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The Kuleshov Fallacy | OUPblog

The face has long been regarded as one of the major weapons in the arsenal of cinema—as a tool of characterization, a source of visual fascination, and not least, as a vehicle of emotional expression. — Read on blog.oup.com/

2018-12-05T05:32:04+00:00December 5th, 2018|Comments Off on The Kuleshov Fallacy | OUPblog

Unread Books

The sight of a book you’ve read can remind you of the many things you’ve already learned. The sight of a book you haven’t read can remind you that there are many things you’ve yet to learn. And the sight of a partially read book can remind you that reading is an activity that

2018-11-17T04:35:34+00:00November 15th, 2018|Comments Off on Unread Books

How the Index Card Cataloged the World

Forty years ago, Michel Foucault observed in a footnote that, curiously, historians had neglected the invention of the index card. The book was Discipline and Punish, which explores the relationship between knowledge and power. The index card was a turning point, Foucault believed, in the relationship between power and technology. — Read on www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2017/12/how-the-index-card-catalogued-the-world/547271/

2018-11-15T13:43:17+00:00September 24th, 2018|Comments Off on How the Index Card Cataloged the World

Start your own social media site

Don’t just ditch Facebook, start your own social media site instead https://t.co/hHoyqmsj28 — MIT Technology Review (@techreview) September 13, 2018

2018-11-15T13:38:28+00:00September 13th, 2018|Comments Off on Start your own social media site

Collector’s Fallacy

There’s a tendency in all of us to gather useful stuff and feel good about it. To collect is a reward in itself. As knowledge workers, we’re inclined to look for the next groundbreaking thought, for intellectual stimulation: we pile up promising books and articles, and we store half the internet as bookmarks, just so we get

2018-09-08T07:26:56+00:00September 8th, 2018|Comments Off on Collector’s Fallacy

UbuWeb

UbuWeb is the largest non-profit online archive of avant-garde art. It was created and is co-ordinated by the artist Kenneth Goldsmith. It is a curated repository. It offers visual, concrete and sound poetry, expanding to include film and sound art mp3 archives. Beyond its repository of works, UbuWeb features curated sections including /ubu Editions,

2018-11-15T13:15:21+00:00May 26th, 2018|0 Comments

Collector’s Fallacy

There’s a tendency in all of us to gather useful stuff and feel good about it. To collect is a reward in itself. As knowledge workers, we’re inclined to look for the next groundbreaking thought, for intellectual stimulation: we pile up promising books and articles, and we store half the internet as bookmarks, just so we get

2018-03-19T07:48:40+00:00March 19th, 2018|Comments Off on Collector’s Fallacy