Jeg har funnet ut hvordan jeg kan få Mac-en til å slutte å rette liten ‘i’ til stor ‘I’. En gang i tiden var Mac enklere å bruke en Windows. Den forskjellen er i ferd med å forsvinne, særlig fordi Apple stadig oftere gjør slik Microsoft gjorde, og gjemmer nyttige funksjoner på ulogiske steder. Continue reading
Thursday 13 November, I gave a talk at ECREA 2014.
If you would like to read the full paper, you may download it from this page. Comments are very welcome!
My slides are here:
I dag snakket jeg til skolelærere på Universitetet i Oslos «Faglig-pedagogisk dag». Tittelen på forelesningen var «Medier som software: Hva kan medievitenskapen lære av Software Studies» Continue reading
In the APA style, the level three headings should be inline, that is, the next sentence begins just after the heading, not on a new line. Continue reading
Goldberg, David Theo and Stefka Hristova. «Blue Velvet: Re-dressing New Orleans in Katrina’s Wake» Vectors 3.1 (2007) <http://vectors.usc.edu/projects/index.php?project=82>
Blue Velvet is a linear article arguing that the disaster in New Orleans during hurricane Katrina was a socially produce one, as the affected area was designated for poor black people and had been neglected for over a century, a development made even worse by neoliberalism and the Iraq war. Continue reading
Offenhuber, Dietmar. “Wegzeit: The geometry of relative distance”. Vectors 1.2 (2006) <http://vectors.usc.edu/projects/index.php?project=64>
Regular maps show objective distances and spatial relations. But we also experience spaces in relative measures, such as the time it will take you to get somewhere. «Wegzeit» is a short presentation of six different experimental maps of Los Angeles. Continue reading
Hastie, Amelie (curator). «Objects of Media Studies». Vectors 2.1 (2006). <http://vectors.usc.edu/projects/index.php?project=65> 28 July, 2014.
This is a curated collection of texts by eight writers exploring the materiality of one object each. The nodes can be read in three ways: By author, by curator’s narrative, or free browsing. Continue reading
Daniel, Sharon. “Public Secrets”. Vectors 2.2 (2007). <http://vectors.usc.edu/projects/index.php?project=57>
“Public Secrets” is a collection (what Manovich would call a ‘database’) of bits of sound recordings of interviews with inmates in a California women’s prison. The bits are linked together by various means, but the main listening experience is one of random browsing, assembling a mosaique out of sound bites ranging from 45 seconds to 3 minutes. The piece was recognized as an Official Honoree in the Activism category by the 11th Webby awards. Continue reading