Archive for the ‘internet’ Category

5 years ago when I was in grad school, my media theory professor proclaimed that “years from now you’re going to remember me as the old lady yakking on about something called convergence”. I was intrigued. Then and there I decided to work this into my career somehow. Although I wasn’t quite sure how as […]


Wired Magazine is having another photo contest – and this time the subject is music. Submit your photos here or check them out and submit your vote. Note: my pictures are towards the end! Wired Magazine photo contest


Taking in the presidential election results on Tuesday happened in different places in various ways.  Beginning at 4pm at work we tuned the TV to CNN.  NPR was on the radio. and I had npr.org and the NY Times both open on my computer. Later on I went home to twitter the unfolding results for […]


I like the clean interface. It’s easy to use and not too flashy (I guess we’ll see how long that lasts). Check it out


Oftentimes people are interested to hear that I don’t have cable or basic television channels at home. I own an hdtv for viewing films and videocasts – and that’s about it. Admittedly, this wasn’t a renegade decision. I moved earlier in the year from Miracle Mile to Santa Monica and just never got around to […]