DaveNet ToursGood morning!
This is a new kind of DaveNet piece. A tour of a very small slice of the worldwide web. It's like a page of pointers to cool web sites, but with a realtime difference. I went on a deliberate tour, visited some of the sites that have registered as supporting the 24 Hours of Democracy project.
When I arrived at a page that I thought was interesting, I pressed cmd-equals in my web browser. It ran a script which added the site's address to an outline. Up pops a dialog box, I enter a comment, and go on to the next site.
I've only pointed to sites that I thought were remarkable in some way. Read the comments. Form your own impressions.
Could you do a tour like this? As the 24 Hours project ramps up, more essays are posted there is more stuff to sift thru. I can't keep up with the flow. That's coool! But there's interesting stuff that we may be missing. Let's read each others' essays. What do you think?
So this is a prototype for other people who are writing about the 24 Hours project.
PS: For the background on this page, check out the DaveNet essay entitled For Emma. This is all so recursive! Wow.
PPS: For other tours see Reading the Essays.
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