15.017 auto/biographical webs

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Date: Fri May 11 2001 - 02:22:30 EDT

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                    Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 15, No. 17.
           Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London

             Date: Fri, 11 May 2001 06:45:08 +0100
             From: Adrian Miles <adrian.miles@bowerbird.rmit.edu.au>
             Subject: Re: 15.013 auto/biographical webs?

    At 7:12 +0100 10/5/2001, Humanist Discussion Group wrote:
    >I'm looking for examples of innovative autobiographical and biographical
    >texts designed for the Web, including diaries / journals, memoirs,
    >letters, travelogs, self-portraits, tributes, memorials, creative
    >self-representations, and hybrid forms. The texts may be fictional or
    >'real.' I'm particularly interested in hypertextual / hypermedia
    >approaches. To recommend Web sites, please send URLs with brief
    >descriptions to elaynez@beyondwriting.com (subject: project). Links to
    >selected sites will be added to the Webliography that I'm constructing
    >at http://www.beyondwriting.com (Autobiographical / Biographical Webs).

    Jill Walker (University of Bergen) has a blog that partly deals with some
    of this stuff, and any of the major blog sites will reveal oodles.

    jill: http://cmc.uib.no/jill/
    blogger http://www.blogger.com/
    and for an intro. article on blogs:

    adrian miles


    lecturer in new media and cinema studies + media studies. rmit [http://hypertext.rmit.edu.au] + institutt for medievitenskap. university of bergen [http://media.uib.no]

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