Tweet We have a 3D model of the lab which we use in various contexts. For instance I used it when planning the projects and technology session for our recent conference. And working together with “our” 3D expert the model … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: January 2005
Tweet To keep up with the flow of ideas when Professor Henry Jenkins, the program head of Comparative Media Studies at MIT, author, theorist, activist and philosopher, presents a seminar would be a matter of concentration at the best of … Continue reading
Tweet We are planning to make the filmed version of the Aarseth-Jenkins debate (on /computer/ game studies) available soon. We will make the announcement in this blog.
Tweet The UCIT Web features another article in the aftermath of the recent Technological Texture conference: “VÃƒ¤gval fÃƒ¶r humaniora“
Tweet I have taken quite a few pages of notes from the conference, mainly from those speakers who dealt with issues of hypertexts, narrative, digital art and literature, and copyright. Here are some of them.
Tweet Working with an institutional blog is partly about finding out where to blog. I just decided that I will blog about why I do not like traditional conferences in my own blog. I wonder whether my own blog will … Continue reading
Tweet Mikael Hansson at Umeå Center for Interaction Technology has published an article on Jay Bolter’s conference presentation. The article (in Swedish) is available from here.