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Archive for January, 2013

Talking in Amsterdam

I’ll be giving the following talk next Wednesday, February 6, at the Gerrit Rietveld Academie in Amsterdam. It’s part of the series Where Are We Going, Walt Whitman? An Ecosophical Roadmap for Artists and Other Futurists. (The series looks incredible. I wish I could be there for all the other talks and events.)

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Introducing e²mc

e2mc, short for “evolving ecological media cultures,” has gone online. e2mc begins as the class blog for the University of Vermont course “Media Ecologies and Cultural Politics.” Its long-term goal is to become the online face of the UVM Ecomedia Studies Lab, which is still in development. The blog is open to anyone interested in participating, […]

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A few days after Aaron Swartz’s suicide — in part triggered by the prospect of a 35-year prison sentence for making a big stash of scholarly journal articles available to the public for free (!) — it is appropriate to think about what is wrong with the state of academic publishing today. Here’s a for […]

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The Immanence Shadow Blog — that space where I scoop up little things of interest found on the internet — has been reinvented and reloaded as scoop.it/t/immanence. You can subscribe to it here. The latest piece I’ve added is the following bit of prescient (or perhaps eternally relevant) American humor: H/t to Jon Cogburn at […]

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