Monthly Archives: August 2011
Registration will remain open for a while longer. (We’re really not very strict about deadlines!) Do be on time on the first day though, because that’s when we’ll be putting together the program. Many thanks to those of you who … Continue reading
Essentially the two formats are quite similar; both allow you to do one thing: read. But the act of reading from a printed manuscript is essentially different if not more ‘authentic’ from reading the same hypertext from a device in … Continue reading
A while back I was talking with a museum professional about this sense that I have and I know others share, to do with Cypriot Museums (state museums especially) ‘not moving with the times’, and I was trying to understand … Continue reading
Perhaps it would be useful to have a conversation about the difficulties faced by Archives today in Cyprus. It would be especially valuable for us at the Visual Sociology and Museum Studies Lab to share a few thoughts around how … Continue reading
My suggestion is let’s get layered! I would be interested to discuss layering as a theoretical concept, a feature in design-related and other software, and as a perceptual mechanism.
Hi all, This is my first time in a Thatcamp and I fully support new ways of looking at issues. There has been a growing concern on two aspects of academic discourse: 1) the delay between research and publication time … Continue reading