Monthly Archives: September 2014

Brain Movies: Scientists Turn Memories Into Video Recordings

  Imagine tapping into the mind of a coma patient, or watching one’s own dream on YouTube. With a cutting-edge blend of brain imaging and computer simulation, scientists at the University of California, Berkeley, are bringing these futuristic scenarios within … Continue reading

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Future Lab: An Applied Experiment in Digital Scholarship

  Edward L. Ayers, works with the Digital Scholarship Lab at the University of Richmond, where he is President and Professor of History. In his essay ‘Does Digital Scholarship Have A Future‘ Ayers questions why the technological revolution has changed … Continue reading

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The Selfie: Narcissism Or Work Of Art?

Self-portraiture has been a staple of artistic practice for centuries. In recent times the selfie has ushering in a new era of popular and widespread photographic self-representation. Image Selfie by artist Tom Estes  On display in Venice Italy, at ArtVenice Biennale 3 and at … Continue reading

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Hack My Ride: How Easy It Is To Cyber Hack Your Car?

  Image: Emoticon at The Encyclopedic Palace, Live Art Performance by Tom Estes, one of the winners of Art Venice 2013, selected by The Biennial Project for The Venice Biennale  If you think your car is safe once you’ve zapped it with your key … Continue reading

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