Archive for March, 2007
On C’s (or who’s qs was it) qs the other day – do I blog?
I have blogs, I have had web-presences for more than a decade – but I’m not sure that I can really call myself a blogger really…
Let me think on this.
How content might circulate through scholarly content systems
What types of evaluation do I want?
Who are your peers
taking up J’s suggestion of play…
at mediacommons.futureofthebook.org editorial board meeting
Okay – for now I find twitter (at least the public timeline part) annoying.
but I see potential for interesting kinds of writing collaborations through the friends connections of course – the form would be shaped by the shortness of the communication (perhaps like writing on leaves or something) so we’d have to think of putting a thought down in that short space.
But as it is the public timeline and replying to what are you doing now is annoying…
well if dana and frank have blogged about it – I must go check out what its about right?