It’s just 9 days till Digital Arts and Culture 2003 starts in Melbourne, and the conference blog is getting livelier, with more writers – there’s information about Melbourne and the conference, and now we’re getting to the actual conference delegates, as Torill’s joined the ranks of official MelbourneDAC bloggers. It will be very interesting to see how this group conference blog works out. Also, comments have finally been enabled, which might allow some discussions between people who’ll be at the conference and everyone who can’t be there. [The trackbacks on their blog don’t seem to work, though.]

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