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Literature Review: Design for Creative Collaboration in Virtual Environments

Tuesday, June 19th, 2007

I’m finally happy enough with my first literature review to call it done – so, here it is. I’m new to this kind of writing and to the field, so I’ll leave the comments thread open on this post; any feedback is good.

Updating – I’ve extended my review with a section on future research, incorporating some wider reading from areas of study that I think have been insufficiently applied to the design of place in CVEs.

I am.

Thursday, February 15th, 2007

I now exist on the web. That is, I have a URI. Here it is. A machine-readable description of me in the foaf (Friend of a Friend) vocabulary. My main reason for doing this is that Tim Berners-Lee told me to, and he’s been right before.

You can’t really do much with it, unless you have a URI yourself. You can make your own foaf file here. You can extend Firefox to understand foaf if you wish. Then if you go to viveka.id.au, you’ll see an icon that takes you, finally – to a human-readable description of me.