The Department of Medical Ethics and Health Policy of the University of Pennsylvania’s Perelman School of Medicine will hold its first annual “Bioethics Film Festival” on April 12-14 at the Annenberg Center for Performing Arts on Penn’s campus:
This is completely idi-o-tic, +Google Chrome. Just because Apple wants to enforce planned obsolescence by artificially imposing their own OS half-life standards doesn't mean you have to follow suit. It's disingenuous to compare OS X 10.x to the Windows XP heirloom software.
Harold Lloyd hanging high above the city on the hands of a skyscraper's clock. A shot through the eye on the Odessa steps. Another eye, this one readied for the razor blade. King Kong roaring atop a skyscraper of his own. Snow White offering a perch to the bluebird.
USC Libraries slide collection of 20th century California architecture that developed stylistically from the foundations of the International Style as established by the 1932 exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, titled Modern Architecture: International Exhibition, and of European pre-World War II Modernism.
It’s often said that the rise of information and communications technology has made the world smaller. The internet lets us seek and share information, across borders and across vast distances, with unprecedented speed and ease. At the end of 2015, there were an estimated 3.2 billion internet users worldwide, up from 400 million in 2000.... View Article
"The future will find you out. The future, wielding unimaginable tools of transparency, will have its way with you."
I work in communications at a large academic medical center in the Northeast. If need be, I am also trained to perform an emergency deconstruction of any kind of text or image.
I usually find a parking space. (This field used to be called "my super power," which sounds much more modest and pleasing than "bragging rights.") Also, the above à propos quotation on how the future will have its way with you is courtesy of William Gibson, 2003.