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A Creative Commons Christmas Carol
A Creative Commons Christmas Carol

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The Music Animation Machine
The Music Animation Machine

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PICKED: <em>Sintel</em>, a Global Collaborative Animated Film
PICKED: Sintel, a Global Collaborative Animated Film

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SwiftRiver: Intelligence for the Information Age
SwiftRiver: Intelligence for the Information Age

What humanitarian crisis management has to do with brand monitoring and natural language.

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Historypin: Past Meets Present in Street View
Historypin: Past Meets Present in Street View

What urban storytelling has to do with the end of WWII and Google Maps mashups.

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Visualizing Enlightenment-Era Social Networks
Visualizing Enlightenment-Era Social Networks

Why Mark Zuckerberg has nothing on Voltaire.

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Nina Paley: All Creative Work Is Derivative
Nina Paley: All Creative Work Is Derivative

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A More Open Place: Photographing Privacy
A More Open Place: Photographing Privacy

What Mark Zuckerberg has to do with tyranny, memory and digital perishables.

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Press Pause Play: The Evolving Creative Landscape
Press Pause Play: The Evolving Creative Landscape

From basement art to media glory, or why ones and zeros are the new chalk.

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Remix Culture Spotlight: Walking on Eggshells
Remix Culture Spotlight: Walking on Eggshells

What legal anachronism has to do with Bob Dylan, Picasso and Family Guy.

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