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Report of Independent Media Inquiry By CourtRules
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Report of the Independent Inquiry into the Media and Media Regulation - 28 February 2012
Transcoding the Digital: How Metaphors Matter in New Media By Marianne van den Boomen
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Transcoding the Digital: How Metaphors Matter in New Media by Marianne van den Boomen is a material-semiotic inquiry into the constitutive role of metaphors in our daily encounters with computers and... More > networks. While interface concepts such as desktop and windows are easily recognized as metaphors, this research shows how in fact all digital sign-tool-objects – ranging from icons and email to Facebook friends, from hyperlink and tweet to Pirate Bay – are digital-material metaphors. They frame and organize how we access the black boxes of software and machinery, which in turn organize and reconfigure society. The same holds for discourse metaphors such as virtual community, cyberspace, Web 2.0, and social network. Metaphors matter in digital praxis, literally. This study makes an intervention into the contemporary theory of metaphor by extending it with the notion of material metaphor, including a manifest for hacking digital-material metaphors.< Less
How to Write Media Releases to Promote Your Business, Organization, or Event By Paul Lima
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If you are not telling your story, who is? Consumers often regard advertising with skepticism, but they regard similar messages in newspaper and magazine articles as credible. The proof? Public... More > relations generates 28% of sales inquiries, according to a consumer and business purchasing study. However, many organizations neglect this cost-effective marketing tool. "How to Write Media Releases to Promote your Business, Organization or Event (Third Edition)" includes information, examples and exercises that will explain: how PR differs from paid advertising; what editors and journalists consider newsworthy; how to focus your media release on your news; how to write concise media releases and media advisories; how to issue them; and when and how to follow up. Includes two new chapters on generating publicity using blogs and social media such as LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter. Choose from stitched paperback or electronic PDF file; 18 chapters; 39,000 words.< Less
How to Write Media Releases to Promote Your Business, Organization, or Event By Paul Lima
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If you are not telling your story, who is? Consumers often regard advertising with skepticism, but they regard similar messages in newspaper and magazine articles as credible. The proof? Public... More > relations generates 28% of sales inquiries, according to a consumer and business purchasing study. However, many organizations neglect this cost-effective marketing tool. "How to Write Media Releases to Promote your Business, Organization or Event (Third Edition)" includes information, examples and exercises that will explain: how PR differs from paid advertising; what editors and journalists consider newsworthy; how to focus your media release on your news; how to write concise media releases and media advisories; how to issue them; and when and how to follow up. Includes two new chapters on generating publicity using blogs and social media such as LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter. Choose from stitched paperback or electronic PDF file; 18 chapters; 39,000 words.< Less
The Leveson Report - Volume 3 By Brian Leveson
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The third Volume of the Leveson Inquiry report in the culture, practices and ethics of the press.
The Leveson Report - Volume 2 By Brian Leveson
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The second Volume of the Leveson Inquiry report in the culture, practices and ethics of the press.
The Leveson Report - Volume 4 By Brian Leveson
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The fourth Volume of the Leveson Inquiry report in the culture, practices and ethics of the press.
The Leveson Report - Volume 1 By Brian Leveson
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The first Volume of the Leveson Inquiry report in the culture, practices and ethics of the press.
The Printer's Manual: An Illustrated History By David Pankow
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As printing from movable type was perfected in the fifteenth century, the mysteries of its practice were guarded by a privileged few. The rapid spread of the new art depended on the development of a... More > reliable mechanism for transferring knowledge, and printers naturally adapted the established practices of the medieval craft guilds. In this way, the art of printing was preserved and sustained, often carefully veiled from outsiders, and always the product of years of close study and practice. By the end of the seventeenth century, however, the pioneers of manufacturing technology and scientific inquiry were prying away at the rotting doors of medieval trade secrecy. "The Printer’s Manual – An Illustrated History" is based on an exhibition of the same name, displayed at the Melbert B. Cary Jr. Graphic Arts Collection, and shows the history of printing manuals from 1683 to the end of the nineteenth century, including some of the rarest in existence. ISBN 0-9759651-0-7< Less
21st Century Communities By Steven Van Zoost
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When Grade 12 students asked, “What defines a community in the 21st century?” their teacher didn’t presume to know the answer. The question prompted the students to create a Youth... More > Inquiry Project that explored the roles of media, technology, women, industry, poverty, discrimination, education, and environmental issues in our communities. Each student created an individual inquiry question to shape how they look at their own communities in rural Nova Scotia. The students then visited a contrasting community in northern Alberta to see how their questions were reflected in the First Nations community of Fort McKay. The results of the students’ thinking about communities are presented in this anthology. Inspired and written by Nova Scotia high school students, this book demonstrates why we all should be optimistic about the role of young people in our current and future communities.< Less