found a review of a book – Paul Dourish. Where the Action is: The Foundations of Embodied Interaction. MIT/Triliteral, 2001. – at PURSE LIP SQUARE JAW by
Anne Galloway
(an interesting blog in itself that I found while rummaging through some folks’ blogrolls)

Seems to be in line with ideas I want to work through regarding the body’s role in (so-called) “interactivity”.

So many books to read… and Harry Potter just might get in the way of it all.


3 Responses to embodied interaction

  1. kari says:

    Funny–I just read that review to Matt yesterday. I found AG’s blog a week or so ago and just love it. Her research is original and fascinating.

  2. anne says:

    why, thank you very much!

    i’ve *just* finished a paper (and am surfing to wind-down, what a loser!) that i’ll post sometime this week that takes a much closer look at human-computer interaction, embodiment, spatialisation and temporalisation (those be fancy words for the processes behind bodies in space and time 😉 …

    sorry if this makes no sense, like i said, i’m coming out of a long stretch of reading and thinking and writing, but i hope you’ll check back into my site later on because i’m always welcoming to comments on my papers 😉

    thanks again, a.

  3. Jason says:

    Thanks for coming by Anne

    It all makes perfect sense, except for those “s” where “z”s should be – Europeans! 😉 Looking forward to reading your paper 🙂

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