I notice that the last post here was about ten days ago, and I wanted to assure myself (and the two or three other readers) that I’ve been absorbed in working on my book, and so most of my posting is on the contemplative computing blog. Posts that have appeared there since Paris include:
- The street finds its own use for things, Berkeley edition
- Tony Perrettet on writing and distraction
- Alok Khorana on electronic medical records
- Another Zenware data-point: iA’s Writer
- Do nudges work as public policy?
- Internet use and transactive memory
- Quote of the day: Hieronimo Squarciafico
- Coverage in the Francophone blogosphere
I suspect this pattern will continue, and at times I’ll regret not having one blog for everything, but it’s too late to stop now.
(The title of this post, of course, is from the classic Monty Python dead parrot sketch.)