So if you are a DokuWiki user you might find this interesting.

Facebook Social Plugin for Dokuwiki

Is a dokuwiki plugin which makes it easy to include Facebook box comment and like plugins on a dokuwiki site quickly and easily.

How easily you just need to type or and the syntax plugin does all the rest of the work.

Is my first ever dokuwiki plugin I have released publicly so expect a couple of quick revision after I get some feedback.

Hope people find it useful and if you don’t know of Dokuwiki it is an easy to use powerful wiki platform that does not need a SQL database.

So allowing my distractions to overwhelm me I have started two new blogs.

The first one blog.inclusiveimprov.co.uk is the blog for the inclusive improv. Will be a mix of improv related things, admin for ii stuff and hopefully an easier way to communicate. It will also generate a better kind of rss feed than the wiki site.

Also supporting a wiki is the new blog for livecoding.co.uk you can read it at blog.livecoding.co.uk. Intend it to be a blog about live coding in general with some reference to the live coding videos on the site. Incidentally if you have not checked out livecoding.co.uk you should do.

And as exciting as all that is after deciding not to establish my own form of currency I have another project for the rest of the week. More on that soon.

Train ride to Stony Brook including double decker train!

More good papers

Sense/Stage – low cost, open source wireless sensor infrastructure for live performance and interactive, real-time environments Marije Baalman

Tea in Fort Jefferson at The Catch very good fish and chips

Evening concert on the water edge so lots of nighttime shooting.

Late night stuff enjoyed Radio Wonderland by Joshua Fried

and its my paper Friday

More good papers

Toward Understanding Human-Computer Interaction In Composing The Instrument by Rebecca Fiebrink

Then lunch in China Town Dim Sung GoGo

Then a stroll in central park in the sun,

More papers

The Mobile Ambisonics Equipment Of The ICST P. Faerber

The Show Must Go On: Dependable Audio Computing J. Loviscach online document.

Then across to Brooklyn to see Scott Mc Laughlins Shoals performance featured in the New York Times Blog.

Another Cheese Burger for tea at Pete’s Tavern with the company of Steve Bull.

Finally icmc late night with a great performance by Chikashi Miyama.

Off to Stony Brook Thursday.

Busy day of presentations personal highlights,

An Embedded Hardware Platform for Fungible Interfaces. by Avrum Hollinger

Argos: An Open Source Application For Building Multi-Touch Musical Interfaces. by D. Diakopoulos

and enjoyed todays Huddersfield papers

A Wireless, Real-Time, Social Music Performance System For Mobile Phones. by Ian Gibson.

and

SpectralConway: Cellular Automata Off The Grid. by Scott Mc Laughlin.

Enjoyed really good pizza for lunch.

Then an excellent Cheese burger from the Chelsea Gallery Diner 7th Avenue and some fine Jazz at Arthurs Tavern Sheridton 57 Grove Street just off 7th Ave.

Finally late night icmc gig at the City Winery followed up by walk back through Times Square.