Here's my more "official" tribute to Mark at The Guardian.
The words came easy, although it was somewhat disorienting to be assessing the achievements and legacy of a friend who was also a public figure.
That was his achievement, though - he was out there, making a difference in the world.
Only real problem was struggling to fit all that Mark had done into the word-count. He was active on so many various fronts, came up with so many concepts and provocations.
There's an increasing number of remembrances out there, with more promised.
Below are just some of the testimonials so far from friends and colleagues - touchingly personal, or touching on other facets of his work than I could cover.
David Stubbs's (+ and unpublished 2010 interview with Mark by Agata Pyzik)
Dan Fox at Frieze's
Sam Davies at Sight & Sound's
Maria Minerva's memories of being Mark's student at Goldsmiths
Also a proper long study of his life and work from Alex Niven at Jacobin
There is also a fund now that's been set up to support Zoë and George. Please give if you're able. In a little over a day, it reached its target amount and now has a new target amount. That's a lot of love there. (Update 1/24: it's now reached the revised target amount and is steadily ascending to yet another target amount - amazing!)
Later on I will pull together some links to favorite or epochal pieces by Mark. There's so many, though!
Oh and this is lovely - Magz Hall dug out a Resonance radio doc she did in 2004 on the early blogscene - you can hear Mark's voice, along with Woebot, Geeta Dayal, Luke Davis and myself. Happy days...