Monday, May 28, 2001
Loom2 Work in Progress
"Loom2 is a continuation of the work that began in Loom.
Our process involves both design sketching and computational sketching which work off of each other in a simultaneous process"
professor judith donath . danah boyd . hyun-yeul lee . dan ramage with additional support from ming-en cho and jonathan goler
[9:51 PM | wl |
Monday, May 21, 2001
The Hot New Medium Is ... Email
By David S. Bennahum
"List publishing is not merely information delivered to your mailbox, it's the devolution of mass media into the hands of everyday people. And it's growing faster than the Web."
I just found this again! One of my favourite Wired artiles ever - still relevant and right.
[12:33 AM | wl |
The Rise and Fall of Wired. 6. The Sell-Out. By Stephen Downes
" What we were dreaming about was profound global transformation. We wanted to tell the story of the companies, the ideas, and especially the people making the Digital Revolution. Our heroes weren't politicians and generals or priests and pundits, but those creating and using technology and networks in their professional and private lives - you."
Also has a list of links to what he calls the GOOD articles in WiReD
[12:30 AM | wl |
essays by Jim Esch An Introduction to the Critique of Wired Culture
The technology goes deep, but the human soul goes deeper.
copyright 2001 by James M. Esch ~ [email protected]
[12:28 AM | wl |
Wednesday, May 16, 2001
Brill's Content: Human Portals
"Giant Internet portals are struggling. News outfits have cut staffs. So why is the Net getting more interesting? A surge of independent-thinking Web enthusiasts -- the human portals -- are cataloging data and news on their sites and making us rethink how we get information."
[5:39 PM | wl |
Tuesday, May 15, 2001
WebReview.com: Good Grief! The Highs and Lows of Usability Testing
The Kubla Ross stages applied to Web Site testing!
[4:00 PM | wl |
Saturday, May 05, 2001
Books of the Month -- Index
David Bell and Barbara M. Kennedy, eds., The Cybercultures Reader. Routledge, 2000. Reviewed by Aimee Morrison and Kate O'Riordan.
Allan Lightman, The Diagnosis. Pantheon Books, 2000. Reviewed by Ana Viseu.
Byron Reeves & Clifford Nass, The Media Equation. How People Treat Computers, Television, and New Media Like Real People and Places. CSLI Publications, 1996. Reviewed by Mikael Jakobsson."
[10:30 AM | wl |
The Collective Unconscious - an interesting dream project. Being discussed in Psyber-L.
[10:24 AM | wl |
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