Archive for October, 2010
Ah the blog. I am coming back to it – driven by a pact with Eve that we will write weekly because we think it will help our thinking. Maybe this will also pave the way back for me to Twitter. A long gap of not writing here, partly caused by the fear that things may get personal when I did not want to mix up thoughts about heart attacks, cancer and research into Web 2.0. But in fact they are inextricably mixed as they weave through my life and so I guess will all at some point emerge somehow here. Why? Because web 2.0 technologies somehow bring together the public and the private, and maybe that is because web 2.0 is so much a part of our personal lives. Perhaps this is what is scary to so many people and thrilling to others. The Internet (and especially social networking sites) weaves around us, mediates and constructs, pushes and pulls as we push and pull at it.
That’s all. I am being vague & mysterious this week as there is time later to be profound and clear.
So below is a mash up from the beach – whose relevance is vaguely that this blog will bring you all the stuff that has washed up during my week.