This week we went from ALL THE TWEETS to ALL THE COMMENTS, including, in a moment of inception, a comment on a comment, that when I looked at the html to clean up the tagging went
<a title=”Permalink to Comment on Comment on #mscedc How come this doesn’t count as cyborg-wear? by Katherine by Old-fashioned cyborgs | Katherine’s EDC blog” href=”http://edc15.education.ed.ac.uk/kfirth/2015/01/25/comment-on-comment-on-mscedc-how-come-this-doesnt-count-as-cyborg-wear-by-katherine-by-old-fashioned-cyborgs-katherines-edc-blog/” rel=”bookmark”>Comment on Comment on #mscedc</a>”
I’m enjoying the collaborative-ness of blogging in public, even as continue to feel my work is being hidden in a cloud of white noise.
I’m now up to 56 posts, including 29 comments. I posted something to the blog every day but Saturday. That’s a lot of posts. (By contrast, a blog I’ve been working on for two years has less than double that).
Every time I try to read my lifestream, I feel vertiginous (or sea sick… there is a literal queasiness to it).
The tag links aren’t working on the blog, so trying to see what I posted under ‘Weekly Reflections’ or tagged ‘Blade Runner’ isn’t working. Instead, I get a page that says:
Oops! That page can’t be found.
The noise refuses to be ordered into any kind of ordered sound.
Some things aren’t quite there yet.
I tried to post from Instagram, but I couldn’t get the picture to display. I’ve asked for help, so next week might be less text heavy.
— Katherine Firth (@katrinafee) January 25, 2015
Today, much to my surprise, Research Degree Voodoo is big in Brazil.