Blogging With Video, Hoping to Go Viral. Really?
Blogging With Video, Hoping to Go Viral. Ay ay ay! I might have more than a few issues with this New York Times article “Blogging With Video, Hoping to Go Viral.” “You want to have a decent camera. A hand-held video camera is nice and offers more features and flexibility, but your smartphone… View Post
Visual Serendipity meets Mrs. Doubtfire. →
If you don’t remember the movie, or haven’t seen it in the past TWENTY years, check this out.
2013 Topics Survey. Learning, sharing and getting... →
We are currently working on some of the cool topics, apps, gadgets, workshops and tutorials we would like to share with you this year. But what truly matters is what YOU would like to learn in 2013. Please give us a hand and answer a quick survey.
Wall Street’s Inside Job — good and bad cinematic... →
Our 10 hidden gems of 2012. →
Ten interesting articles that for some reason didn’t get the attention they deserved.
The New York Public Library designs the future. →
The famous British architect Norman Foster, will create a state-of-the-art circulating library within New York’s Public Library’s branch.
Think a $5 gallon of gas is crazy? Drivers in Norway are currently paying $9 a gallon, and Germans pay just over $8. That’s cheap compared with gold, which right now is at $1,700 per ounce. Think gold is expensive? Consider this: If cars ran on printers’ ink instead of gasoline, each trip to the gas station would cost $100,000. According to PetaPixel, to fill an Olympic-sized...
Dare to think for yourself? Join a forum. →
Online forums, the ultimate demonstration of democracy and freedom of opinion. As the wise Voltaire said: “Dare to think for yourself.” I also like Benjamin Franklin’s famous quote: “If everyone is thinking alike, then no one is thinking.”
Visual Serendipity. Happy Holidays. →
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Dexter and Transmedia — Part II →
This is the second (and last) part of our Transmedia and Dexter informal “survey.” The first part is here and the original article about “Transmedia and the future of storytelling” can be found here. All the answers are unedited. Question: Besides watching the series and eventually having a Dexter feature film, how else would you like to interact with the...
Visual Serendipity. →
Giovanni Bologna’s famed Flying Mercury “captures the Greek messenger of the gods speeding through the skies.” Mercury is depicted wearing a winged petasus on his head and winged sandals which give him speed in flight. He carries the caduceus in his hand, the magic wand given to him by Apollo that has come to symbolizes the practice of medicine.