Wednesday, July 25, 2018 | RECENT NOTES
 
 
 

Switching to Scrivener 3

This morning, after reading a long thread on the Scrivener user forums I decided to bite the bullet and switch to using the beta version of Scrivener 3, currently on version 2.9.6. I expected a little trouble and I got some; but only a little.

 
 
 
 

Blackmail Ahoy!

Today I got an email that said the following:

“I hope u do not mind my english grammar, considering that i am from Indonesia. I infected your machine with a trojan and now have all of your private information from your operating system.”

A person from Indonesia had caught me watching porn, and now invited me to pay him 490€ in bitcoins to prevent this news going public. I trembled in fear.

 
 

Tuesday, August 14, 2018 | THE TIME OF DAY
 
 
 

 
 

Wednesday, October 01, 2014 | ESSAYS
 

Who drives the car?

I wrote, or rather compiled, this essay for an internal conference at Arcada which addressed the topic how do we make knowledge? The essay draws much of its material from Part 2 of my doctoral thesis, entitled Ambient Learning & Self Authorship and currently working its way through the examination process at Aalto University. I have edited, rewritten and added to the material from the thesis, and restructured it to reach a different kind of conclusion from the one it points towards in the thesis.

 
 

IN MEMORIAM