I wrote a guest contribution for about:blank, a Dutch blog on blogging that has been around since 2002. The post is about my personal blogging experiences and the Blog as an Evolving Object (In Dutch). Enjoy!
Saturday afternoon I went to one of New York City’s billions of Starbucks for the New York City WordPress November Meetup. Even though only a few people attended it was very interesting to meet fellow WordPress users and enthusiasts. WordPress was applauded for its ease of use, the fact that its free and that it… Read more Visiting the New York City WordPress November Meetup
Things might get a little quiet around here because I am off to New York and suburban New Jersey for a month. I’ll be working on my thesis on Blog Software and Blog Search Engines. I am planning on going to the The New York City WordPress Meetup Group tomorrow, Saturday, November 17, 2007, 4:00… Read more I’m Off to New York
On October 27th, 2007 Alexander Galloway presented Guy Debord’s “The Game of War“ at Mediamatic, Amsterdam. After his excellent talk we asked Galloway if he would be interested in meeting us for a coffee at the university to discuss his book Protocol. Esther covered our session with Alexander Galloway on the Masters of Media blog… Read more A Discussion with Alexander Galloway on Protocol @ University of Amsterdam
RÃ©gine Debatty from We Make Money Not Art gave us an insight on how the blog started and developed over the years. Debatty used to be a teacher in Latin and Greek but moved to the film and tv industry. She was working in the office pretending to be creative. She had a lot of… Read more RÃ©gine Debatty @ New Cultural Networks Conference
I just noticed a change in my Google Alert. Instead of one alert it is now divided into two alerts, one for Google Blogs and one for Google Web. Is Google taking on a spherical approach? It is now clearly distinguishing between the blogosphere and the web, which is sometimes called the division between the… Read more Google Alert is Now Mixing the Blogosphere and the Web