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The all new "responsive" two bits

I’ve been ignoring this website for several years now, which was not my intention. But just recently, little article by... Read more...


Missing your own party

The largest spike in attention for this book came and went without me noticing.

The problem with having too much... Read more...


Shortlisted for the Bateson Prize!

Two Bits was one of four shortlisted books.

The Society for Cultural Anthropology's 1st annual Gregory Bateson prize was given... Read more...


Two Bits, now in eBook form...

Another version...

Kiran "Jace" Jonnalagadda (a veteran silk-list member) created an epub version for the Sony e-Book reader (thanks... Read more...


There is the incomparable Ubuntu Pocket Reference, and then there is me.

Number 2, baby.

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Happy Birthday RFC!

40 years.

There was a very nice editorial in the NYT this week by Steve Crocker, author of... Read more...


Two Bits smackdown: Author vs. Lazyweb

Duke University Press wrote to say:

Two Bits has sold 1142 paperback copies (which doesn't include publicity or review... Read more...


Two Bits for your phone

Kerim Friedman created a simple single page HTML file of the book for reading on a phone. Huzzah!

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Andreas Lloyd on Two Bits

Andreas Lloyd has an excellent review of Two Bits on his blog.

I particularly appreciate this because Andreas' work... Read more...


Two Bits in Tech Review

The Organ of Record of my Alma Mater, Technology Review, has published a brief review of Two Bits.

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Oh. Wow. SISU Rocks Two Bits

Two Bits has been transformed into a "SISU" document.

SISU is a formatting language (created by Ralph Amissah) that... Read more...


Reader reactions, The Korean Internet story...

I've gotten various great reactions on the book, and I hope to get more...

One of the most interesting so... Read more...


Book of the Week.

I'm happy being anything of the week.

So this is a special pleasure, being profiled by the Times Higher education... Read more...


Interview with Geert Lovink

Internet-famous activist and media theorist Geert Lovink just did an email interview with me about Two Bits.

The questions were... Read more...


Inside Higher Ed on Two Bits

Scott McLemee at Inside Higher Ed has just published a very nice review of the Two Bits ("It's all... Read more...


Two Bit Book Blog Processing Modulation Extravaganza 2008

I'm not a celebrity, but I play one on the famous internet.

This year at Harvard, I managed to... Read more...


Amazon, WTF? Discuss.

Since this blog is mirrored by Amazon on the book's page, courtesy of Amazon Connect (thanks Dustin, for... Read more...


Upcoming Talks in Cambridge, MA

I'm giving two presentations about the book in Cambridge before I leave for the year.

The first will be at... Read more...


It's a book! Two Bits

from Savage Minds...

So I have an announcement: I have written, and published, A Book. I know that... Read more...


They'rrre Heeeeere!

A big box of books is sitting on my desk this morning.  They look fantastic. I just needed to say... Read more...


Covers and postcards

Books are on their way...

I have covers, and postcards (Front and Back) and flyers....

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Two Bits at Northeastern

I just managed to cross the river from my current abode to give a talk at Northeastern, courtesy of the... Read more...


Two Bits at CRCS

I gave a talk in November at the Harvard Center for Research on Computation and Society. They've archived the... Read more...


about

In Two Bits, Christopher M. Kelty investigates the history and cultural significance of Free Software, revealing the people and practices... Read more...


Two Bits, online

Welcome to the online version of Two Bits...

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