Monthly Archives for July 2005

off again

I’m going to be gone again for a few days. Back Monday. Seeya!

26. July 2005 by Jill
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group read of daughters of freya

Remember Daughters of Freya, the email mystery about a Californian sex cult I posted about a few months ago? They’re organising a group read, where people who sign up get the story for half price (so about $4) and all … Continue reading

25. July 2005 by Jill
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german language hyperfiction

Anyone interested in German language electronic literature will be pleased to find Beat Suter’s catalogue of it: “Diese datenbank mit dem korpus deutschsprachiger hyperfictions liefert drei kommentierte listen zum thema hyperfiction.” Beat Suter, who’s based in Z¸rich, has also published … Continue reading

25. July 2005 by Jill
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merging private and public?

Danny Butt’s stopped blogging, partly because he finds that blogging encourages him to write too fast, almost as though he’s part of the media he does not trust – “my ìprivateî is thoroughly colonised by the ìpublicî”, he writes, and … Continue reading

20. July 2005 by Jill
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on returning to blogging

Blogging seems to be my way of working. I had no desire at all to blog our wonderful trip through Arizona, or the camping (I’ve visited 13 US states in the last few weeks!) or the beach, but today I’m … Continue reading

20. July 2005 by Jill
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