October, 2010
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  • October 29, 2010 • On Media

    Starbucks Digital Network froths Content at the Cafe

    Remember when cafes were limned with disheveled books and the scattered innards of newspapers, all free-for-the-taking? Cafes have long been a haven for browsers of both of the literary and digital sort, which has not been lost on...

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  • October 28, 2010 • Culture Dept., On Media

    iPad Typewriter

    If you came of age during the Reagan regime as I had, chances are your Cold War-inspired paranoia thawed a bit when exposed to the retro-future climes of Terry Gilliam’s Brazil. The quasi-familiarity of the film’s lo-fi hi-tech...

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  • October 26, 2010 • On Media

    Daedalus vs. FutureBot | Yonkoma & Fumetti Experiment

    Screenwriting guru Sid Field is known for his autocratic adherence to the proverbial three-act structure but few beyond manga artists employ the even more demanding 4-cell Yonkoma structure for visually-driven narrative. Like many Japanese...

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