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A ARTS2090 Student

Final Assignment

The following link is the response of question four: Compare two publishing technology. http://soundcloud.com/leon-vigo/hoi-leong-lee-arts2090-final Reference:   100 Eyes Blog, (2011), ‘Daniel Morel Sued by AFP for Aggressive Assertion of rights’, http://www.100eyes.org/2010/04/daniel-morel/, accessed 2nd June, 2011   Abigail J. Sellen and … Continue reading

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Conclusion

Publishing converges. Printing press in the 17th century caused the mass-production of books. At that time, bible finally can reach to the majority. People can read and interpreted the meaning, not only from the church. Printing, mostly on paper. Paper, as … Continue reading

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Modes of Publishing

Books and magazines are my favorite modes of publishing. At least in the past 22 years of life. I subscribe to magazines. When receiving the latest copy and read it voraciously is the happiest moment I have. The smell of the freshly print … Continue reading

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Week 11

Refer to Gauntlett (2010), you can see him so excited about his new book, Making is Connecting. Although he had a website, videos and blogs to share his idea, he published a book to explain his thought. The reason why he … Continue reading

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12052011 Visualization

This week I would like to displace two images and explain their context. Both images were taken on the same venue, but record on difference medium.  Img 1 Img 1 is captured on digital medium.  Img 2 Img 2 is recorded … Continue reading

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Data Visualization

There are seven visual variables: orientation, colour, texture, value, form, position and size. Although Wikileaks is a virtual collection of data, yet it is a good example of data visualization. It consists of main raw logs and files. It requires the … Continue reading

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Week 6

Internet makes analog photography alive. In 2006, Polaroid announced to cease production of the famous instant film. The convenience of digital camera kills Polaroid. In 2010, a group called The Impossible Project reinvent the film for Polaroid cameras to use. Millions … Continue reading

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