Tesco blog goes pop

The band Radiohead have linked to the Supermarket-sweep-up website, and the number of hits have increased dramatically. Amazing the power of one good link. What's especially nice is that Radiohead update their website themselves, so they've picked it out personally. http://www.supermarket-sweep-up.com


Yesterday, the 5th of april, was a good day for www.yourstation.co.uk, it had 550 visitors.
The site is collecting stories around and about London tube stations.
Visit and read!

MIT - Sociable Media Group

You can find here very interesting social network visualisations. "The Sociable Media Group investigates issues concerning society and identity in the networked world."


Space Studios announces series of wireless, locative media events and cheap lunch

Pervasive Connections is a one-day event and exhibition about wireless networks, mobile technologies and locative media. The event will focus on opportunities for artists and local communities to work with new social technologies.

Kiss and tell

Your body could replace Bluetooth as the new data transfer format of choice. Paul Rubens reports

Rumour Rules

The development of Networked Media Environments allows the interconnection and networking of people and ideas, a cross-fertilisation between those from diverse cultures and with diverse knowledge. This can lead in two very different directions:

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

This would be the forth coming Harry Potter movie- 'Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire', which is planning to be released late this year.

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire is currently in production, being filmed at Leavesden Studios near Watford and other locations around in UK.
The production has been shooting since July last year and planning to go on until the end of March, 2005, which makes almost a year shooting. This Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire has the biggest budget of all, not just out of the Harry potter series, but the biggest budget in the movie history and it costs at total budget of $308m. It is more than, Titanic, spiderman 2 and the Lord of Rings: The Two Towers. Most of sets that you see in the film are all built at Leavesden Studios, such as the great hall, moving staircase, classrooms, Harry's uncle and aunt's house...etc.

Thank You: Networked Art in South Africa and New York

Thank you is an HIV awareness project which took place in Khayelitsha, South Africa, New York City and on the web. In early December 2004 the works were displayed on 2 computer monitors in 2 remote project spaces.

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