Monthly Archives: August 2007

A Sterling assertion

Rather belatedly, I’ve become quite a fan of Bruce Sterling’s work as trend-spotter and tech pundit. I can see why he’s a bit much for some people, he rubbed me the wrong way for some time, and I have yet … Continue reading

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Is it possible to audit an open course?

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New Forms Festival 07: Re:Use

I’ve had some intermittent fun with the New Forms Festival here in Vancouver over the years. Kinski were kind enough to melt my frontal lobe, and I had fun at Art Camp last year doing the cassette shuffle with Draggin … Continue reading

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