Ok, so the title of this post may be misleading. I’m not certain I know what I’m doing, other than I’m doing #digiwrimo and #acwrimo this year. This means I’m going to focus on getting a metric shitte-tonne of writing done in the month of November. Follow the links above for the official rules, but […]
Warning: there are a lot of words to read in this post. The good news is that relatively few of them are mine. Second Warning: I may get a little preachy here. I don’t mean to preach so much as to testify. This is my story about how I walk the line between supporting a […]
…the publishing industry has lost its technological monopoly on the flow of information. This means that libraries can no longer identify ourselves as purchasing collectives for containers of information. #HCOD sturm und drang There has been much sturm und drang in library-land over Harper Collins recent decision to limit ebook circulation of their titles. Harper […]
Jason Mittell finds connections between structural elements in the TV show The Wire and video games. This is good news for games and other new media, as The Wire is a staggeringly powerful creative work.