Thursday, January 27, 2005


Sitting in my swanky 10th floor digs at Emerson, I'm looking out the window over a snow-covered Boston Common towards the State House, and it's a beautiful night.

This afternoon I had the pleasure of visiting one of Brooke Knight's classes, where I chatted with a very bright and engaged bunch of students about mobile technology, liminal spaces and art.

But best of all was my presentation tonight - not because I got to hear myself speak (!) but because I was so very impressed by the substantial group of students and faculty who braved hectic weather conditions not just to come and listen, but to make insightful observations and ask challenging questions. Thank you so much.

(I've heard there were problems with the live feed - yay technology! - but I'll post a link to the archived version when it's online.)

I also had the pleasure of finally meeting Helen Thorington and Jo-Anne Green of Turbulence and the excellent networked_performance blog. I swear I could talk with those women for hours and never get bored! Dinner conversation with faculty and friends was also great fun, and as if that weren't enough, I'm looking forward to spending some time with Steve and Sage tomorrow before heading home. What a great visit.


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