There’s a conference on new media as cultural techniques and as fora for communicative action here in Bergen on May 27-28. Participation is free and the program includes Jay Bolter on augmented reality, K. Ludwig Pfeiffer on the materiality of communication Knut Ove Eliassen on the novel in the age of postal services. I completely misread that last one at first. “Oh my goodness,” I thought, “there’s an electronic literature researcher in Norway that I didn’t know about!” But no, there are other ages than this electronically networked one and he’s talking about the postal service. I wonder what he’ll say?

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  1. thomas n. burg | randg

    The Magician’s Apprentice
    This conference looks quite interesting.

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