Wednesday, January 29, 2003
THANKS TO LISA: yesterday met up with Lisa of Nicelytoasted. Really enjoyed our chat; and in particular it was fascinating to explore some of the distinctions Lisa drew out between types of journal blogs [primarily between blogs that look like diaries and those that look like online editorials]. I recommend you take a look at Lisa's photoblog, where she is engaged in an intriguing project capturing the epherma of her life on camera.
posted by adam 5:27 PM
Friday, January 17, 2003
ANOTHER BLOGGER SACKED FOR BLOGGING: sorry to hear about the situation of Iain Murray over at Edge of England Sword . I am afraid this seems to be an increasingly frequent phenomena. Since I started interviewing webloggers, a number have lost their jobs for blogging.
posted by adam 1:16 PM
Thursday, January 16, 2003
THANKS TO NATALIE: just back from trip to meet Natalie. We had a really fascinating chat about libertarianism and pundit blogging. Once again I am struck by the very different cultures of pundit blogging and journal blogging.
posted by adam 5:06 PM
Wednesday, January 15, 2003
VICTORIAN LONDON: just been introduced to great new site focusing on Victorian London. Take a look.
posted by adam 3:38 PM
Friday, January 10, 2003
WELCOME TO NEW PUNDIT BLOG: interesting to see the emergence of a new leftwing British pundit blog .
posted by adam 4:34 PM
Saturday, January 04, 2003
GOOGLISM: thanks to Jonathan for pointing out the wonders of Googlism. Just type in your name and see Google makes of you. Here's me:
adam reed is a modest guy
adam reed is a research fellow for the incite project; he is looking at issues of urban mobility and new media use in london
adam reed is an usda
adam reed is a third
adam reed is shown as listed in the household of a john thornton in 1807 in jefferson county
adam reed is a solid
adam reed is so fond of pointing out
adam reed is a graduate
adam reed is grateful for such an environment
adam reed is "bored" with the subject and chooses to give us a history of behaviorism instead of addressing my question
adam reed is correct that there isn't any deep philosophical principle that maps on to national boundaries or that says where national boundaries should be
adam reed is playing like we know he could do and the addition of porter seems to have given the defence a lot more stability
adam reed is a great passer and a lot of it is because we know when he is going to be looking to give the ball to us
posted by adam 6:32 PM
Thursday, January 02, 2003
PEPYS BLOG: thanks to Matt for pointing out this venture ; I like the idea of turning Samuel Pepys' diary into a blog. Interesting also because it is so focused on London and place.
posted by adam 2:36 PM