I am enjoying Austin Kleon’s obsession with zines and decided to make one for myself.
I chose to summarise Donoghue v Stevenson  UKHL 100, a landmark case in the development of the tort of negligence, and also for manufacturers liability for defective products. Continue reading “I Made a Zine to Summarise Donoghue v Stevenson, a Landmark Case in the Tort of Negligence”
Here are two similar projects that turn on the art of collaging and remixing.
First, Austin Kelon’s flock of zines.
A zine (/zi?n/ZEEN; short for magazine or fanzine) is most commonly a small-circulation self-published work of original or appropriated texts and images, usually reproduced via photocopier. Usually zines are the product of a person, or of a very small group.
Last month Austin posted a tutorial on how to make an 8-page zine from a single sheet of paper. (It’s also possible to make 14-page zines too).
Continue reading “The Zines of Austin Kleon and the Collages of Yasmine Seale”
I’ve updated my WordPress blog software to version 4.9 and in doing so thought I would try their latest default theme. So the website looks a little different but all the content is the same as it was last week.
While doing the update I messed up something with the server permissions and everyone was locked out. This is something of a test post to check we’re back to normal.
Over on another eponymous blog, Austin Kleon writes about his experiment in daily blogging. This observation feels true to me:
I had forgotten how wonderful blogging is as a mode of thinking. Blogging is, for me, more about discovering what I have to say, and tweeting more about having a thought, then saying it the right way.
Indeed. Blogging is iterative writing. Continue reading “Blogging as a Mode of Thinking”