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
Several services allow you to create graphs from search results within blogs. The first one is created by Nielsen BuzzMetrics’ BlogPulse and graphs “I’m sorry blog” over a period of six months. “I’m sorry blog” as graphed on May 12, 2007 by BlogPulse. A few things about this graph: BlogPulse gives 177 results for “I’m… Read more “I’m sorry blog” visualized
Twan recently apologized to his blog instead of his blog audience for not blogging and I am wondering if this is a common thing to do. A search on “I’m sorry blog” provided the following results: Google: 3,730 Technorati: 1,889 INACCURATE results (despite defining the EXACT phrase) Live Search: 915 A9: 912 Blogpulse: 177 Yahoo:… Read more I’m sorry blog excuses
I look at my blog daily, maybe even several times a day. I don’t visit it to check if it’s still there. I am quite sure it is still where I put it and I have enough confidence in my hosting company that it is there for anyone to see. I do it because it… Read more Daily blogging routine and the perceived freshness fetish
DEAF07 Pakhuismeesteren, originally uploaded by silvertje. This blogpost shows the result of using the Flickr Blog This button as described in: WordPress and photos 6: Posting Flickr photos in your blog.
There are two ways to display your Flickr photos on your blog: All photos in an album by using one of the Flickr album plugins as described in part five: Flickr photo album plugins. Individual photos in a blog post by using the Blog This button in Flickr or the integrated function in the Flickr… Read more WordPress and photos 6: Posting Flickr photos in your blog