, sure, … Continue reading

25. August 2004 by Jill
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