[Air-l] disability & blogging?

Peter T. ptimusk at sympatico.ca
Thu Jul 14 16:58:43 PDT 2005

Hi Gerald,

I am disAbled with schizophrenia and keep a blog at


I am also a member of the Society of Internet researchers and a disAbilites 
activist in Ottawa, Canada.

I think my blog is a good example but you can judge that too if you want.

Peter Timusk B.Math Just trying to stay linear
www.crystalcomputing.net >blog> http://logbook.crystalcomputing.net
www.webpagex.org >blog> http://notebook.webpagex.org
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From: "Gerard Goggin" <>
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Subject: [Air-l] disability & blogging?

> Dear Air-listeros,
> With my colleague Tim Noonan, I'm writing a chapter on disability and 
> blogging for a Peter Lang collection on 'The Uses of Blogs' -- 
> working title is 'Blogging Disability: The Interface Between New Cultural 
> Movements and Internet Technology'.
> We'd welcome any suggestions of writings on disability and blogging or 
> good examples of blogs of people with disabilities.
> Many thanks in advance.
> Gerard Goggin
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> Dr Gerard Goggin
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> Centre for Critical and Cultural Studies
> University of Queensland, Brisbane 4072 Qld Australia
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