A Different Google
From my referrer stats I found this other Google. I’m sure it’s been around a while and I’ve just missed catching up. As far as I can tell it is part of the whole Google move towards users having Google accounts. Log in with your Google id, personalise the page, drag elements around, and even “create a section” where you can subscribe to an RSS feed. (Now that’s nice.)
Via my referrer stats I see that I got linked from a Chilean blog. From Valparaiso no less – location of a fine Marker e
There are lots of definitions of what constitutes research. I think most of them get bogged down into disciplinary differences
Blog Hui 2006
BlogTalk Prototypes Popping Up Again
The third vog prototype that I made for BlogTalk Downunder, that selectively dips into and quotes from Michael’s video a
Forthcoming Blog Book
I’ve just contributed a chapter to a new anthology on blogging. Axel Bruns and Jo Jacobs are the co-editors. A page is up at Axel’s place, with links to table of contents, contributers, etc. It’s only just gone to publishers so be a bit before it hits the shelves.
Russell Smith from the Australian National University, has an excellent collection of links relating to new media art. As too many now forget, the Web is as much about giving back as it is about getting.
Ways of Showing QT
I think a solution is microns. Mini movies that, for example, automatically take a frame every 15 seconds to make a mini movie of the complete entry and which autoplay (looping) when you mouse over them.
Google Does Webstats
Google Analytics provides webstats for your site. Unlike most of the free counters, you can stick the code on as many pages in
Got this via Matthew Clayfield, braintrustdv A project by the big Lev that collates, solicits, hosts, publishes, scours commentary about electronic cinema. This is a seriously good project and resource. The revolution is finally starting. (Not because Lev has a new site but things like the video iPod are forcing some very good questions.)
Correction (November 17), via Matthew Clayfield. The site isn’t run by Lev, but by Alejandro Adams.
Well, here I am, listening to TAFE teachers describe teaching indigenous populations distributed throughout Queensland to be t