Despite celebrating its fourth year a few months ago, this blog has been quiet of late, partly due to technical problems (MovableType and spam…) and mostly due to time constraints. Unfortunately for the blog, but terrific for me, my writing time is dedicated entirely to the dissertation. At some point I’d like to continue sharing my research here (especially since in the past it led to some very fruitful conversations like this and this), but for now overcoming the technical issues plaguing the blog requires more energy than I’m willing to invest.

And all my other time is dedicated to my family (I won’t link to the entirely neglected family blog, which hasn’t been updated since I posted pictures of Claire the day she was born… 8 months ago) and to work, where I have the fortunate opportunity to work on a new initiative while continuing my work on an old one. I recently attended a few conferences and summits, including the MITH/NEH-hosted “Digital Humanities Summit” (blogged by Dan Cohen) and a swing-through at the Internet2 conference in DC. So, that’s where I’ve been.

Where am I going?

This Thursday I will be at the ELO: Future of Electronic Literature at MITH. Early June I will be presenting some personal work–and representing work–at Digital Humanities 2007 in Illinois.

If you plan to be at either of these events and want to chat about e-lit, games, or digital humanities, feel free to drop me an email (jasonrhody [at] gmail [dot] com). Don’t try to leave a comment here… spam has driven me back to the “old tech” of email.


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