Podcast: Gregory Anderson, “The Show Business High Wire Act: Walking the Tightrope Between Studio Filmmaking and Independent Production”
Gregory Anderson, creator of Stomp the Yard, has been called a trailblazer for independent film distribution.
Podcast: “Slightly More Than Expected from a Band of Novelists: On How and Why a Group of Writers Called Wu Ming Set to Disrupt Italian (nay, European) Literature and Popular Culture (and then Came to Boston to Brag About It)”
Wu Ming 1 is a founding member and representative of the Wu Ming Foundation, a collective of writers from Italy.
Justice Sandra Day O’Connor, Chris Crawford (original founder of the GDC), Prof. Henry Jenkins (MIT), and Prof. James Paul Gee (University of Wisconsin-Madison) are all confirmed speakers for the upcoming Games for Change NYC conference, to be held June 3 and 4.
Neon Signs, Underground Tunnels and Chinese American Identity: The Many Dimension of Visual Chinatown
What is Chinatown? Is it an imaginary construct, a real location, or a community?
The design of information visualization, defined as the interactive, graphical presentation of data, is on the verge of a significant paradigm shift.