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Garrett Lynch on Mon, 2 Jul 2007 10:35:23 +0200 (CEST)


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Hello

I am doing some research about the use of weblogs as research tools
and interested in anyone passing me relevant urls. What I am looking
for are weblogs that are documenting research or being creatively
employed (e.g. the weblog is not just documentation but integral
to the research in some way) as part of research (traditional,
practice-based etc.). The weblogs can be in any area (or combination)
of the arts, humanities and new technologies with particular emphasis
on creative output primarily as artistic work but design, architecture
etc. are also relevant.

The research does not have to be text based, it could be visual, aural
etc. but must be focused to some degree / have some running theme,
please do not send me review sites of new media art. Most of this
seems to fit under three possible categories:

1) Weblogs documenting PhD's (and MA's) progress e.g. 
http://tecfa.unige.ch/perso/staf/nova/blog/.

2) Weblogs documenting other types of research by organisations or 
individuals which is specific and possibly a set duration e.g. 
http://www.nearfield.org/, 
http://sketchblog.ecal.ch/variable_environment/

3) Weblogs documenting other types of research by organisations or 
individuals which is ongoing e.g. http://research.techkwondo.com/.

Anything that anybody can send me that fits into this would be greatly 
appreciated.  Thanks in advance.

a+
gar
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