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Updates on Tedlog, Tedcast, @tedfriedman, tedfriedman.com, syllabi, & books

I’m in the midst of a blogging-software shift from Movable Type to WordPress, which explains the current inconsistencies between this site (tedfriedman.wordpress.com) and my original website, tedfriedman.com. Eventually I’ll port all of tedfriedman.com over to WordPress, then move this blog itself back to tedfriedman.com, although the tedfriedman.wordpress.com URL should always resolve to right place either way.

In the meantime, until I can unveil tedfriedman.com 3.0, here are links to some of my stuff that’s online:

Tedcast, my podcast, where I post class lectures and interviews. Currently I’m halfway through my two fall 2010 courses: Fantasy & Science Fiction and Media & Cultural Studies.

@tedfriedman, my twitter feed.

My current project, A Centaur Manifesto.

My first book, Electric Dreams: Computers and American Culture (NYU Press, 2005).

Syllabi for all the classes I’ve taught at Georgia State and Duke.

Search the archives of tedfriedman.com,, 2005-2011, including blog posts, book chapters, and journal articles.