Madeleine has a photo and points from Monday’s lecture on collage and reading and making. She follows this up with detailed notes, picking up the importance of quotation, remix, and context. Megan takes notes that would nicely complement the audio component. The lecture was about contextualising what we’ve done this semester using the Shields reading, and looking at Shields in terms of Korsakow. Madeline talks about live blogging as being too much like personal notes that lose context (which is a risk to be sure, live tweeting probably works much better for this), and writes about the example I gave of readers actively creating a poem out of nothing more than a list. Yes, if you make work that people want to play with, they’ll figure out what it means to them, we don’t need to tell (if only I took the same advice). Jeffrey notes that the stuff around context fits into Communication Histories and Technologies. Finally Zoe has a longer post thinking out some of the prompts and propositions from the reading and the lecture.