• Morning in Málaga I deliberately woke up early to catch the sunrise in Málaga today. I’m not here for long, and I want to see a little bit of it, so I think a walk before breakfast might be in order. That view above is from my hotel room. You can smell the sea from here. It’s already […] dubber No responses July 21, 2014
  • Toward a sixth media age Over my years as an academic, I have developed several pillars of my research. These are ideas I return to time and time again as a leaping off point for understanding other things. I thought it was time I started to put some of them in a form that I can point to as a […] dubber One response May 24, 2014
  • Manifesto for the future of Music Technology research New technologies for producing and circulating music have led many to question the status and purpose of music. At Microsoft Research New England on Monday this week, Nancy Baym and Jonathan Sterne brought together a fantastic group of leading academics from around the world and from a wide range of disciplines at the intersection of […] dubber No responses March 25, 2014
  • Once more around the table I went to a Professors and Readers lunch yesterday (and no I’m not putting any apostrophes in there). It was a small gathering in the (acting) Dean’s office in order to meet up, chat about things professorial and generally get a cross-faculty sense of who’s who and who does what. You’d be surprised how rarely […] dubber One response April 19, 2013