I have been reorganising hard drives and the like and came across this article I wrote on 28 January 2002, in Mexico City, for Mexican electronic music and culture magazine Urbe 01.
Like you, I've read the news today. Like so many others out there, I also wanted to write something. This is a personal reflection.
I've just published a translation of an interview with the slain Mexican journalist Javier Valdez at Nieman Storyboard (Neiman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard University).
So 'post-truth' is the OED's international word of the year....
Today in The Conversation UK, my piece on hyperauthorship... what happens to the concept of 'author' when articles creidt thousands of authors?
Where I share the results of a quick text analysis of a small corpora of recent tweets from @BBCPolitics and @bbcnickrobinson. I also shared the corpora on fighsare.
My own list of "where to start" books about Mexico.
Today I'm attending the Open Access Futures in the Humanities and Social Sciences event at Senate House, University of London. Last night The Conversation UK published a piece by me in their "Hard Evidence" section, which they titled "Is open access working?".
At 4Humanities, my interview with Rosemary G. Feal, executive director of the Modern Language Association.
Una breve nota de Mauricio Matamoros que apareció en el periódico mexicano Unomásuno sobre aquella instalación audiovisual que Manrico Montero, VJ Jones y yo como Porno Estéreo realizamos en el Museo Universitario del Chopo de la ciudad de México el sábado 14 de noviembre de 1998.
Comparto, no sin vergüenza, un escan de mi artículo "Música y ciberespacio", publicado en el diario mexicano El Financiero el Jueves 7 de agosto de 1997. Cómo hemos cambiado...
I have posted a response to Stephen Marche's LA Review of Books article "Against Digital Humanities" on my HASTAC blog.