January 27, 2003

ASPEN MAGAZINE interpreted for the

ASPEN MAGAZINE interpreted for the Web.

Small world department, my cousin A.P. Crumlish, who runs bend of bay, forwards me this Ubuweb announcement about Andrew Stafford's adaptation of ASPEN MAGAZINE for the Web.

Readers of this space will recall that Stafford is also responsible for the brilliant Making Sense of Marcel Duchamp. Andy has put a lot of effort into this Aspen project and we are pleased to see it reach the light of day.

Posted by xian at January 27, 2003 12:17 PM
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