View Full Version : Article Jaeger, Tim, "Vj's and collaboration".
22nd January 2005, 02:12 PM
(I've performed a search on VJf on the title and author, but no matches so I guess I don't doublepost.)
Here's an article on VJing.
Article Jaeger, Tim, "Vj's and collaboration". (http://cvsbook.ucsd.edu/cvsbook/src/vjs/vjs-jaeger.sxw.pdf)
27th January 2005, 09:13 AM
Wow thats a long and involved read :rolleyes:
I can't make my mind up :-
option A - it's an excercise in using long overly complicated words, almost an art-form in itself ;)
option B - an investigation on what VJ is/ has been / could be, well researched and put into the perspective of the changing face and nature of our world due to expansion of methods of communication, increasing diversity and access to information...
option C - if (understanding$ <> True) goto A
27th January 2005, 10:31 AM
its not very finnished is it?
reads like an auto generated artspeak paper thats been bablefished.
27th January 2005, 10:58 AM
Also its just one chapter from a bigger book called "Concurrency, Versioning, and Systems & Other Essays About Collaboration by Modern Cultural Producers"
some of the other chapters seem much better - they use real language and provide proper references
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