Monthly Archives: August 2006

Feminism and blogs

There’s a panel on November 14, Blogging Feminism: (Web)Sites of Resistance, at Barnard: Of the internet’s viability as a tool for political change, we ask, is there a better example than the blog? Young and youthfully minded feminists have learned … Continue reading

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Virtual Poetry Slam

This contest looks pretty cool. Citizens for Global Solutions is holding a virtual poetry slam video contest. Video yourself and upload it to their blog. They ask for a focus on the environment. I’m not sure what the other guidelines … Continue reading

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Barcamp presentation on Celestia

barcamp stanford Originally uploaded by Liz Henry. A few slow moments, but impressive and cool as hell. In the application, Celestia, you can fly around to planets and stars, see orbits, etc. And each star or planet or whatever has … Continue reading

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flickr video generator

This thing is extremely clever. From the command line or with a little cgi interface you can put in a keyword and number of images. The application fetches that number of tagged images from flicker and puts them into a … Continue reading

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43 Things

Ooo… I could build some sort of bloggity tool using the 43 Things api. Related posts:Blogday, Aug. 31 – at my house!flickr video generator

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Barcamp Stanford – Notes from Day Two (rough)

BarCamp Stanford – Sunday Aug. 27, 2006 It’s nice to be in the English building at Stanford. I think of all the times I’ve been here for literary readings (or job interviews). Now… how odd to be here for a … Continue reading

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Barcamp Stanford – Notes (cleaned up)

Barcamp Stanford – August 26 2006 Rah! It’s BarCamp! At Stanford! Why am I here? People keep asking… rather suspiciously. Next time I will answer that I am a benevolent gazillionaire that loves to give money to Web 2.0 startups … Continue reading

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A list not to forget to say

purple flowers, red fuzzy buds Originally uploaded by Liz Henry. I have a backup of posts I want to write here: – the Main Gallery reading in Redwood City – the benefit at Varnish; Shauna Rogan’s excellent Babylon book; rambling … Continue reading

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Out of My Mind and into Yours

Hey, I’ll be reading and talking on J.P. Dancing Bear‘s poetry radio show, Out of Our Minds, at 8pm this Wednesday on KKUP, 91.5 FM in Cupertino. J.P. is a poet, translator, editor, and publisher and he’s hosted this radio … Continue reading

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Vanity, pride

oh yeah Originally uploaded by Liz Henry. For 41 bucks, I have bought the ability not to forget my license plate number. I know it’s silly, but it feels highly gratifying. I wish I’d thought of it to put on … Continue reading

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