Monthly Archives: March 2012

Archive Fever!

Archives are everywhere! I didn’t realise how essential they are in my daily life until today. According to Derrida, an Archive is “made from selected and consciously chosen documentation from the past and also from the mad fragmentations that no-one … Continue reading

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Assemblage

OK, one quick read of the course outline section relating to Assemblage and I can already tell the readings are going to be a whole lot of abstract mumbo jumbo that I will not understand and will seemingly have no … Continue reading

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Modes of Publishing – ARTS2090 – Justin O’Keefe

One particular debate on publishing that interests me is the seemingly intensifying battle between bloggers and traditional print news media. Two forms of publishing, one old, one new, each seeking to outlast the other as they compete for your readership. … Continue reading

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E-Readers – ARTS2090 – Blog – Justin O’Keefe

E-readers and tablet devices are dramatically changing the way we read books. Is there a future in printed books? I don’t think so. As blunt as I made that prediction sound, the idea of a world where books are rare … Continue reading

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Hello world!

Welcome to WordPress.com. After you read this, you should delete and write your own post, with a new title above. Or hit Add New on the left (of the admin dashboard) to start a fresh post. Here are some suggestions … Continue reading

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