briefly noted 02.17.2009, 4:22 PM
posted by dan visel
- In Mute, Tony D. Sampson reviews FLOSS+ART and Software Studies: A Lexicon, two books on software studies and digital art.
- At the Poetry Foundation, Stephanie Strickland a manifesto for e-poetry, which nicely defines how e-poetry might differ from traditional poetry. Examples are provided, though most aren't very compelling.
- Richard Kostelanetz, who has a long history in visual poetry, has some Flash-based e-poetry in Little Red Leaves. He's also part of a concert put on by the Electronic Music Foundation at Judson Church in New York on February 27.
- The current issue of Episteme focuses on the "epistemology of mass collaboration"; Larry Sanger, formerly of Wikipedia and currently of Citizendium, has an article about Wikipedia and expertise, one of the chief causes of his falling out with Wikipedia.
Posted by dan visel on February 17, 2009 4:22 PM