A selection of my Pinkpop 2007 pictures are online at Flickr. Photos include: Goose, Juliette & the Licks, Wir Sind Helden, Marilyn Manson, Paolo Nutini, Ozark Henry, Snow Patrol, Maximo Park, 30 Seconds to Mars, Muse, the Magic Numbers, Dave Matthews Band, Korn and the Smashing Pumpkins. Due to legal constrictions these images cannot be… Read more Pinkpop 2007 photos online
Juliette & The Licks, originally uploaded by silvertje. The next few days I will be at the Pinkpop festival taking pictures for VPRO 3VOOR12. View my Pinkpop 2007 pictures at Flickr.
Next Tuesday I will show some of my pictures at Vers Geperst at Club 11 in Amsterdam. You are all invited to come and watch or join in! We will also present our Masters of Media blog. Vers Geperst is an informal gathering that offers young creatives a chance to present their finest work and… Read more My 242 seconds of fame @ Club 11 in Amsterdam
I recently celebrated my 1000th bookmark on del.icio.us and mentioned some things I would like to see implemented such as usage data: revisiting links data sorting your list by frequent use attempts to double post a link (as an indication of importance) Erik kindly offered to talk about possibly implementing some of these features by… Read more More thoughts on del.icio.us
WordPress 2.2 came out five days ago and I am still deciding if I should upgrade or not. Why upgrade: I like being up-to-date Integrated widgets instead of a separate plugin A plugin sandbox that will test all the plugins before actually running them. Previously, if a plugin wasn’t installed correctly or was incompatible with… Read more To upgrade or not to upgrade
University Of Chicago Press, USA 2005 288 pp. Paperback, $16.50 USD ISBN 0226321487 Buy at Amazon My Mother Was a Computer: Digital Subjects and Literary Texts is Hayles’ final book of her trilogy on the binary opposition between embodiment and information through an engagement with the materiality of literary texts. She continues where she has… Read more My Mother Was a Computer: Digital Subjects and Literary Texts – N. Katherine Hayles