A while ago Mark Heggen asked me to contribute to an article he was writing on those who seriously research ARGs. I forgot to post about it at my blog (sorry Mark!) but have now linked to it here. The article includes: Brian Clark, Dan Hon, Sean Stewart, Sebastian Mary Harrington, Jim Wolff, Jane McGonigal and me! I’ve added it to my press page here.
Well, not quite ‘death’ but an indefinite hiatus. I’m powering down this blog for a few reasons, one of which is my desire to finish my PhD. I’ve tried for the last year and a half to do PhD writing and work and this blog, but found the mindsets are somewhat incompatable. I’ve decided therefore to close this blog down. I don’t know if I’ll bring it up again and if I doÂ when, or whether I’ll start another one. But I do know that I have thoroughly enjoyed blogging here these past few years. I have especially enjoyed meeting many of you because of the blog, and seeing ‘cross-media’ (etc) projects become ubiquitous. Thankfully, the area has alot more people looking at it now, from alot of different perspectives. Here are some blogs that willÂ keep you informed:
I don’t plan to be blogging here about events or publications I’m involved in, instead I’ll pop them on my bio site. But for now, here are some events I’m involved with, in the not-too-distant-future:
For now though, I will continue to be online in a different way. I’ve started a podcast, a podcast where I’ll interview talented people working in this area. My ‘birth’ podcast is a bit awkward, but the second is a great one:Â an interview with Stitch Media’s Evan Jones. At the site, I also provide sneak preview information about Stitch Media’s latest project.
That is it for me here, thankyou all for sharing this time with me. I’ll see you on the other side of my PhD.
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