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11 DECEMBER 2013

Nicolas Bourriaud: Postproduction

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amateur cultural productionartistsboundary-crossing • collective story • consumerismcontemporary artcritical discoursecultural and social relationscultural technology • culture of use • database as cultural formDIYDIY craftsDJforms • historised • Hunter College • Jerome Sans • Ludwig WittgensteinMarcel Duchamp • network on signs • new audio theory • new modes of production • newness • Nicky Enright • Nicolas Bourriaud • paths through culture • post • post-productionproduser • programme forms • protocols of usereinterpretationrelational aestheticsremix culturesamplerscriptible • site of navigation • social and cultural forms • sociality • tabula rasa • the new • theory of substantial formstoolsusevisual artwork of art • zone of activity

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Liam Birtles
22 JULY 2013

Responsible Subversives: connect and discuss how to change the world by changing the way we raise our children

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21st Century Learning Initiative • adolescentsagency of access and engagementanimated presentationanimation series • born to learn • call to actionCanadachange agents • changemakers • changes in society • childrearing • connecting to other people • Damian Lewis • education innovationeducation reformengagementexploratory experimentation • free-range learning • Heather MacTaggart • John Abbott • learner autonomyparticipatory learningperformativityplayresponsible and thinking learners • responsible subversives • scriptiblesocial constructionismsocial networkUKyoung people

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Simon Perkins
21 JULY 2012

Roland Barthes: Readerly and Writerly Texts

"The writerly text is a perpetual present, upon which no consequent language (which would inevitably make it past) can be superimposed; the writerly text is ourselves writing, before the infinite play of the world (the world as function) is traversed, intersected, stopped, plasticized by some singular system (Ideology, Genus, Criticism) which reduces the plurality of entrances, the opening of networks, the infinity of languages."

(Roland Barthes, p.5)

1). Roland Barthes (1970). "S/Z" translated by Richard Miller, Blackwell Publishing.
2). A British one penny coin from 1903, which has been defaced by Suffragettes. Crown copyright.

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1970 • codes of meaning • Comedie Humaine • criticismdifferancegenusHonore de Balzacideology • infinity of languages • languagelisable • lisible • literary criticismnarratology • opening of networks • ourselves writing • plasticised • plural • plurality • plurality of entrances • polysemouspolysemypost-structuralismreaderly textsRoland Barthes • S/Z • Sarrasine • scriptiblestructuralism • structuralist analysis • text • text of the story • the pastwriterly texts

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Simon Perkins
13 APRIL 2012

Website and wiki self-publishing through Google Sites

"Google Sites makes it easy for anyone to create and manage simple, secure group websites. Getting started is easy, and there are a number of helpful templates. More than just a visual theme, site templates can include site structure and navigation, custom page templates, embedded gadgets, and more. Google Sites is powerful enough for a company intranet, yet simple enough for a family website."

(Google)

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2008authorship • Business 2.0 • business solution • CMScontent integrationdesign solutiondesign templatedigital publishing • enterprise social software • Google Apps Productivity • Google Business Solutions • Google Inc • Google Page Creator • Google SitesICT • JotSpot • online publishingonline servicepage-creation toolpublishing • publishing made easy • publishing platformscriptibleself promotionself-publishing • team-oriented site • technologytemplatetemplated design • templated websites • templated wikis • toolusabilityuser-generated contentweb applicationweb publishingwebsitewebsite builderwebsite templateswikiWYSIWYG

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Simon Perkins
07 SEPTEMBER 2011

ccMixter: downloadable Creative Commons music

"ccMixter is a community music site featuring remixes licensed under Creative Commons where you can listen to, sample, mash–up, or interact with music in whatever way you want."

(ccMixter)

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authorship • ccHost • ccMixterCreative Commonscreative commons audiodownloadmash-upmediamixtapemusicremixremix cultureroyalty free • royalty free music • scriptiblesharingWired (magazine)

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Simon Perkins
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