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ARVA 2012 : International Symposium on Augmented Reality Visualization and Art

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Six Tips on Writing from John Steinbeck

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On the value of unconscious association, or why the best advice is no advice.
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Philosophy through the Macroscope: Technologies, Representations, and the History of the Profession

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The 'Finished' Work of Art is a Thing from the Past - Tom Sherman 1995

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At the close of this century we are witnessing a major change in how value is determined. The value of material wealth is giving way to the value of information. In this time of transition, these apparently incongruous value systems mix and form hybrid systems for determining value. Unique, precious material objects still hold their value; some actually increase in value in a relatively short time. Information that is useful but scarce is also valuable. Scarcity, even in an era marked by an abundance of information, is still a key factor in determining value. Those who hold valuable information may still wish to maintain exclusive, proprietary control - to increase the life of the information.


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