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Free: Download 15,000+ Free Golden Age Comics from the Digital Comic Museum 0 (0)

2018-11-21T07:39:03-05:00

Free: Download 15,000+ Free Golden Age Comics from the Digital Comic Museum http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/OpenCulture/~3/fmTrg2JtRLc/free-download-15000-free-golden-age-comics-digital-comic-museum.html — Read on feedproxy.google.com/~r/OpenCulture/~3/fmTrg2JtRLc/free-download-15000-free-golden-age-comics-digital-comic-museum.html

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How Netflix changed entertainment 0 (0)

2018-06-26T06:11:35-04:00

Netflix changed the world of entertainment -- first with DVD-by-mail, then with streaming media and then again with sensational original shows like "Orange Is the New Black" and "Stranger Things" -- but not without taking its fair share of risks. In conversation with TED curator Chris Anderson, Netflix co-founder and CEO Reed Hastings discusses the

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Where internet memes come from 0 (0)

2018-06-11T19:25:53-04:00

Two Reddit and 4chan communities are especially good at spreading and “weaponizing” them. www.technologyreview.com/s/611332/this-is-where-internet-memes-come-from/amp/

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Metrics at The New York Times 1 (1)

2018-05-25T04:57:42-04:00

Several of the masthead editors like to say that The Times strives to be data informed rather than data driven, which I think is an important distinction. We don’t let pageviews dictate our coverage or approach, but we do use data to understand reader engagement and the reach of our stories. Our reporters’ and editors’

Freudian Noir 0 (0)

2018-05-21T07:46:07-04:00

Freudian Noir | by Geoffrey O’Brien | The New York Review of Books What holds it all together is a sense of form, fittingly enough since form is his overriding preoccupation—narrative form above all. Irresistibly drawn to the comparison of examples taken from as wide a field as possible, Bordwell collects specimens of filmmaking and

What of the lowly page number 1 (1)

2018-05-16T08:32:42-04:00

The functional role of the page number is simple: it provides order and sequence to a text. And while it is a supremely utilitarian design element, more thought is put into it than you might imagine. Should it go at the top or the bottom of the page? In the right or left margin? Or

Robert Coover 0 (0)

2018-04-23T04:35:36-04:00

Interesting to think of moving pictures as something so static as a “terrain,” but in the sense of being something fixed and finished—“in the can,” as they say in the trade—that’s what they are. They invite exploration, just as terrain does. I’ve played with all the art forms, but the novel was the dominant narrative

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