It is my honor and delight to announce today the creation of a new blog I’m writing — RelationShaping — where we try to give form and meaning to the way technology re-frames and transforms the human body in a relational universe. Here’s our new semiotic semantic logo that serves our mission: “The Spear of Technology Piercing the Body In Situ ->(” and we are grateful for your company.
The idea for RelationShaping was originally inspired by a blog post I wrote here called — Virtual RelationShaping — on November 10, 2005, when I wondered how we formed each other in a virtual ether and that mind-body-memeing started here but ends there.
People who blog have obsessive personalities because they realize what few in the world ever acknowledge: Publication
is proof of life, evidence of accomplishment, and on-the-record
preservation of a life lived — along with a Google forbearance against
I invite you to join me at RelationShaping.com for a deeper discussion concerning what makes us alive in a virtual world.
We require you sign in there to comment as we also do here — we do that to discourage Anonymous Cowardice on the internet — and you can sign in using a Movable Type account you create with us or you can use a pre-existing OpenID, LiveJournal, Vox, AIM or WordPress.com account to login.
Once you’re signed in — you can comment on UrbanSemiotic.com or RelationShaping.com — both blogs use the same login information, even though the Sign In URLs are different: Sign In Once, Comment Everywhere!
If you have any comments or feedback, we are eager to hear from you. We are still fine-tuning the backend — Movable Type gives you all sorts of features and settings to employ for the best performance — but everything is relatively stable right now — but that doesn’t mean I won’t break something again on the back end later today.