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Reads tagged with “innovation”

Nonsequential Narratives: Hypertextual Books
Nonsequential Narratives: Hypertextual Books

What your weapon of choice has to do with the evolution of storytelling.

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Smells Like Modern Art: Six Scents Series Two
Smells Like Modern Art: Six Scents Series Two

What cognitive psychology has to do with experimental film and the smell of roses.

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Urban Storytelling: Hitotoki
Urban Storytelling: Hitotoki

The hidden whimsy of cities, or what Parisian gardens have to do with the Tokyo subway.

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Last Day to Vote for Google’s Project 10^100
Last Day to Vote for Google’s Project 10^100

What tsunamis have to do with online banking, public transit and better street cred for geeks.

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30 Years of Innovation: Happy Birthday, ITP
30 Years of Innovation: Happy Birthday, ITP

Mud, paparazzi, and what rodents have to do with the bleeding edge of interactive technology.

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Introducing the Gray Area Foundation for the Arts
Introducing the Gray Area Foundation for the Arts

What liquor stores have to do with the advancement of the digital arts.

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Instant Classic: Whole Earth Discipline
Instant Classic: Whole Earth Discipline

Ecopragmatism, or how to stop doing what we’re doing in order to avoid going where we’re going.

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Journalism Redefined: The Photographer
Journalism Redefined: The Photographer

A photographer, a graphic novel, and the remarkable story behind the headlines.

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Indie Music Meets Indie Film: First Days of Spring
Indie Music Meets Indie Film: First Days of Spring

What a red Beetle has to do with the future of the music industry.

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Responsive Shapes: Minivegas Digital Sculptures
Responsive Shapes: Minivegas Digital Sculptures

What Daft Punk have to do with sculpture and the evolution of storytelling.

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