1. An Independent Narrative: Ideas and ideals conveyed on the channels are not defined in opposition to an extremist ideology
Back in 2008, I watched so many students tend bar or wait tables to help support themselves through college. Once they finally
"With VR, well, we're trying to figure it all out, man. It's about story telling right now, and it's just too early to talk business."
To create my paintings, I specialize in using the latest digital light-based technologies alongside traditional values and techniques. And with the growing commercial success of my own digital art work, I am being asked more and more questions by other artists and collectors about the growing popularity of this fascinating medium.
Every time we turn on the TV or scroll through our news feed we see reasons for worry. Admittedly, it is the media's role to report on the world's problems and catastrophes. And yet--why don't journalists also cover stories about solutions to global problems?
Fifty years later, Wolfe now features in an invaluable online video resource on McLuhan that has, also this month, become widely available to scholars and public alike. It's The 'Marshall McLuhan Speaks' Special Collection, created by producers Stephanie McLuhan and Sandy Pearl, in collaboration with the Open Education Consortium.
Shouldn't there be places in the world where cellphones, tablets and other high-tech pieces of modern communications are off-limits and their use curtailed to emergencies only?
I've been a VICE-loving broad since I was about 13 -- so at the just-ripe age of 32 you could call me a devotee. As a buck-toothed, flat-chested, polyester-golf-pant wearing teenager, I was all about embracing the Other.
Bullish industry estimates suggest that in five years there will be billions of devices connected to the IoT generating trillions of dollars of value for the economy. So why even compare these numbers?
This year marks the five-year anniversary of Public Voice Salon, a TV show I co-created with my wife that seeks to revive the lost art of human conversation.
In his editor’s letter this week announcing a redesigned New York Times Magazine, one with much more digital content and
I also very much admire women who own their past mistakes without apologizing for them - Angelina Jolie and Reese Witherspoon