[-empyre-] Ludion, Taxonomedia and more
tcm1 at cornell.edu
Thu Sep 16 00:12:25 EST 2010
>Hi, Claudia and Vanina,
Thanks so much for your helpful and interesting posts that introduce
us to so many overlapping parameters of archiving, conservation,
poetics, politics, and blogging. I'm very interested in both of
your accounts of how the blog/website has ended up playing a more
crucial role in both of your practices than you might first have
anticipated. From "weak archive" in the case of Ludio to the "
heterogeneous and DIY way that drives" the Taxonomedia blog.
I would be very interested in hearing more about your different
senses of the valence of your blog/websites, particularly their roles
as being positioned in the gap between obseolescene, archiving, and
I'm looking forward to an active week of discussion and certainly
encourage our -empyre- community to join in.
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