Monthly Archives: February 2012

New York Times double standards

Having Won a Pulitzer for Exposing Data Mining, Times Now Eager to Do Its Own Data Mining. Barely a year after their reporters won a Pulitzer prize for exposing data mining of ordinary citizens by a government spy agency, New York Times officials had some exciting news for stockholders last week: The Times company plans(…)

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Puppies and Flowers — Glamourpuss: The Enchanting World of Kitty Wigs

Puppies and Flowers — Glamourpuss: The Enchanting World of Kitty Wigs

Glamourpuss: The Enchanting World of Kitty Wigs from Julie Jackson on Vimeo.

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Snoop Dogg Live — What could possibly go wrong?

Online video chat by Ustream

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Temporary Street Art of Aakash Nihalani — Neon tape rectangles and squares

Temporary Street Art of Aakash Nihalani — Neon tape rectangles and squares

http://www.aakashnihalani.com/

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Montage-a-Google

Montage-a-Google

Montage-a-google is a fun tool that lets you create large, colourful montages using Google’s image search. Not only is it an interesting way of browsing the net, it can also be used to create desktop pictures or even posters. Link to montage-a-google.

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Cute interactive piece to promote J. Otto Seibold’s pop-up book, “Alice in Wonderland.”

Cute interactive piece to promote J. Otto Seibold’s pop-up book, “Alice in Wonderland.”

  THIS ON-LINE TREAT was put together to help Scholastic Books promote J. Otto Seibold's pop-up book, "Alice in Wonderland."  … Go ahead, pretend its 2001 and 'click around' a bit. Then, get back to your homework. FGA: animation, audio supervision, edit PERSONNEL: Matt Eller, Bill Morrison AUDIO: Hatfarm CLIENT: JOTTO PUBLISHER: Scholastic Books Link

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