slow but steady

The inauguration was the big news of the day, as a result I didn’t get around to blogging.

Instead, I watched the inauguration (of course), dealt with two purportedly sick children (their schools would have said they were sick, but they hardly seemed it) and worked on putting together my spring courses and prepared for the Network Culture book by doing some reading.

So far it seems that my reading is paying off handsomely. More later.

The big news, however, is that The Infrastructural City is now back in stock at Amazon. I’m so delighted with the attention that the book has received so far. Keep the orders coming! You can find a great post on Barry Lehrman’s chapter of the book at Pruned.

 

The inauguration was the big news of the day, as a result I didn’t get around to blogging.

Instead, I watched the inauguration (of course), dealt with two purportedly sick children (their schools would have said they were sick, but they hardly seemed it) and worked on putting together my spring courses and prepared for the Network Culture book by doing some reading.

So far it seems that my reading is paying off handsomely. More later.

The big news, however, is that The Infrastructural City is now back in stock at Amazon. I’m so delighted with the attention that the book has received so far. Keep the orders coming! You can find a great post on Barry Lehrman’s chapter of the book at Pruned.

 

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