Monthly Archives for June 2005
I’ve rarely seen my blog as inordinately dull as in the last week or two. I’m off on my summer holidays on Tuesday morning, and I’ve been frantically trying to tie up all the loose ends here at work. Got … Continue reading
Oh no! Humanistic Informatics is far worse at publishing than Informatics. We’re even lagging 0.02 points behind Infomedia. Karltk explains all, in good old AD&D fashion.
Here’s a job advertisement for a PhD fellowship looking at the convergence between information systems and new media in a democracy perspective – four years, 25% teaching, pay is around about $40,000 I think, and you need an MA in … Continue reading
Have you noticed that when the audience of a presentation laughs, they all look at each other? It’s the only chance you get to look each other in the eye.
The results of the 60 second story contest have been announced! Steve Himmer won, with Charles. Some others of my favourites did very well too — go on, have a look at the whole list!
Oh, just look at the screensaver Even made. That link goes to a quicktime of how it looks, this link goes to his blog where ages ago, back in May, he explains how he did it. Kind of complicated. I … Continue reading
I would like to blog. There is no time. Sorry.
I’m acting editor for the Hypertext Criticism theme of JoDI, the Journal for Digital Information. I’ve been co-editing the theme along with Susana Tosca for a couple of years now, but this year’s Susana’s on maternity leave and has left … Continue reading
I just had lunch with Tor Arne Fanghol, who’s the editor in charge of the internet section of Bergens Tidende, the local newspaper. It was really interesting hearing about their thoughts for the web newspape. Some interesting facts: They publish … Continue reading
The short paper deadline for Hypertext 2005 was just extended till June 16. Have you ever written a short paper? I love them. They’re perfect for when you never got time to write the longer paper you were thinking of, … Continue reading