Tag Archives: conceptual literature

Get Down On It: Stewart Home interviewed by Jaime Casas

I did this interview for a Spanish newspaper El Pais a few weeks ago and figured I might as well run it here in the original English. The Spanish publication of Memphis Underground has been generating a lot of interest … Continue reading

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You Didn’t Read It Here: Summaries of 10 Blogs I Decided Not To Post

Many of the posts on this blog originate as ideas sketched out in note form. I work on these ‘ideas’ until I think they are ready to post or else I decide to discard them. Not all my binned blogs … Continue reading

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Let’s burst the web 2.0 commercial bubble & instead get really funky!

The commercially driven nature of Web 2.0 has been stressed by many commentators, for instance Tim O’Reilly in his influential essay of September 2005 “What Is Web 2.0: Design Patterns and Business Models for the Next Generation of Software“. Thus … Continue reading

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