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Post Internet By Gene McHugh
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Post Internet is a blog developed between December 2009 and September 2010 by the New York based art critic Gene McHugh, thanks to a grant of the Creative Capital | Andy Warhol Foundation Arts... More > Writers Grant Program. For almost a year, Gene McHugh kept filling this folder with his personal notes. Writing and posting became a daily, regular activity, that sometimes produced many posts a day, sometimes long (or very long) texts posted at a slower pace. However, Post Internet is not just a piece of beautiful criticism, as reading this book proves. It's also, in itself, a piece of Post Internet art in the shape of an art criticism blog. GENE MCHUGH is an art writer and curator based in Brooklyn. His writing has appeared in Artforum and Rhizome. McHugh is currently the Kress Fellow in Interpretive Technology at the Whitney Museum of American Art.< Less
Post Internet By Gene McHugh
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Post Internet is a blog developed between December 2009 and September 2010 by the New York based art critic Gene McHugh, thanks to a grant of the Creative Capital | Andy Warhol Foundation Arts... More > Writers Grant Program. For almost a year, Gene McHugh kept filling this folder with his personal notes. Writing and posting became a daily, regular activity, that sometimes produced many posts a day, sometimes long (or very long) texts posted at a slower pace. However, Post Internet is not just a piece of beautiful criticism, as reading this book proves. It's also, in itself, a piece of Post Internet art in the shape of an art criticism blog. GENE MCHUGH is an art writer and curator based in Brooklyn. His writing has appeared in Artforum and Rhizome, and he was the recipient of the Creative Capital | Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grant for his blog, Post Internet: http://122909a.com/. McHugh is currently the Kress Fellow in Interpretive Technology at the Whitney Museum of American Art.< Less
Post Internet By Gene McHugh
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Post Internet is a blog developed between December 2009 and September 2010 by the New York based art critic Gene McHugh, thanks to a grant of the Creative Capital | Andy Warhol Foundation Arts... More > Writers Grant Program. For almost a year, Gene McHugh kept filling this folder with his personal notes. Writing and posting became a daily, regular activity, that sometimes produced many posts a day, sometimes long (or very long) texts posted at a slower pace. However, Post Internet is not just a piece of beautiful criticism, as reading this book proves. It's also, in itself, a piece of Post Internet art in the shape of an art criticism blog. GENE MCHUGH is an art writer and curator based in Brooklyn. His writing has appeared in Artforum and Rhizome, and he was the recipient of the Creative Capital | Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grant for his blog, Post Internet: http://122909a.com/. McHugh is currently the Kress Fellow in Interpretive Technology at the Whitney Museum of American Art.< Less
Internet Postage Meter By Neo Post Inc.
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This brochure courtesy of Neo Post Inc. tells you everything that you need to know about our internet postage meter. Make sure that you visit our website for more information.
Posted in Winooski By Dan Higgins
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For this project I contacted residents of Winooski Vermont who had posted topics I found interesting on a neighborhood internet forum and asked if they would collaborate with me in posing for... More > photographs reflecting something about them and their topic. The posts generated the pictures, and the resulting images were exhibited at a local coffee shop, offering viewers the opportunity of connecting faces with community members whose names they’d become familiar with only through entries on the internet forum.< Less
Situated Technologies Pamphlets 8: The Internet of People for a Post-Oil World By Christian Nold, Rob van Kranenburg
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The Situated Technologies Pamphlets series explores the implications of ubiquitous computing for architecture and urbanism. How is our experience of the city and the choices we make in it affected by... More > mobile communications, pervasive media, and other “situated” technologies? Each Situated Technologies Pamphlet is structured as a conversation between two leading researchers and practitioners from architecture, art, technology, and related disciplines. In Pamphlet 8, Christian Nold and Rob van Kranenburg articulate the foundations of a future manifesto for an Internet of Things in the public interest. Nold and Kranenburg propose tangible design interventions that challenge an internet dominated by commercial tools and systems. Through horizontally scaling grass roots efforts along with establishing social standards for governments and companies to allow cooperation, Nold and Kranenberg argue for transforming the Internet of Things into an Internet of People.< Less
Really Great Stories - Soundbites For a Post-Internet Age By Steve Spalding
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RGS is an always silly, sometimes funny, occasionally insightful but never boring collection of rules, aphorisms, principles and other assorted bits that takes a stab at describing this wonderful,... More > spinning ball of dirt of ours without the aid of silly things like paragraphs. Perfect for... 1. Giving you something witty to say before dessert on your next date. 2. Winning you piles of new, fake friends on Twitter. 3. Impressing strangers at cocktail parties with your deep, philosophical insights. 4. Providing you with something to think about on a lazy, Sunday afternoon.< Less
Guest Posting Secrets By Best Publications
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Guest posting is a relative new tool that in being used to internet marketing but it is fast gaining credibility and popularity. The novelty of this new style is quite refreshing especially if the... More > material posted in innovative, entertaining, and informative all at the same time. ,ebook “Guest Posting Secrets” looks at: Guest Posting Basics, The Benefits Of Guest Posting, How To Use Guest Posting Correctly, Making Money With Guest Posting, You Have To Promote and What To Avoid...< Less
Military Veterans Travel Guide: to VA Services Locations In All 50 States By Robert Post
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Traveling is difficult enough even for those in perfect health. Compound that by traveling with a disability or health issue and travel becomes daunting at best and overwhelming at its worst. The... More > need exists for a comprehensive, searchable guide for the U.S. Military Veteran traveler that could be accessed without being connected to the Internet. By having this searchable guide already downloaded and available for use on your e-reader, “smart” phone, tablet or laptop you will be able to locate the information you need in under a minute - WITHOUT requiring an Internet connection. This guide details contact information and locations for Veterans Services in all 50 states including addresses, phone numbers and web addresses. This information is current as of the publication date listed. This book is dedicated to the memory of the thousands of U.S. Military Veterans who have sacrificed so much in order that our nation remains free and strong. Thanks from the bottom of our hearts.< Less
Post-Modem: The Interwebs Explained By Jason Klamm
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You know absolutely nothing about The Internet, even if you think you do. Whether an expert or a "newber," Post-Modem is guaranteed to tell you something you would have never known about... More > The Internet without picking up this book. How did housewives in the 50s combine a turntable and a HAM radio to get Wi-Fi? What is the connection between "Mad Men"'s Jon Hamm and AskJeeves? (hint: you might want to ask Jon Hamm!) Is Richard Dawkins real? How did Stalin create the first LOLCat via Sputnik? Post-Modem is the unabridged, unedited history of the Internet you've always needed. Rob Kutner (The Daily Show, Conan) says: “With an inspired mix of real historical texture, ballsy anachronism, countless whip-smart jokes, and spot-on ‘archival photos,’ Jason Klamm spins a delightful John Hodgman-esque look at the Internet throughout history and today.”< Less