I don't normally spend tons of time responding via blog postings to things I read online, though I do like to look in on the debates that are playing out in blog spaces. This week, some synchronicity between things I've encountered has prompted me to compose a few thoughts.
I found an old cassette in a shoebox. Here is the aftermath.
Before the regular routines start to roll through the days I just want to say how much I enjoyed the 2011 Computers and Writing Conference. Since 1994, I've attended the conference, missing just a few times. There is something about C&W that makes collaboration and friendship not the usual words we pitch about our work but a tangible atmosphere that permeates inside and outside the sessions. It's always a great experience. And the hosts in Ann Arbor did a fantastic job. The panels, town halls, keynotes, and posters were informative and provocative.
A remix of a typing screencast
A screencast for "This is What I Did in My Class," this is a draft to sort out some moves. And it will somehow be woven into the performance.
Just an endmember among the tracings for "Watch the Bubble." Some of those connections might be helpful, but it also seems to fit on its own. And it zooms out a layer from here with its remixing of the two previous posts.