Re: [-empyre-] Farewell Nick and Noah and New Media Reader and Jill

Dear Christina & the empyre list,

Thanks very much for having me as a guest during January, and for the new
perspectives and thoughts. I look forward to reading more of empyre in the

-Nick Montfort
 My new book, Twisty Little Passages:

On Sun, 1 Feb 2004, Christina McPhee wrote:

> dear Empyre,
> The future has already arrived in the form of
> February, while our avatar of the month, two faced
> Janus, god of revolving doors, has gazed with equally
> implacable cool, from one face, onto our love of
> machines, computation and alien interface; and from
> the other, onto our equal passion for communication,
> habitat and interaction, and human agency...surely it
> is in teh trajectory between them that we may find a
> Janus-like New Media, as Terry Winogrand predicted for
> a similar subject, the future of interactive design.
> Thanks from me personally and from all of us who
> listened, lurked, spoke up and reflected on the very
> generous contributions of Nick Montfort and Noah
> Wardrip Fruin, co editors of The New Media Reader, out
> now in bookstores and online from MIT Press (2003). It
> was sad to realize that Jill Scott's illness
> apparently prevented her participation, and perhaps,
> at a more auspicious time, she can join us again.
> Farewell, and heartfelt thanks to Nick, Noah and all
> of you for participating in what is really another
> newmedia space, anyway...the interactive "interspace"
> of empyrean ...
> christina
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