Picts from NYC
March 27, 2008
This is Aleja at the Adaptive Design Association that we tripped across before going to see Aleja and Laura Schutter back stage after Mary Poppins. The woman playing MP is in the background. More pictures including a backstage tour after the show. 🙂
March 25, 2008
“MediaTropes: Marshall McLuhan’s “Medium is the Message” Information Literacy in a Multimedia Age” is a new journal that’s started up at UofT. I helped with it when they were planning it a couple of years back, and here it is. Congrats!
globeandmail.com: Eternally Anne
March 22, 2008
Check out globeandmail.com: Eternally Anne for Ben’s review of three new ANNE books.
March 21, 2008
As JuliaD says: Happy Nowruz!
Bravo.ca | Dracula: Pages from a Virgin’s Diary
March 21, 2008
Dracula: Pages from a Virgin’s Diary (E) 2003 is on Bravo.ca Tomorrow at 9:30 PM Acclaimed director Guy Maddin combines avant-garde cinema and spectacular choreography in this dramatic interpretation of Bram Stoker’s original story. Based on Mark Godden’s celebrated Royal Winnipeg production, this tale is shot in black and white with splashes of colour, and […]
iphone in canada this september
March 20, 2008
Andy Walker at Cyberwalker blog says: I have it on good authority that the iPhone is finally coming to Canada this September through Rogers Wireless. Had a good chat with a well-placed insider recently and it’ll arrive in concert with drastically dropped data rate plans that are in line with plans in the U.S. This […]
Clockwork Heart: Dru Pagliassotti
March 18, 2008
Dru’s book is available on Amazon! Amazon.com: Clockwork Heart: Dru Pagliassotti: Books
Horatio and Mr Pants
March 16, 2008
Rochelle is coming to take Horatio back home with her. I think Mr Pants is going to be happy to have the orange monster gone.
Richard Bartle on gender and virtual environments
March 13, 2008
Sylvie Noel (I met her at my CapCHi presentation in Ottawa this month) posted about Richard Bartle‘s post (I didn’t even know he had a blog, and if you don’t know about him, you don’t know about MMRPG history) about gender and avatarness. At least it mentions Amy Bruckman and Pavel Curtis’ early work. I’ve […]