On the Geography of Blogging
Having finished with the statement, and returning to the Gibson article, I’ve made the last-minute decision to accompany the Significant Other on his business trip to London. I’ll be blogging from there next week, while I reread Pattern Recognition, which combination seems wholly appropriate.
It makes me curious, though: I began this blog during a trip to Hawaii. George recently blogged his trip to Georgia, as well as his experiences at the SHARP conference here in Claremont. And of course Rory has blogged his way around the world. So what is the relationship between the blog, the place it resides, and the space its author currently inhabits? How do we register or imagine or understand movement within the blogosphere (awful word), and movement of the blogosphere within lived space?
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