Monthly Archives for November 2004

towards a literacy of cooperationg

Towards a Literacy of Cooperation looks like a great course. It’s running at Stanford next semester, and for those of us who can’t get to California every Wednesday, an online component is promised via a wiki and a blog which … Continue reading

30. November 2004 by Jill
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more blogging papers

The latest ACM Communications has a pile of articles on blogging. So nice that there’s enough out there now that one can choose to only read the articles on one’s own particular blogging focus. More literary blogging papers, anyone?

30. November 2004 by Jill
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research on political blogs

On the Association of Internet Researchers‘ mailing list, Wainer Lusoli wrote that several papers on political blogs were presented at the American Political Science Association Conference 2004 – search for “blog” from that site and you’ll see the titles and … Continue reading

30. November 2004 by Jill
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send APPEAL to 1960

I though Amnesty’s SMS appeals thing sounded cool, so I signed up. But how on earth can this work? The messages are so innane, so totally untrustworthy in their simplicity, I mean, look at today’s: Frances Newton skal henrettes i … Continue reading

26. November 2004 by Jill
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blah

I spent a day home with my daughter Wednesday, wisely deciding that a day’s rest will make an exhausted child with a sore throat better. It did, but I didn’t rest at all though, what with nursing a sick child, … Continue reading

26. November 2004 by Jill
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hver dag med feber

Of course I followed the link left by the anonymous commenter who wrote in Danish that he could never stop himself from entering a candy store. Crafty marketer, that commenter, or just someone who knows the medium, because at the … Continue reading

24. November 2004 by Jill
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irresistable

Hyperfictions may not be for the literary gourmet who likes to indulge in a piece of prose in the figurative bathtub. Hyperfictions are for the addict to whom the sight of the fridge is the promise of a bowl of … Continue reading

24. November 2004 by Jill
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evaluating hypertext

George Landow is one of the pioneers of hypertext theory, having constructed hypertexts with students at Brown University during the late eighties and early nineties and written what was probably the most important early work on hypertext theory and fiction. … Continue reading

23. November 2004 by Jill
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game console advice wanted

Father Christmas is getting my eight-year-old daughter and me a game console for Christmas. I’m helping him along by, uh, choosing, ordering and paying for the item. Since I’ve never really used consoles I’m floundering a little. I’m going to … Continue reading

23. November 2004 by Jill
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light

I was up till one Thursday redoing my talk, so deep into work I had to force myself to bed. I did the distributed narratives from a new angle and it changed completely, fascinating how a different framework opens different … Continue reading

20. November 2004 by Jill
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