konspire2b, described here in a slashdot post,A Blog With Unlimited Bandwidth (Beta 1.2), is a peer to peer blog with possibilities for distributed archiving.
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MERLOT at http://www.merlot.org/ is a instructional technology review site. It might be a model for peer review of tools. It seems to run on a collaborative model where members review each other’s materials.
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A new digital arts centre has opened in Montral. See SociÈtÈ des arts technologiquesSAT.
Finished another book from the Canada Reads, Hubert Aquin’s Next Episode. Not sure it is that good. While it has the type of dense allusive prose that can impress people and it deals in an interesting way with Quebec seperatism and terrorism, it was a pain to read. At some point the story wasn’t interesting and characters became codes without much depth.
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How would I capture and portray the experience of driving down Barton street on a sunny afternoon. The decayed buildings, the people, the moving tableau.
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I am trying to come up with designs for Web Essays. These are based on digital photos I have taken. What is the best way to display them? How does text work with them?
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Can we imagine a form of peer-review bloglets on focused themes for fixed durations that would be around multimedia and humanities computing? Here is the idea I put to Steve.
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The Best of Creative Computing were magazine/book collections of articles on computing and culture from 1976 – 7. There are articles on computer art, AI, computer poetry and so on. It has a Computer Lib feeling. Both volume 1 and 2 are scanned in at: http://www.atariarchives.org/bcc1/. At this site there are also full scans of other early computing books.