The Speedbird year
Realized the other day, with a bit of a start, that it’s been a year since I launched Speedbird – initially as an experiment in stealth blogging, maturing in time into my primary outlet on the Web.
What can I say? I’m for the most part delighted with WordPress, still tickled pink by my decision to go with a bog-standard, design-free default template, and gratified that most of you who made up the audience for v-2 seem to have found your way over here.
I still worry from time to time that what I post here kinda sucks – specifically, that it isn’t terribly interesting to anyone who doesn’t already know me pretty well, and that it all-too-often degenerates into lists of where and when I’m speaking – but that’s OK too. If this site has an organizing principle, it’s “dare to be suboptimal.” And as any former SAS man call tell you, Who Dares Wins.
I hope you’ve enjoyed the past year of Speedbird. I sure have.
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- A tale of three cities, or: The smart city as will and category error 7 September 2017
- US book tour dates, Fall 2017 (rolling updates) 27 July 2017
- The extended Acknowledgments 25 July 2017
- An index, 2017 4 March 2017
- Radical Technologies: The Design of Everyday Life, now available for pre-order 9 December 2016
Being discussed now
- kimanthekithika on VR: I’m frankly surprised they admitted this out loud
- Dark Matter | Ian Fitzpatrick on The City Is Here For You To Use: (very) provisional bibliography
- dmf on A tale of three cities, or: The smart city as will and category error
- Sketching From Ideas to Material – Near Future Laboratory on Providence in the FAIL of a Sparrow
- Upcoming Talks, Crits, Lectures – Near Future Laboratory on Update: Paris event added to fall schedule