“Poetic Computing,” my Talk at NYU Thursday

Update: Blankets of snow and torrents of sleet have tried to match the intensity of the poster design below. As a result, today’s talk (2/13) is cancelled! NYU is closing at 3pm today. Hopefully there will be another chance before too long…

I don’t always announce my upcoming talks on my blog…

But when I do, they’re promoted by very nice posters.

Feb 13, 6pm, 239 Greene St, 8th Floor, NYU: 'Poetic Computing' a talk by Nick Montfort

2 Replies to ““Poetic Computing,” my Talk at NYU Thursday”

  1. Jim, I’m not sure, but if there is a recording I’ll link to it from this post.

    I’ll be busy late this week and this weekend, as I am also leading a 6-hour workshop on exploratory programming (Friday) and participating in a symposium on obfuscation (Saturday).

    And I still have the post something about our Commodore 64 workshop at the end of January, too!

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