Space and Culture
Weblog for the International Journal of Social Space. I love this blog because it regularly shows me something new about the physical world. Edited by Rob Shields and Anne Galloway, beautifully presented with wonderful images.
A project of The Institute for the Future of the Book founded by Bob Stein, of that early pioneer company Voyager. Remember it? if:book is inspiring, providing informative and intelligent news and views about 21st century publishing.
Tips for better, more productive computing. Ok, I admit it, I am addicted. So many tips and so little time. My bulging downloads folder is the result of taking too much notice of Tipmonkies' ever-flowing stream of new applications and things to do with them.
Not really a blog, but certainly RSS from top to toe. I am so proud of the BBC for grasping the internet in the early days when it could just have easily have run scared. And now look at it! Podcasts, Listen Again, programme downloads - and soon, they say, streaming TV. Fantastic, and free to the entire world!
Writing and the Digital Life
Cheating, I know, since I originated this site, but we have launched today for BlogDay, and our 25 international writers are limbering up and ready to go. This is a collaborative transdisciplinary blog about the impact of digital technologies upon writing and lived experience. We talk about writing and reading in the context of 'new and old' media, transliteracy, craft, art, process and practice, social networks, cooperation and collaboration, narrative and memory, human computer interaction, imagination, nature, mind, body, and spirit. Read us!