My chapter for Networked: a (networked_book) about (networked_art), Lifetracing. The Traces of a Networked Life, is now officially online and open to comments. Thanks to Turbulence.org and and the National Endowment for the Arts for supporting my research. Lifetracing. The Traces of a Networked Life Identity on the web has changed by the assemblage of… Read more Lifetracing. The Traces of a Networked Life online at Networked: A Networked Book
Ik werd vanmiddag door Sanne Brand en Mark Zaremba via Twitter geïnterviewd voor hun project Social Networkz aan de Fontys Hogeschool voor Journalistiek in Tilburg. Het “origineel” is te vinden op de blog van Sanne Brand. Wat ik met name interessant vind aan deze vorm van een interview is dat ik door de “restricties” van… Read more Twitter Interview “Ik begin de dag met mijn RSS Reader”
Lev Manovich published a .doc and .pdf of his upcoming book Software Takes Command online. You may download it, send in suggestions and remarks and design your own cover. Here’s my design for Software Takes Command by Lev Manovich using an image I took while visiting the Software Studies Workshop led by Manovich at UCSD.
Last week I gave a lecture on ‘Blogging, software standards and template culture’ at the Dutch Film Festival at the SuperPowerPointCinema mini-conference with Bruce Sterling and Eboman organized by Mieke Gerritzen and Koert van Mensvoort. Blogging, software standards and template culture View SlideShare presentation or Upload your own. (tags: blogging software_studies) I do not have… Read more Slides and notes from my presentation on Blogging, Software Standards and Template Culture
Tomorrow I will give a lecture (in English) on ‘Blogging, software standards and template culture’ in Utrecht at the Dutch Film Festival. Unfortunately Lev Manovich won’t be able to make it but Eboman and Bruce Sterling are! We’d love to see you there. General Information Mini Conferentie SuperPowerPointCinema Datum: Woensdag 1 Oktober Locatie Hoogt1, Utrecht… Read more Lecture on ‘Blogging, software standards and template culture’