Monthly Archives: February 2012

The Brits 2012

I watched the 2012 Brit awards last night. It was the usual type of industry event. There is a great article in the Guardian about the award show. Safe would be a good way of describing it.

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An interview

An interview with Adrian Mackenzie over at the TCS blog, it’s on his recent co-edited special issue on code.

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The fear of editing

I’ve been reading through some blog entries about editing (edited books, journal special issues, etc). Here’s the most recent, it’s a piece about academics and deadlines. The suggestion it makes is that editing projects always move at the pace of … Continue reading

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Music cultures on display

The music listening site Last.fm have released an annual review that provides visuals and stats about various aspects of music trends during the year. It is really revealing to see what can be extracted from data like this. I’m going … Continue reading

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An event…

I’m involved in helping to organise this event on the ‘Co-production of knowledge’. There is an open call for papers at the moment. We are particularly keen to use the event to open up science and technology studies to new topics of analysis … Continue reading

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