The folks at the UQ Art Museum know it’s a bit of an effort for you to visit them at their St Lucia abode. So, as a reward, they consistently pull out all the stops and produce fantastic exhibitions, time after time.
Recent data from the Department of Labor website shows that mobile device use and mobile device traffic are trending up.
As we posted last Tuesday, globally mobile device usage leaped from 2% to 8% in June 2010 to 10% in May 2012, according to data from KPCB.
How does this translate at the U.S. Department of Labor?
9% of their Internet traffic comes via mobile devices 3% access via tablet (overwhelming iPad) 6% routes from other mobile devices All of Labor’s data points towards a large increase in mobile device traffic for their websites and is tracking close to global trends.
Although 91% of Labor Internet traffic comes from non-mobile devices, 9% is a large enough number (with the dominance of the iPad in particular) that Labor–and other government agencies–should begin to develop, or update mobile-friendly sites.
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by Catherine Balavage. Multi-award-winning transmedia production company beActive has today announced the launch of Beat Girl, a live action music drama which will shoot in Dublin and London over the next four weeks.
A highly inventive social media campaign for the 20th Century Fox movie “Prometheus,” which opened on Friday, likely helped its strong showing at the box office during its opening weekend. But social media may also be ...
The Swedish Financial Crisis and the Labor Market This may not be news to you, but it was to me. In this speech, Narayana Kocherlakota shows us how the labor market behavior in Sweden, following the early-1990s financial crisis that occurred there, looks much like what has been happening recently in the United States. This is consistent with this post, where I looked at some Canadian labor market data. Canada sailed through the financial crisis with essentially no problems in its banking sector, and the recent behavior of the labor market (or rather, labour market) in Canada looks quite different from the US. Sweden had a financial crisis in the early 1990s, and it's labor market behaved subsequently like the US labor market is behaving now.
A new study released today by comScore demonstrates that a television is no longer the only place that consumers are getting their watchable jollies thanks to computers, tablets, and smartphones all capable of delivering your favorite sitcoms and dramas. This incorporation of multiple screens into the consumer experience is reshaping how people develop loyalty to certain brands and how they stay engaged with content and brands simultaneously across different platforms.
TVTechnology A majority of folks now have multiplatform video access, but they’re using second and third screens as an additive rather than as a primary viewing source, according to metrics from Arbitron and the Coalition for Innovative Media...
TONY Abbott has attributed Julia Gillard's narrow lead over him as preferred prime minister to his role as "the bearer of bad tidings", conceding his sustained attack on Labor had inflicted collateral damage on his personal standing.
I’ve always enjoyed the comic interplay between Charlie Chaplin and Roscoe “Fatty” Arbuckle during their classic Keystone short The Rounders (1914). Charlie and Roscoe play a couple of good time inebriates, or “rounders,” who empty their wives’ pocketbooks in order to finance another night out. Much of the action takes place on the steps of the Rex Arms Apartments, as the gentlemen, and their wives, exit and enter the building.
Game Changer: MediaStorm Launches Pay-Per-Story Video PlayerTIMEMediaStorm broke new ground in digital publishing on Tuesday with the launch of a pay-per-story video player, one of the industry's most exciting attempts to capitalize on the strength...
This presentation highlights the power to engage students through transmedia storytelling. For three weeks in Feb 2012, 600 students across Florida worked in te (RT @meghangargan: Amazing use of #transmedia in the classroom - great case study!
Quentin Tarantino wants to be inspired by a new artist or filmmaker who will make a multi-media piece for his next film Django Unchained, starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Jamie Foxx.
The director of Inglourious Basterds and Kill Bill is launching an Emerging Artist Contest, running June 15-30, with the winner meeting him at the upcoming Comic-Con in July in San Diego, California.
The contest invites filmmakers, artists, graphic designers and/or musicians to create an original multi-media piece — poster art, funny graphics or short film — and submit for review by Tarantino, who will judge all submissions.
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