This About page covers several blogs.
Infocult is devoted to exploring the world from an information-centric perspective. This means looking at the shifting admixture of information in print, in digital formats, in minds. Information drives us to topics: cyberculture, intellectual property, computer games, the history of information, education, and anything else that rethinking the world information-centrically requires.
Draculablog is publishing Bram Stoker's novel according to its internal calendar. Every piece of the book is dated by month and day, so we're blogging each item accordingly. It started in early May 2005, and will end with the novel's final entries in November.
I'm doing this partly to explore the novel, which I teach and write about, as well as to continue my research into blogs.
Bryan's Bioblurb: I research and develop programs on the advanced uses of information technology in liberal arts colleges. My specialties include digital writing, weblogs, copyright and intellectual property, information literacy, wireless culture and teaching, project management, information design, and interdisciplinary collaboration. I contribute to a series of weblogs, including NITLE Tech News, MANE IT leaders, and Smartmobs, when not creating digital learning objects (like Gormenghast). I've taught English and information technology studies at the University of Michigan and Centenary College.
Caveat: these opinions and reflections published here as posts are entirely those of the author. Discussion posts, signed by others, belong to the signed authors. The content here does not reflect the opinions or thoughts of anyone else, including my employers.
web 2.0, gaming, cyberculture, gothic, intellectual property, wikis, writing, blogging, social software, multimedia narrative, project management