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archiving and documenting electronic literature

We’re organising an international workshop today on Databases and Bibliographic Standards for Electronic Literature, and I’ve been tweeting away from the ELMCIP account. I’m so impressed at how much work is being done around the world on documenting and archiving electronic literature. […]

iphone app for registering research time

I’ve been beta-testing UiB’s new iPhone app that lets us register hours we work and I’m loving it. For a few years now we’ve been registering time spent teaching according to a set of rules (an hour’s lecture is multiplied by four […]

feeding e-lit to the ELMCIP knowledge base

The ELMCIP project group here in Bergen has been spending a lot of time feeding the Knowledge base of electronic literature over the last few months, and it’s really starting to come together. Look, here’s a screencast I made showing how all […]

what does a great academic blog look like?

My blog desperately needs a makeover. The current design is from 2004 or thereabouts I think, and while I was thrilled at it at the time, it’s messy visually with all the stuff I’ve added (Twitter feeds and delicious links and whatnot) […]

a knowledge base for electronic literature

Today we’ve opened up the ELMCIP Knowledge Base of electronic literature up to everyone – it’s in public beta. It’s definitely still got a long way to go, but there’s enough there now that I think it’s already got a lot of […]

studentaktivitet: dr¯ft fiktive klager til PFU

[In Norwegian again, sorry English peeps] I dag holdt jeg gjesteforelesning for Linda Elen Olsens INFO114, hvor vi bl.a. diskuterte tidslinjen for krÊsj mellom privat og offentlig kontekst og s p PFUs begrunnelse for at Eliassen ikke fikk medhold i klagen sin […]

Is anything you write on Facebook reason for firing you?

WHAT ARE YOU LOOKING AT? Originally uploaded by nolifebeforecoffee‚ô° Leafing through the paper version of yesterday’s BT I was horrified to read the newspaper arguing (not online) that: It’s perfectly OK for a newspaper to print a private status update from an […]

Retten til et privatliv

[This week the newspaper wrote about a colleague who had posted a private Facebook message complaining about bad student work, and followed up with an editorial about how we always represent our employers in social media. I disagree, and sent this response […]


lesson plan: BASIC for DIKULT104

[updated after class] I taught a two hour lab on BASIC for our DIKULT104: Computing Technology: History, Theory and Practice students today. This was the first time I’ve taught BASIC, but I’m thrilled to get the chance. I have nostalgic memories of […]