Monthly Archives: February 2012

Outside the Interface: Zen and the Value of Google Privacy

Today I opened something somewhere online and got another nag message from Google about its new privacy policy. The nag message invited me to “dismiss” it, a language choice that reflects a mildly amusing and disturbing political and interpersonal frame that we’ve developed with internet computing. Perhaps my amusement about being nagged over privacy derives from my almost-divorced status, but…

I’m Back

It’s been some time since I’ve blogged. There’s so much to say I don’t know where to begin. I’ll just chalk it up to a year lost and found. I’m waiting for Typekit to populate/propagate my font. I’m using Cooper. The font makes the webdesign. I have to finish rebooting things here. I tried to de-clutter the design and my…