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Reads tagged with “multimedia”

Reality Is Broken: How Games Make Us Better
Reality Is Broken: How Games Make Us Better

Becoming better versions of ourselves, or how the basic paradigms of gaming culture foster social change.

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Journalism in the Age of Data: A Film
Journalism in the Age of Data: A Film

What bad writing has to do with war casualties and traffic over North America.

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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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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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Multimedia Spotlight: Vocal Improvisation Animated
Multimedia Spotlight: Vocal Improvisation Animated

How a laptop and a highway play together, or what geometry has to do with music.

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FORM+CODE: Eye & Brain Candy for the Digital Age
FORM+CODE: Eye & Brain Candy for the Digital Age

Computational aesthetics, or what typography has to do with Yoko Ono and Richard Dawkins.

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News21: Next-Gen Storytelling for the Multimedia Age
News21: Next-Gen Storytelling for the Multimedia Age

From frontlines to bylines, or what the future of journalism has to do with a countryside ranch.

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Magazines: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow
Magazines: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow

Robin-Hooding print, vintage infographics, and what organ music has to do with the iPad.

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Labuat: Soy Tu Aire
Labuat: Soy Tu Aire

Paint by notes, threads of voice, or why the future of music is up in the air.

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Beautiful Connections: The Art of Conversation
Beautiful Connections: The Art of Conversation

The color of conversation, 6 million colors, and why Flash is more antisocial than your misanthropic uncle.

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