Monthly Archives: March 2012

Interview with Jack White

There is an interview with Jack White about his new solo music in this weeks NME. It’s not available online yet, so no link. But there is a detailed description of the Third Man Records set up. Which is quite … Continue reading

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Real time research

I’ve just spent the last two days at the ‘New questions for new times and new places’, it was part of the ESRC real time research methods network. Here is Les Back’s blog from the event. It was a mixture … Continue reading

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Ageing clubbers

Great article here about a local club initiative for people who feel too old for nightclubs. A useful vision here of generational divide in dancing to music.

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More on The Wire

Here is a link to another article on the TV show The Wire.

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Zizek riffing and bluffing

Just came across this in an old interview with Zizek: He opens a copy of Living in the End Times, and finds the contents page. “I will tell you the truth now,” he says, pointing to the first chapter, then … Continue reading

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Data artists playing with data

Here is a post and video about a data artist called Jer Thorp. Seems he is at least partly based at The New York Times. There is some interesting work being done by these data artists and visualisers. It’s becoming … Continue reading

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Punk around the world

Here is an article about the emergence of different national forms of punk music. In particular it tracks the use of punk as a form of resistance to various forms of oppression. It notes the way punk has become part … Continue reading

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