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REFRESH! conference on media history
Is it too soon for a conference on "new media history"?
At the end of September 2005 I'm headed to the REFRESH! conference where I hope to show off some of the projects New Media students and I have been building at U-Me, including The Pool and the Variable Media Database.

The lineup features a bunch of big shot new media critics, but not so many new media artists, a criticism I hope to make in my presentation. Other topics to be presented range from  "Islamic Automation: A Reading of al-Jazari's The Book of Knowledge of Ingenious Mechanical Devices (1206)" to CAVE:s Projecting Imagination into Reality Across High Speed Networks.

jon
Posted 2005-09-25 22:23:30 by Jon Ippolito
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Interesting story... [Jon Ippolito, 2005-10-14 11:10:24]

OK, this is really just a test... ;)

jon


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