Since the Fulbright in Norway last semester, I have been busy collaborating on:
- 10 PRINT CHR$(205.5+RND(1)); : GOTO 10: a Critical Code Studies book written collaboratively by 10 authors on 1 line of code.
- CLOSE READING ELECTRONIC LITERATURE, A CASE STUDY: William Poundstone’s “Project for the Tachistoscope: [Bottomless Pit]: another collaborative reading of a digital object, this time with Jeremy Douglass and Jessica Pressman
- Netprov: Networked Online Literature: Rob Wittig and I have been collaborating on an article about netprov and various performances including his amazing Grace, Wit, & Charm and The LA Flood Project.
- Critical Code Studies Symposium 2011: the second annual CCS conference at USC hosted by the NEH IML Vectors Summer Institute. This was the first event of the newly formed HaCCS Lab.
Ongoing: Performance of the LA Flood Project October 20-27th on Twitter (search #laflood)
Upcoming: October 27th, 7pm, USC, The Mobile Voices of LA’s Immigrants: a presentation of the LA Flood Project along with Voces Moviles and the Transborder Immigrant Tool.