So, I’ve been asked by several people what were my faves of 2015. In typical fashion, for me, it’s hard to say – this has been a great year for music. I haven’t been listening to very much popular … Continue reading
I was interviewed by Davide Georgetta and Valerio Nicoletti for their research in libraries, archives, and file sharing. I think my answers are interesting and worth sharing publicly. Conversation on digital archiving practice 1. In which way are text-sharing … Continue reading
I haven’t made any paintings in a very long time. So, as a kind of idle fantasy I thought about what kind of paintings I would make if I did want to make them. I would want to keep them … Continue reading
This is where I am at with that – it’s been “dark” because I’ve been applying for grants. Haven’t got any yet. However, one grant VERY close. I got good feedback on why I didn’t get it, so I … Continue reading
Tra la la la la. This is getting boring. I wish this shit would work.
This is from Tyler Neylon at The Cost of Knowledge, in collaboration with SPARC “The key to all these issues is the right of authors to achieve easily-accessible distribution of their work.”– The Cost of Knowledge Last month, Elsevier made … Continue reading