A partial list of some talks, meetings, symposia, lectures, and readings I've done in recent years.
Intl. Conf. On Interactive Digital Storytelling (ICIDS), 11/3/20202, Bournemouth UK. Closing keynote: Why Do We Study Interactive Digital Stories?
Web Studies 3. 10/15/2020. Hamamet, Tunisia (virtual). Invited Talk: In Spite Of Ourselves: our duty to our slaves of steel.
ACM Hypertext 2020. University of Central Florida (virtual). Bad Character: who do we want our hypertexts to be? (Winner, Blue Sky award)
Narrascope, 5/24/2020, Champaigne-Urbana (virtual). Characters and Automata: a review
ACM Web Science 2013 and Hypertext 2013, May 1-4, Paris France. I’m program chair for Web Science.
First International Conference on Electronic Literature and Virtual Art, Madrid, Spain. 4-6 October 2012. I’ll be speaking about the challenges of Storyspace III and Storyspace for iPad.
Digital Humanities, September 24-25, 2012. Presidency University, Kolkata (Calcultta), India.
Narrative and Hypertext, June 25, 2012, Milwaukee. (I’m presenting a paper, “Gothic,” in the form of a dramatic dialog.)
Tinderbox Weekend Boston. Feb. 4-5, 2012.
Tinderbox Weekend Hamburg, Germany. May 19-20, 2012.
Tinderbox Weekend SF, Hotel Rex, San Francisco. December 10-11, 2011.
Dangerous Readings: strange hypertext and narrative play. The Second Intl. Web Art Science Campe, an unconference on new ways of reading. November 19-20, Boston.
Web Science 2011, June 14-17, Koblenz, Germany. “Flocks, Herds, and Stories: temporal coherence and the long tail.”
Hypertext 2011, June 6-9, 2010. Eindhoven, The Netherlands. I’m co-chair with Frank Nack of a track on Interaction, Narrative, and Storytelling. I’ll also be presenting a paper, “Towards a Vocabulary of Spatial Hypertext.”
Hypertext 2010, June 13-16, 2010. Toronto, Canada. My paper is, "Criticism."
ELO Archive and Innovate, "Generalized Stretchtext", June 3-6, 2010. Providence, RI, USA
Tinderbox Weekend, May 8-9 2010.
Tinderbox Weekend, March 13-14, 2010. Accent on Law, Journalism, and Policy Analysis.
First International Congress on Web Studies, March 3-5, 2010. Toluca, Mexico.
Futures of Digital Studies, Gainesville, Florida, USA, 25-27 February 2010. I’ll be talking about NeoVictorian Computing and the Literary Craft.
eLitCamp — a weekend crafting new media narratives, December 12-13, 2009. Boston. Interested in joining us? Email me.
A few seats are left — and the lineup is fantastic. Tinderbox Weekend San Francisco, November 21-22, 2009.
IVICA: 2009 Symposium on Interactive Visual Information Collections and Activity, Austin, Texas, June 17, 2009. My talk: “A Narrative, a Picture, and a Link Walk Into a Bar”
Tinderbox Weekend London. May 9-10, 2009. With Mark Bernstein, Michael Bywater, Mark Anderson, and more...
Tinderbox Weekend San Francisco. November 22-23, 2008. Hotel Rex (Union Square).
WikiSym '08, 8-10 September 2008, Porto, Portugal. (I'm Program Chair)
The Intellectual, Artistic, and Sexual Concerns of Wikis, Weblogs, and Linked Media, 19 July 2008, Joseph Martinc Conference Center, Harvard Medical School, room 214
The New Knowledge Forge : a one-day colloquium on wikis, links, and social software. Porto, Portugal. With George P. Landow, Stewart Mader, and J. Nathan Matias. June 30, 2008.
Tinderbox Construction. 22 June 2008, Omni William Penn Hotel, Pittsburgh PA.
Hypertext '08, Pittsburgh, PA, USA. June 19-21, 2008. (I'm track chair)
BlogTalk 2008, March 3-4, 2008, Cork, Ireland. "NeoVictorian, Nobitic, and Narrative: ancient anticipations and the meaning of weblogs"
SRI AI Center Lecture Series, NeoVictorian Computing, 4 December 2007. SRI E building, room EJ228, 4pm.
University of California at Santa Cruz, Department of Computer Science, December 3, 2pm.
Tinderbox Weekend San Francisco, December 1-2, 2007. Focus: Tinderbox Management.
Tinderbox Weekend Boston, November 17-18, 2007. Focus: Tinderbox for Writers.
Hypertext '07, 11-13 September, 2007. Manchester, England (I'm chair of Hypertext, Culture, and Communication)
OOPSLA '07: NeoVictorian Programming: intimate information for everyone's everyday tasks. Thursday, October 25. (The list of invited speakers is inspiring)
WikiSym 2007, 21-23 October 2007, Montréal, Quebec, Canada. (I’m panels chair)
Cafe Scientifique, Cafe Muse, Manchester Museum, 12 September 2007 18:30, Unlinked and Entangled: how codex technology and contemporary critical theory contributed to the breakdown of the Anglo-American Occupation of Iraq.
Tinderbox Weekend, 21-22 April 2007, St. John’s College, Cambridge, England.
Advances in Qualitative Computing, 17-20 April 2007, Royal Holloway, University of London.
Tinderbox Weekend Boston, 28-29 October 2006, Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
Interactive Visual Information Collections and Activity (IVICA), October 20-22, 2006. College Station, Texas
October 3, 2006. University of Sydney, Digital Cultures and Sydney Humanities and Social Sciences E-Research Initiative.
September 30-October 1, 2006. "False Intentions and the Fallacy of Finding", OZ-IA, Sydney, Australia. [ozia2006]
WikiSym 2006: August 21-23, Odense, Denmark. "Intimate Information: organic hypertext structure and incremental formalization for everyone's everyday tasks"
Tinderbox Day Chicago, 22 April 2006.
Tinderbox Weekend Boston, 13-14 May 2006.
BlogHui, 17-18 March, 2006. Wellington, New Zealand.
eNarrative 6: Hypertext and Creative Nonfiction. January 21-22, 2005. Boston MA USA
Software Aesthetics: On Criticism, 12:00-14:00, December 19, 2005. Free University Brussels, CLWF room D1.06
Tinderbox Weekend, November 18-20, 2005 San Francisco, CA.
Tinderbox Day Seattle, November 16, 2005
Tinderbox Weekend Paris: April 16-17, 2005. AUP, Paris, France
National Art Education Association, "When Research Sparks a Tinderbox", Boston, MA USA, March 5, 2005
Tinderbox Weekend Boston: February 12-13, 2005. Boston, MA, USA
BlogWalk, January 22 2005. Chicago Illinois USA.
Tinderbox Weekend West: October 2-3, 2004. San Francisco, California, USA.
BlogTalk 2: July 5-6, 2004. Vienna, Austria. keynote: Deeply Intertwingled: The Social Physics of the New Weblog
Tinderbox Weekend: May 22-23, 2004. Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
April 22, 2004. Humanities Informatics Distinguished Lecturer Series, Texas A&M, College Station, Texas, USA.
EdBlogger, San Francisco, November 22-23, 2003
Nov 10-12, 2003: Semantic Distance Workshop, NIST, Gaithersburg, MD
September 29, 2003. American University of Paris.
September 24-26, 2003: H2PTM: Creating Meaning In The Digital Era, Paris, France.
August 26-30, 2003: Hypertext '03. University of Nottingham.
September 13, 2003: Readercon. Why We Like Buffy. Waltham, MA
12-15 June 2003: Digital Storytelling Festival Sedona, Arizona
13 May 2003 (20:00) Personal Publishing Pandemonium, Jan van Eyck Academie, Maastricht
"Hypertext Gardens, Architecture, and IA", Information Architecture Summit, 22-23 March 2003, Portland, Oregon, USA.
March 27-29, 2003: Dust Or Magic, Wadham College, Oxford
February 27, AWP/CLMP Web Fair, Baltimore, MD, USA
March 29-30: Hypertext '03 Program Committee Meeting. Nottingham, UK.
April 12, 2002: NEMO Music Conference: New Media Showcase. Suisshotel, Boston. 2:30-5.
May 10-11, 2003: eNarrative 5, Boston, Massachusetts, USA. Held in cooperation with the Boston Public Library, in conjunction with the 2003 Boston Cyberarts Festival.
April 29, 2002: Brandeis University
June 11-15, 2002: Hypertext 2002, College Park, Maryland, USA. (My paper this year has a very short title: Storyspace 1)
April 4-6, 2002: Future of Publishing Symposium, Los Angeles. Sponsored by ELO.
March 16-17, 2002: Hypertext/Education/Storyspace: the 4th eNarrative roundtable.
January 19-20: eNarrative 3 , San Francisco
December 12-January 17, 2002: Senior Fellow, National University, Singapore
November 6: University of Southampton. Card Shark and Thespis: two exotic tools for hypertext narrative.
September 26-9: p0es1s. " Cause, Consequence, Sleepless Nights -- exotic tools for hypertext narrative." The reason we woudn't want to meet Hamlet on the Holodeck, and the mysterious absence of tragedy and comedy from hypertext literature"
August 14-18: Hypertext 2001
ReaderCon, July 7-9, Burlington MA
Guest Residency, MFA in Creative Writing Program
22 May 2001, TextOneZero, Brooklyn
eNarrative 2: Hypertext, Narrative, Flash
12 March 2001, Where Are The Hypertexts, Again? Texas A&M University
30 July 2000, "Where The Hypertexts Are", National University of Singapore
30 May 2000, "MORE THAN LEGIBLE: On links that readers don't want to follow", Hypertext 2000, San Antonio, Texas
7 April 2000, "Where are the Hypertexts?", Swarthmore College
Hypertext '04: Santa Cruz, California, USA, August 9-13, 2004. I'll be a guest at the Blogging Tutorial. (I'm also panel chair)
25 October 1999, "Taking Hypertext Seriously" (invited plenary), WebNet 1999.
20 June 1999, "Beyond Bibliolatry", Canadian Library Association
10 April 1999, Davis Symposium, Emerson University
9 April 1999, Technology Platforms for 21st Century Literature, Brown University
27 May 1999, Cybermountain Hypertext Workshop, Denver, Colorado
21 February 1999, Where Are The Hypertexts? (opening keynote), Hypertext '99, Darmstadt, Germany
Tales from Fifteen Years of Hypertext Publishing, Digital Storytelling Festival 4
Chasing Our Tails, "Tous les saviors du monde" Colloquium on the occasion of the opening of the new Biblioteque de France
12 April 2001, The Craft of Hypertext, North Shore Computer Society