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Interacting with Print 2: When Letters Attack

Monday, January 11th, 2010

The fight for funding to superimpose the digital paradign onto print continues! Mitch Joel, of Montreal marketing agency Twist Image, unleashed this gem on his blog. This time the offenders are at Stanford, where they are mapping out communications between 18th century writers (presumably in a bid to convince Voltaire to join Twitter posthumously) using very pretty colours, delivering epic […]

Interacting with Print

Monday, December 28th, 2009

While at McGill recently, I walked by a poster still advertising a seminar long since passed entitled Reading and Writing: How Young French Women Interacted with Print in the Eighteenth Century. Now, the research and subject matter interest me greatly: as a media/communications junkie I can’t get enough of debates about the evolution in the […]

Why Not “The Arts”?

Sunday, November 29th, 2009

As an Arts graduate (got the MA just in case the BA didn’t quite drive it home), you’d think I’d be more prepared to answer the question, “Why web? Why not ‘The Arts?’” For someone else, I can see how when looking over my bio my career path may seem more “road less traveled” than […]

An Arts Education is a Media Education

Monday, November 23rd, 2009

Some of my favourite classes in university were: Intermedia: An Art History course on performance/video art, experimental music, and the art scene throughout the 20th Century. I read Kurzweil for the first time and wondered what Socrates would think of mobile devices, given that Plato claimed in Phaedrus that he thought literacy alone would wreck […]