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Remember the good old days of reading textbooks in school and taking notes from a chalkboard? Yeah, neither do we. PBS Learning Media, in preparation for Digital Learning Day on...
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Cool Tips for photography - several can be done with phone cameras!
How creatives and noncreatives can collaborate
A great little chart for communicating in the design process! Can you say "standpoint theory?"
Research shows that reflecting after learning something new makes it stick in your brain.
The value of reflection and synthesis in the learning process. A good read or teachers of any subject/topic.
You might be the next genius inventor of our time. GE and BuzzFeed celebrate Inventor's Month. Stay tuned for more videos on Invention and Inventors! Check o...
Visual rhetorics: communication in the digital age must take into account how visual thinking is accommodated in new media.
PULP-O-MIZER: the retro sci-fi custom pulp magazine cover generator for web meme graphics, blog illustrations, coffee mugs, posters, notebooks and iPad covers
This looks fun - definitely one to try!
YouTube's algorithm connects you with videos you might like. What signals do they use to decide if a video will appeal? More from this interview soon. Why th...
Just how does YouTube do that? With a million lines of code - that's how.
A perpetual source of illustrations, artifacts and objects for discussing design, digital literacy, rhetoric, communication and new & old media.
Virtual field trips are more accessible than ever, and we've compiled a number of virtual field trip options for your schools.
Class field trips, without leaving the room? Not only as a substitute for, but also as "pre-trips," virtual tours could be useful additions to pedagogy and research.
Spatial Narrative as guide to writing - and vice versa.
As the aesthete director's latest film, The Grand Budapest Hotel, rolls out in theaters, a new video reveals one of the key ingredients of his visual...
"In your face, rule of thirds!" Wes Anderson loves center alignment.
A must for inclusion in the next iteration of the Smartphone Museum!http://youtu.be/XkuirEweZvM
We make what we are - and we are what we make.We are what we make - and we make what we are.
A struggling academic’s Twitter account led to work for two newspapers and a potential book deal.
Adorno, Twitter, Asesthtic, Writing - what's not to like?
In search of a better social media strategy? Listen up: these changes will change the way you share.
The ever-changing social media landscape is, uh, you know... changing.
Thanks to our friends at "Halt & Catch Fire"! Check it out! http://www.amctv.com/shows/halt-and-catch-fire Premieres June 1st, Sundays 10/9c on AMC Old Compu...
Exactly the responses we got from visitors to our Computers section in the Smartphone Museum!
The "Carousel of Progress" (Disney's GE attraction at the 1964 NY World's Fair) inspired Isaac Asimov to predict 2014.
The photographic time machine
Visual time travel made possible by organized curation of photographs!
Discourse communities and Shibboleths? How language and knowledge are used as tools of inclusion/exclusion.
In this dramatization of transcripts from a legal deposition, a lawyer becomes embroiled in an absurd argument about the definition of a photocopier. Produce...
Microsoft is making the Web versions of its Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote apps available to users through the Chrome Web Store.
This is an interesting development for tablet users.
A few thoughts about objects as part of spatial narratives and the culture-making impulse of the archon.
Smithsonian discussions on "Digital Directions in Learning."
With Kimono, you can recombine existing web apps to create your own in about five minutes--no coding skills required.
If you do websites, blogs, apps, or any dynamic digital composition - you might want to check this out.
138 years ago today—on March 10, 1876—Alexander Graham Bell spoke the first words into a “tele-phone,” as it was called, to his assistant Thomas Watson, positioned at a receiver in another...
The Evolution of Phone!
Directing duo Nándor Lőrincz and Bálint Nagy Photoshopped Hungarian singer Boggie in real time during her video for the single, "Nouveau Parfum."
Digital Media, Cultural Constructs and Realities - a video provocation for discussion.
Bob's eyes have their own Twitter account, and now, a parody song about them - but there are also a few teachable moments regarding communications and rhetoric to be mined from the situation.
The Bob Costas' eye infection can prompt some interesting questions regarding rhetoric and media.