Monthly Archives for August 2004
I made a to do list on a large sheet of paper, spatially organised by topic but with enough white space that it still looks calm. This semester I’m going to write consistently, although it’s easy to look at the … Continue reading
I’m home from ISEA, I’ve sent my daughter to school, my teaching starts on Wednesday: semester’s starting again. I’m going to spend an hour or two planning my autumn. There are a lot of things I want to do but … Continue reading
I have no idea what Matthew Fuller is talking about in the final session at ISEA. He’s got images flickering above his head, and a terminal window that seems to be picking out words from what he’s saying and searching … Continue reading
Mary Flanagan and Ken Perlin are presenting Rapunsel, a project where they’re getting 11-13 year old girls keen on computers by – with the girls – designing a system where the kids program animated characters to choreograph a dance. From … Continue reading
This is from the boat… and this is just what a lot of the evenings here at ISEA have felt like. iseaclub Originally uploaded by srett.
Nina Wakefield‘s keynote is on “The identity politics of mobility and design culture”, and I took notes straight here. Wakefield’s an ethnographer from Britain who’s basing her theories on identity on queer theory. Her main argument is that rich people … Continue reading
We walked in late for Wendy Hui Kyong Chun’s keynote, but Axel Bruns blogged his notes so we can pick up the question session OK.
If you read Swedish, read Kati K?§llman’s diary from ISEA. She just interviewed some of our panel for Radio Ekstrem (I think) and blogs in the community site her radio runs. You have to sign up to read it but … Continue reading
Timo is posting photos from ISEA here. There are some photos at Flickr too.
My camera’s ill but uploading a few phone pics to Flickr I noticed there are other people posting photos from here as well. This is the keynote I’m in right now. Erkki Huhtamo is talking about the history of mobile … Continue reading