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by Jay Fienberg

Working on the site today, links to good things

posted: May 30, 2003 9:10:35 PM

I have a ton of little changes to this website on my development machine, that I haven't 100% completed enough to upload. So, I trying to finish these up and launch them. These include more content in general for this site, plus a more summary blog archive interface to this blog.

So, following is a list of some things I am thinking about and looking at today, without any essays on any thing:

To all folks in the USA: please find out more about and consider speaking up and working to affect this FCC ruling on media ownership, happening this weekend. Check out for more info.

David Weinberger is blogging the Digital Genres conference (read this link and subsequent entries in his blog). Especially interesting to me are the ones on digital identity and the various theological implications of being online. I started writing some thoughts on this, but will post at a later date.

Marc Canter linked to my blog yesterday twice, first in some comments he made about a FOAF registry and second in some comments he made about a FOAF bulletin board. Amazing how people and ideas can intersect. Linking is awesome. Thanks for the links Marc!

I also was linked to yesterday by B. Mann in his post Social Software Link-fest. He has some interesting comments from himself, and also quotes from Don Park (from here, on his blog) on leaving things on blogs he reads besides comments, like an image of himself. I will have to post about how this kind of thing is possible with iCites.

Marc also has been talking about the Planetwork Conference that he is participating in next weekend. Definitely check this out. I think I am going to attend. I would really like to meet Marc and others there.

(I was waiting to hear today if I got a contract job as an information architect on a big project, but I didn't hear. So, that might be bad news in that it looked like a good gig. But, it might be good news in that I will have next Friday open to attend the conference. Maybe it is fate?)

My best friend, the musician ("performance artist" might be a better term, though I doubt he would call himself that), Bernard Bernard told me more about the Cremaster Cycle films and how I would literally shit my pants when I saw it and that I absolutely had to see it immediately (we were chatting on IM, and the word shit was used, in all caps, literally about 500 times in Bernard's poetic yet intensely graphic depiction of how much I would be affected by these films and why I had to see them immediately).

So, I am trying to see it tonight and this week (the Cycle is five films, so it isn't shown all at once). It is playing at the Castro Theatre if you are in San Francisco and want to see it too.

OK, my fingers got a good little workout on this entry. Time to hit the showers!

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