Tesugen in Summary: 2004

Here are the summaries I’ve written for 2004 so far. Click the months to read them in full.

  • In January, 2004, I blogged, almost exclusively in Swedish, about tacit knowledge, intuition, improvisation, and the semiotics of software architecture.
  • I didn’t blog much at all in February, 2004, just a few notes about updates to the design of the weblog, and a longer post on enterprise architecture.
  • In March, 2004, I was back in my regular groove, posting on computer semiotics, patterns, software architecture, enterprise architecture, and blogging (as my weblog turned two).
  • Among the topics in April, 2004, were Karl Popper, creativity, genre theory, and urban planning.
  • During May, 2004, I mostly wrote about imageability, cities, software architecture, enterprise architecture, Le Corbusier’s plans for Stockholm, and intellectual creativity.
  • June, 2004 had no obvious theme, but I posted on Le Corbusier, Aboriginal songlines, constrained universes of expression, and dumped a lot of links on OuLiPo and constraints.
  • The main themes of July, 2004 were Le Corbusier’s city planning theories, Italo Calvino, and software architecture and development.
  • There were two major themes in August, 2004, cities and software architecture.
  • September, 2004, spawned few posts, and among those that were posted there was no discernible theme.
  • I blogged mostly in Swedish in October, 2004, and the bulk of my writing was focused on Israel & Palestine.

See other years in summary:

The seven most recent posts:

  1. Tesugen Replaced (October 7)
  2. My Year of MacBook Troubles (May 16)
  3. Tesugen Turns Five (March 21)
  4. Gustaf Nordenskiöld om keramik kontra kläddesign (December 10, 2006)
  5. Se till att ha två buffertar för oförutsedda utgifter (October 30, 2006)
  6. Bra tips för den som vill börja fondspara (October 7, 2006)
  7. Light-Hearted Parenting Tips (September 16, 2006)