Monthly Archives: November 2010

A message from the inventor of the World Wide Web

Sir Tim Berners-Lee invented the World Wide Web in 1990. He has some important things to say about it an article in the December 2010 issue of Scientific American. He discusses how universality was the primary design principle of the … Continue reading

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Our RED ONE Cinematography class

For our Media & Communications classes we recently acquired a RED ONE camera. It’s pretty fantastic. We’ll pay for it mostly by renting it out, but most of the year it will be available to our students. I’m hearing great … Continue reading

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Impressive HTML5 demos

There are some fun demonstrations of some of the capabilities of HTML5 and JavaScript at Web designer Ricardo Cabello’s site — functionality that previously would be difficult without proprietary software such as Flash. His blog has useful technical info too. … Continue reading

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The GNU/Linux desktop soon to be much, much faster

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David Lynch in Germany

Here’s a sweet video clip of M.U.M. trustee David Lynch’s recent visit to Germany where he received the Goslarer Kaiserring. Other winners of this award include artists such as Henry Moore, Joseph Beuys, Anselm Kiefer, and Max Ernst. Bookmark on … Continue reading

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Amazon Studios

Wow, this is bizarre, but it might be great for our students. Amazon has announced the launch of studios.amazon.com, an online movie development community. They plan to host monthly and annual scriptwriting and movie contests, with no charge to enter … Continue reading

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