Yesterday I heard an interesting story on Here and Now about Kelsey Felthousen's inside-out house. She's a fine art's graduate student who built an inverted house in the middle of campus, installed live web-cams, and then lived there for 13 days in what she said was a grand statement on society's casual relinquishment of privacy. The title of the piece was "myspace". I found it fascinating, and a little disconcerting. Read about it here, or see more photos here.