Way back in January, I had a piece published in the innaugural issue of the online Public Journal of Semiotics, yet kept forgetting to post about it. The essay there is an expanded version of my downloadable essay “A Visual Lexicon”, which people seem to find as one of the most interesting of the papers posted (at least, that’s what the vocal feedback says).
Naturally, I think the PJOS version of the paper is much better than the original, though the interface is a little funky since they’re experimenting with electronic delivery beyond simple pdfs. Unfortunately, that means they lost all of my formatting, in addition to putting my images in places that don’t always make sense for the flow of reading. Grr…argh.
Neverthless: an expanded essay for your reading pleasure.