Celebrating Turbulence's Networked_Performance Blog
Jo-Anne Green:
July 27, 2005
Celebrating Turbulence's Networked_Performance Blog

The networked_performance blog is now one year old. With 1,100 entries,
and 1,200 visits per day (and climbing), networked_performance has
become an important resource for practitioners, scholars and the general
blogosphere. Our Guest Bloggers have included Nathaniel Stern (South
Africa), Michelle Kasprzak (Canada), Régine Debatty (Belgium), Yukihiko
Yoshida (Japan), and Adriana de Souza e Silva (US); Luís Silva
(Portugal) will begin in September. Renowned author, Howard Rheingold
("The Virtual Community" and "Smart Mobs"), said "Networked Performance
(is) one of my favorite blogs about location-based experiments beyond
the usual boring stuff."

Helen Thorington and Michelle Riel have been guests on "empyre" this
month (http://www.turbulence.org/blog/archives/001078.html), presenting
their analysis of the blog contents, and they'll be moderating the
"Networked Performance: How Does Art Affect Technology and Vice Versa?"
panel at SIGGRAPH 2005 on Monday, August 1 from 3:45-5:30 p.m.