Stop Press for February 1st

February 2, 2008

  • Coversourcing – Just a Friday point to say this is going really well, there’s some really cool stuff coming out of it, I’m totally chuffed, and you’ve got 10 days if you want in.
  • Arts Council pulls literature funding [Guardian] – Dedalus and Centerprise are both brilliant. This is awful. A really sad day, but also an argument to speed up digitisation in order to return true meritocracy and diversity to the market.
  • What Amazon users think of the Kindle – The joys of tagging. (Ta, Alex)
  • Proboscis | SoMa | projects | urban tapestries – “Urban Tapestries is the name of a research project and experimental software platform for knowledge mapping and sharing.” (Via the comments on Storypoints)
  • hear you are — [murmur] – “[murmur] is a documentary oral history project that records stories and memories told about specific geographic locations.” Via the comments on storypoints.

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