Even before the digital age, National Geographic’s photographers, on average, took about 1,933 photos for every one photo published. And it’s this dedication to showing the world only the very best of what they manage to capture that makes these photographers some of the best in the world.
In this B&H Event Space seminar, seasoned photographer Marcus Donner explains the necessity of quantity, and shares some lessons on how to go from taking pictures, to telling stories.
Recently a lot of articles and workshops have come to us about the digital divide and that it still exists. It is a relief that people are coming back to the realization that we have an uneven learning landscape. Here is a whole article. The following is an excerpt. This is a lot of information, but it is very important to understand the challenges in education.
“For children in the U.S., their homes, their communities, and their schools both represent and perpetuate inequity. In fact, the inequity of childhood is increasing, not shrinking.”
At the Broadband Summit hosted by the FCC and NTIA, I heard stories of people who are new to technology and how difficult it is for some populations to embrace technology. Many people are still waiting to embrace the mouse. Of course now we can leapfrog to a tablet. But understanding is the key to embracing technology in meaningful ways. Outstanding were the NTIA projects that support the uses of technology in community ways.
Sadly, many communities are still not well-connected.
Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield becomes a social media superstar South China Morning Post In a deliberate campaign to take earth by storm, Hadfield harnessed the power of social media to inspire the sort of interest in space exploration that Nasa...
A journey through fascinating ideas, astonishing inventions, and new ways to think and create. Based on riveting TEDTalks from the world's most remarkable minds. (RT @tspe: Storytelling? Da gibt’s was auf die Ohren!
Remember the Anita Sarkeesian kerfuffle from May 2012? That was when blogger Sarkeesian created a Kickstarter project to fund a five-part series of short films about women’s roles in videogames…which led to a tidal wave of Internet hate.
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