Monthly Archives for August 2004
Just trying to fix my trackbacks. If this pings that, it worked!
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
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
Better late than never, numedia.edu is another blog that reported from ISEA. And one to start reading, from the look of it.
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
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
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
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.
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.
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