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My article on “little libraries” (aka DIY/guerilla/ad-hoc/micro libraries) is now available on Places. “Marginalia: Little Libraries in the Urban Margins” examines DIY libraries as sites of tactical urbanism, DIY place-making,

I’m writing an article on “little libraries” for a journal — but, as usual, I’ve got way too much material, and the resulting article has turned out way too long.

My review of Sentient City: Ubiquitous Computing, Architecture, and the Future of Urban Space (ed. Mark Shepard, MIT Press 2011) is up on Domus. Meanwhile, my own sapience is diminishing

I just received word that the website for Learning Through Digital Media: Experiments in Technology and Pedagogy is live! My essay, “Delicious: Renovating the Mnemonic Architectures of Bookmarking,” comes first,

Last week Sage, publishers of Space and Culture, sent me a form email with tips for spreading the word about my recently published article. I’ve never been keen on self-promotion

Many, many moons ago I finished an article on the renovation of Alvar Aalto’s Woodberry Poetry Room at Harvard. Today I received the reward for my patience: a gold copy

I’ve resorted to cutting my beloved endnotes in order to meet my word limit: “After circulating through the virtual space of the internet,” admitted e-flux, a New York-based contemporary art