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Thursday, December 09, 2004

A Link a Day Keeps Workplace Boredom at Bay

It’s been a while since I’ve done a links post, so here’s making up for lost time.

First off, by way of NEWSgrist comes the funniest damn thing I’ve seen in weeks. (Update: Some humorless killjoy caused the original piece to be taken down. Fortunately, NEWSgrist has a permalink that gives a hint at what is accessible no longer. Updated update: A reader let me know the original source for the material. If you want to see it in all its hilarity, it's available here.)

I happened to have a pretty good day yesterday, but I didn’t have nearly as much fun as Terry did. And I didn’t get a pre-theater nap, either. Or, come to think of it, any theater.

I've added a couple new (to me) blogs to my daily reads. Life Without Buildings covers architecture, and Insurgent Muse covers the arts in LA.

Artforum’s new sort-of-like-a-blog-thing-but-not-quite has been causing strum und drang among arts bloggers. Some examples: What’s the consensus? Artforum gives bad blog, and arts blogging is something different than either journalism or criticism—neither of which (in its current state) is satisfying to many people who have started blogging.

Finally, Martin Bromirski posts his submission for the next Whitney Biennial on ANABA. You know what? Installed nicely as a large network diagram, this thing would be more interesting than half the work that’s been included in the last few Biennials. Is anyone at the Whitney reading today? (Friendster password available here.)

Update: Here's one more link I found this morning that I'll sneak in before I leave this topic. Courtesy of Modern Kicks, we have a blogging manifesto. In case you're wondering, in the photo I'm the guy on the right in the back row.

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