Monthly Archives: June 2006

Moleskine to Mobile : How Creative Professionals are Using Their Mobile

As promised here is the link to the PDF of my Master’s Thesis, Moleskine to Mobile : How Creative Professionals are Using Their Mobile, as submitted to Trinity College, Dublin, on March 31, 2006, towards a M.Sc. in Multimedia Systems at the Computer Science Dept.
I would like to say a big Thank You to all of the folk who took my survey and interviews, without your respones this thesis would be a much poorer document.
This work is copyrighted 2006 by Jenifer Hanen. Please note that the use and sharing of the content of this thesis is permitted for fair use academic and non-commercial purposes with full attribution. If you wish to reproduce more than 2 paragraphs of content or use the content for commercial purposes, please contact me.


Jesus : The Guantanamo Years

@ The PROJECT Arts Center, July 3 – 8.
Update: Saw this poster at the bulletin board of the Arts Block on the Trinity campus today. Laughed when I read the text of the poster:

Jesus : The Guantanamo Years
by Abie
Jesus Christ (Son of God and father of the modern stand-up) returns to earth for His long-awaited comeback tour. He doesn’t get past U.S. immigration. He’s a bearded, Middle-Eastern guy, prepared to die as a religious martyr.

I have heard of this play, now I must go see it. Time for the country of my birth and of my foremothers & forefathers to get out of Guantanamo.

Slowly but Surely…

… I am recovering from my vacation. I joked for the last few days of my vacation to London and Spain that I would need a holiday from my holiday. Luckily for Mom and I the last few days of our trip to Spain Megan and Murray invited us to join them outside of Barcelona at the artist residency, Can Serrat, was so lovely and peaceful that it did my body, heart, and mind a whole lotta good. But I still needed down time after 13 days of waking up, touring, lunching, touring, visiting, talking, and then sleeping.
Now I am relatively rested, only to start up this week with the Trinity MSCMM’s summer project, which is 50% of our whole master’s course grade/marks and will last three months. Simon, Jasper, and I will be doing a mobile blogging project (what else?) around Ireland, links coming to a browser near you soon.
My Mom departed yesterday and today I worked on my resume (a lovely internet job needed in Calif. in Oct. upon my masters degree completion) and adding titles to the MMS moblogged vacation photos here. Hopefully, I will get up the other London and Spain photos I took as photo essays before the next century.
I have lots of thoughts swirling around my head that I would like to blog here, but I am a bit crazy with finishing the redesign of this site, my resume, and starting the design of the summer project site, that if I am a bit quiet here, please forgive me.
I hope all is well in your world.