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Arte Laguna, March, 16-31, Venice. Section: Virtual Art, Telecom Italia Future Centre
"Liquid Views" (1992) is a simulation of artifical water in which the viewer’s reflection is portrayed as in real water.
Derrick de Kerckhove observes "Touch is Vision"; Ryszard W.…Continue
The largest clear error of the Supreme Court was calling internet wire communications "internet" and alleging these wire communications using computers as the electronic apparatus on either end of telecommunications used some "unique and wholly new medium" in ACLU v Reno.
Internet wire communications are simply use of a computer on one end of a wire to communicate to computers on the other end of wires though these communications may include radio…Continue
I have an interesting predicament. Well, actually it's more a pain in the arse, but interesting none the less. If you type my full name, Melissa Ann Zagorski (MAZ), into Google, the first link that is listed is NC DPS Offender Public Information which contains info on a crime committed by a different MAZ. Now, if you type my name into those people finder search engines, I am the only MAZ listed. How can this…Continue
UNESCO recently anounced the publication of a new book, NET.LANG: Towards the Multilingual Cyberspace.
Internet is a wonderful tool to learn about people's cultures and languages. The promotion and use of multilingulism in cyberspace is essential to preserve the rich diversity of languages around the globe and build stronger international cooperation.…Continue