Workbooks

June 05th, 2006 | Category: Me, Meta

I am finding more and more of my thinking gets worked out in notebooks and journals. Recently having access to a scanner, I thought I’d share some pages. Fun stuff:

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A page from my last stolen-then-recovered, waterlogged
research book, and another I printed and pasted in.

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More pages from previous notebooks.

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“Thesis Pieces” and lurking Yoda.

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Maps and modalities. I dreamed part of this page.

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Pages and pages about technological mediation.

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Ooh, textbooky!

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I’m in Luck: Merrill Davis loves nerds. ;)

Further Posting:

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