Tag Archives: remix

What would Wittgenstein think of remix?

We were playing a game at the weekend, which Kevin started. We answered by making an acrostic of the word we guessed until we got it right Then Wendy put her twist on it. Different game, different rules. Obviously related … Continue reading

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Good enough

I was asked this week how I write. Quickly, I said – in odd moments snatched whenever I can find them. I try not to think too much about what I’m writing – I scribble words on scraps of paper, … Continue reading

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A haiku for the weekend

Writing a chunk of my lit review this weekend. I am not sure if these are my favourite books, but they are definitely some of the ones that have had the most influence on my thinking. Some are old friends, … Continue reading

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Abstract, repeat, emote

This post is inspired by a phrase Amy Burvall said in the latest netnarr hangout : Abstraction Repetition Emotion I took one of Susan’s pictures and abstracted the star from it by using Paint: Then I used the star to create nine … Continue reading

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The ethics of remixing

I caught a fascinating conversation on Twitter yesterday about various issues around remixing. Here’s some of it[View the story “The ethics of remix” on Storify] Today we decided to take up Scott’s suggestion and start a Google Doc to share … Continue reading

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Who is Simon?

Earlier I wondered what it would sound like if I played all of the embeds in this blog post of Simon’s at once by clicking play on each of them, so I tried. Interesting, I thought. So I recorded my … Continue reading

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ReMEDIAte my poem again

Another attempt to manipulate my poem into an image. This time I’ve used Tagxedo – another tool I’d never used before (note: uses Silverlight, so I had to use Firefox, not my beloved Chrome – hmmm, I wonder if folk will be … Continue reading

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