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Wed, 12 Apr.
Google Calendar went live today- Thank you Google, for once again making my life easier. Now open up "Harvest Song" .
A Force More Powerful (PC game)- from the website:A Force More Powerful is the first and only game to teach the waging of conflict...
Cabspotting @ Exploratorium- Nice visualization project at the SF Exploratorium (via Eric Paulos at Intel's Berkeley...
Tue, 11 Apr.
Create:Fixate Gallery Event- “The Optical Lounge and Audio Lab”A new multimedia gallery will be added to the night’s...
Mon, 10 Apr.
IMD Forum Speaker for 4/13/06: Norman Klein- Photo by Max GerberSpeaker: Norman KleinTime: Thursday, April 13, 2006, 6:30-8:30pmLocation:...
Sun, 9 Apr.
Report Details CIA's Covert Rendition Fleet- April 9 Daily Briefing -- Top Headlines: "Viewpoint: A Multilateral Transition in Iraq"; "Condi Rice: The Empire's Warrior Princess -- The Bush Regime Has Replaced Politics With PR"; "Experts Warn of Islamist Extremist Threat From Europe"; "U.S.
MFA Class of 2006 Final Thesis Presentations, 4/10- Final Thesis Presentations by the Interactive Media Division's 2006 Graduating ClassMonday April...
Sat, 8 Apr.
Guest Speaker: David Jaffe, Sony Computer Entertainment of America- Outspoken game designer David Jaffe will be speaking in CTIN 488 this week. Jaffe is the...
Fri, 7 Apr.
Summer Courses at NYU's ITP- NYU's INTERACTIVE TELECOMMUNICATIONS PROGRAM is offering its summer lineup of classes, open to...
Thu, 6 Apr.
Special Report - The Danish Cartoon Controversy: The Import and Impact of Public Diplomacy- Special report by Amelia Arsenault and Shawn Powers. Invaluable research support provided by Iskra Kirova.
Faculty, Postdoctoral Researcher, Visiting Scholar Researcher and Graduate Students are being sought to take part in a new major multi-disciplinary research initiative to explore "The Meaning of the New Networked Age: Innovation, Content, Society, and Policy".
Fri, 28 Apr.
|Networked Publics Conference and Media Festival: Seating is limited. Please RSVP by April 14|
Links of Interest
ACC's Julian Bleecker To Appear on KTLA Morning News (13 Apr.) - Scheduled to be aired on Friday, April 14, at 7:50 AM-- Taped interview of Bleecker speaking on cell phone etiquette for Kurt Knutsson's CyberGuy feature.
Overheard at Annenberg
google knows where you are (6 Apr.) - Google aims to be able to track its users to within 100-200 feet of their location through new wireless networks in order to serve them with relevant advertising from local businesses. (posted by Todd)
itunes v. napster (6 Apr.) - Citing a semi-annual teen survey, Piper Jaffray senior research analyst Gene Munster said the popularity of legal sources for online music is growing among high school students, which is good news for Napster. (posted by Todd)
dogs and cats living together (6 Apr.) - Apple Computer, the maker of the iPod, yesterday announced a new program which allows its computers to run Microsoft's Windows operating system. (posted by Todd)
you can buy your movies (3 Apr.) - Hollywood studios will start selling digital versions of films such as "Brokeback Mountain" and "King Kong" on the Internet this week, the first time major movies have been available online to own. The films can't be burned onto a disc for viewing on a DVD player. (posted by Todd)
Todd Richmond: Digital Connections Blog
Jonathan Aronson: Jonathan Aronson's Blog