Writing a book online and facilitating a discussion around it seems to be very popular these days. McKenzie Wark is working on GAM3R 7H30RY which will be published by Harvard University Press in April 2007, and it will contain contributions from readers of his site. Readers are discussing and participating in the writing process and… Read more The networked book: GAM3R 7H30RY & Code Version 2.0
The subtitle of Protocol is `How Control Exists After Decentralization´ which is the question Galloway sets out to answer in his book. Previously the issue of control has been dealt with extensively by Foucault and Deleuze. Foucault addressed the central control in sovereign societies of the classical era followed by the decentralized control of the… Read more Protocol – Alexander Galloway
I’ve been working with WordPress for about two months now and I am still getting used to it. My blog seems like an open-ended project, one that will never finish. Maybe that seems like a rather obvious statement, since a blog is a tool for continuously expressing your thoughts. What I actually mean is the… Read more Software constraints in blogging software
My microwave gave me a nice error today.
So I decided it is time to finally implement the Ultimate Tag Warrior. I am not a php wizard, but I am patient and eager to learn new stuff, both of which help a lot when installing WordPress plug-ins. Although all the plug-ins come with instructions I am often experiencing difficulties. Adding tags to my… Read more WordPress problems #3
I have tons of blogs and sites that I read on a daily basis. So a few years ago I started using Feedreader, a nice free RSS-reader, but I am not totally satisfied with it. It doesn’t allow any control over how often it updates my feeds, some posts are not displayed right and it… Read more Review: Feedreader, Google Reader, Bloglines, Thunderbird RSS Reader