Entangled Ecologies, an NEH funded project, led by UMaine’s Joline Blais and Dartmouth colleague John Bell, creates an (AR) App that reveals the entwined histories and ecological systems of the Shaker Forest in Enfield, NH..
A HASTAC scholarship, an interview published by the Smithsonian, and a cover story in ARTnews that mentions a landmark book by one of the professors. These are among the accolades received this fall by instructors teaching next term’s online courses in Metadata and Digital Preservation, for their contributions to the growing field of digital curation.
One of five US women on the Internet use Pinterest. ABC TV-7 interviews Jon Ippolito to find out why.
As a “new media specialist,” Still Water Co-Director Jon Ippolito gets called upon to explain plenty of weird Internet memes. But this Public Radio story on the tingling sensation known as ASMR has got to be one of the most bizarre.
Still Water Senior Researcher John Bell and fellow Intermedia alumnus Rick Corey advance in Stages One and Two of the prestigious Digital Media and Learning Competition held in San Francisco this month.
In the final stretch of the competition for the Mozilla-Knight Foundation News Technology Partnership, Still Water Senior Researcher John Bell has posted a roadmap based on applying the lessons of open source software to journalism. His four stages–aggregation, interpretation, curation, and deliberation–lay the foundation for a future of journalism that marries community and credibility.
Two recent stories on conserving contemporary art speak to how removed museums and foundations are from the “proliferative preservation” of digital creators. The New York Observer writes about a Whitney Museum taskforce created to police the replication of art via exhibition copies, and their headline says it all: Copy That! Wait, Don’t. Meanwhile an article …