Thinking Blogger Award

Jerry Everard of Mindsigh did us the honor of tagging us for the Thinking Blogger Award. The Thinking Blogger Award was introduced by Ilker Yoldas as a tag meme with meaning. His meme asks that you tag ‘5 Blogs That Make Me Think‘. But being a group blog, not only will we be putting forward blogs that make us think, we’ll be putting forward group blogs. Our list emerged this way naturally (and then we decided to make it a rule). On reflection, it made complete sense that people who group blog would have a tendency to read group blogs. We noted too that it wasn’t just the posts on these blogs, but the discussions that take place in the comments that provide the food for thought.

5 Blogs That Make Us Think

  1. Grand Text Auto by Mary Flanaghan, Michael Mateas, Nick Montfort, Scott Rettberg, Andrew Stern and Noah Wardrip-Fruin
  2. if:book: Sebastian Mary, Bob Stein, Eddie Tejeda, Ben Vershbow, Dan Visel, Jesse Wilbur +
  3. networked performance by Jo-Anne Green, Michelle Riel and Helen Thorington
  4. PART: Production and Research in Transliteracy by Chris Joseph, Jess Laccetti, Bruce Mason, Simon Mills, Simon Perril, Kate Pullinger, Howard Rheingold and Sue Thomas
  5. we make money not art by Régine Debatty, Sascha Pohflepp and Shin’ichi Konomi

Enjoy the reading of these blogs, we do, and many others.



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