Meditative, pulsating, and oftentimes trance-inducing rhythms are about as old as breathing itself. This how-to just might help you jump the track.
Let’s face it — real mixtapes made on a cassette tape look cooler than an iTunes playlist. Now you can 3-D print your own digital mixtape so it will look like an old-school cassette.
SAN DIEGO — No torn edges here! Digital Design Director Tim Leong shows us the DC Comics digital book booth and gives us a peek at the new way you can read your favorite comics. Whether it’s the iPad, Kindle Fire or Barnes and Noble Nook Color, you’re covered.
With a vast archive of comics …
As a kid, Shawn Smith spent hours playing the Atari game Pitfall, where players tromp though a forested gauntlet of rolling logs, quicksand, rattlesnakes, and fire. “I’d never been camping, so I thought that’s what it was: wrestling crocodiles living in pixelated lakes, jumping over scorpions,” Smith says. “The whole idea was to avoid nature and win some gold coins.”
Whether developers recognize it or not, users still subconsciously desire some kind of visual feedback when flipping through multiple pages of content.
Mozilla calls the restrictions in Microsoft’s coming Windows RT “an unwelcome return to the digital dark ages,” and suggests that Microsoft may be violating its anti-trust agreements by limiting browser choice in its new operating system.
Kids seem to have an endless supply of creativity. Drawing, painting, writing, building, colouring, storytelling – anything can spark it off and it can lead to hours of fun. And stacks and stacks of art of all forms decorating your house. Why not create a Digital Art Gallery to not only show it all off, but help clear up your house a bit too.
A common hysteria surrounds the inevitable switch from analog to digital, regardless of the industry: In journalism, it’s the evolution from print to online; in photography and cinema, it’s the switch from film to digital. In new documentary Side By Side, the filmmakers turn the lens on their own form, interviewing the world’s most respected directors, cinematographers, editors and other Hollywood professionals to spark a meaningful dialog about the coming of a new era.
Medical informatics experts want to bring the digital revolution to anatomy class with a three-dimensional, fully-interactive visualization program.
When the Financial Times decided to focus its digital model on subscriptions, the reception from commentators was skeptical to say the least. Fast-forward a few years and the criticism has melted away. With 270,000 digital subscribers and close to one-third of our revenues coming from digital, the FT?s impossible plan for paid content online is now a success. What has driven the FT?s rapid progress and is it a template or a mere curiosity?