Feed on
Posts
comments

Barbershop Punk

Barbershop Punk is a new documentary addressing net neutrality and free speech. The film is described on its website as “Following one man’s personal quest to defend what he believes to be his inalienable rights, Barbershop Punk examines the critical issues surrounding the future of the American internet and what it takes to challenge the [...]

Read Full Post »

Read Full Post »

As good residencies should, “Collaboration, Interactivity, and Managing Media: A Week with Intermedia Artistis Kevin Patton and Maria Del Carmen Montoya” stimulated more questions than answers for me. Helping me to continue to think through this residency is the press that is occurring around the Unsound Festival currently taking place in New York. I highly [...]

Read Full Post »

Jus’ Press

Eugene based ukulele virtuoso and A&AA Digital Arts major Craig Chee along with my friend Tim Miller (on bass) are featured on the blog Ukulele Hunt’s Saturday Uke Tube for one of their 2009 Uketoberfest performance.Tim is also Director of Information Tech Service for UO Finance and Administration.

Read Full Post »

Zines in China

For the past six months, without success,  I have been trying to locate examples of zines produced in China. On Sunday I had the opportunity to experience the China Design Now exhibit at the Portland Art Museum. Included in the exhibit were examples of independent music zines from the mid to late 90s. The zines [...]

Read Full Post »

Electric Literature

Electric Literature is a bi-monthly anthology of short fiction. The editors select stories “charged with wit and emotional gravity right from the first sentence.” Unique to Electric Literature is that readers choose how they read the stories. You can read the stories on paper, Kindle, e-book, iphone and as an audiobook. Stories are tweeted over [...]

Read Full Post »