Today’s my trial lecture. At 4.30 pm. Tomorrow’s the actual defence. From 10.15 am till about 2 or 3 pm. Anyone who’s interested is welcome to come and listen; it’s in Auditorium B at Sydneshaugen. In Bergen. In Norway. But you’re not allowed to ask nasty questions ex auditorio. The press release explains when and where things are happening.

This afternoon, before my trial lecture, Torill‘s giving a talk titled “Kontroll, innflytelse, utfordring og fryd: Flerbrukerspill som brukerstyrt medium”, and on Wednesday, Marie-Laure Ryan, my first opponent and a wonderful scholar, is giving a talk titled “Cyberspace, cybertexts, cybermaps”. Those lectures are open to the public as well.

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