Some media articles interviewing me and/or mentioning my previous work outside of this blog:
For media relating to this project specifically, please visit writing about reallybigroadtrip.
A range of media articles about artsdigitalera (the Australia Council for the Arts digital program) which I ran 2009-2011.
- September 2011 – Mediakult mention of the artsdigitalera Genartsys curated exhibition.
- September 2010 – Marcus Westbury’s Updates from the world of arts policy.
- July 10 2010 – Sydney Morning Herald, “Geeks, tweets and bums on seats“, Social Media & the Arts.
- July 02 2010 – The Australian, “Digital stage is no greek tragedy“, Geek in Residence.
- June 11 2010 – The Age, “Blessed are the Geek“, Geek in Residence.
- May 17 2010 – thevine interview with Lauren Brown, Geek in Residence.
- May 11 2010 – ABC Radio Hobart, audio interview, Geek in Residence.
- May 11 2010 – Fast Thinking, Geek in Residence.
- May 7 2010 – Digital Media, Geek in Residence.
- May 7 2010 – IT Wire, Geek in Residence.
- May 6 2010 – Australia Council Press Release, Geek in Residence.
- April 18 2010 – ABC Radio National, audio interview Geek in Residence.
- Spring 2010 – Overland – Culture is bigger than the arts.
- November 27 2009 – ZDnet “Patch Monday” audio interview by Stilgherrian, Geek in Residence.
- November 9 2009 – Slattery IT, Geek in Residence.
- November 5 2009 – Cultural Policy Reform – Marcus Westbury on why the Australia Council doesn’t get digital culture.
- October 26 2009 – Australia Council Press Release, Geek in Residence & Digital Culture Fund.
- Artlink quoting me on the ‘clean feed’ debate.
A range of mentions about the-phone-book Limited, a UK-based media arts organisation I co-founded and ran from 2000-2008:
- MiniSeries and MiniCinema, 2005
- Peter Wintonick’s Thinker in Residence report, 2005.
- mo:life talks to Fee Plumley, December 12th 2005.
- ANAT article about the-phone-book Limited and MiniSeries, 2004.
- Power to the Mobile People, Mark Frauenfelder, Fri Aug 22 2003.
- Why I like wireless writing, Russell Smith The Globe & Mail, May 07 2003. (google cached copy)
- Anthemic: Web watch, Jack Schofield The Guardian,
- High rise hi-tech, Sean Dodson The Guardian,