Monday, September 17, 2007


Today I had lunch with French PhD candidate and computer scientist Jean-Baptiste Labrune and his girlfriend for a wide-ranging conversation over a Left Bank lunch about the role of English as the lingua franca of the study of digital culture, creativity, cognition, design, games, environmental experiences, and intergenerational play that included everything from the origin of the green button on a copying machine to the work of those with Kolkoz and We Make Money Not Art.

I met Jean-Baptiste after he sent a message to the Institute for Distributed Creativity mailing list with many cool links about the sociality and history of e-mail.

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