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Dylan Kinnett
Works at The Walters Art Museum
Attended Maryville College
Lives in Baltimore, MD
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The upside-down Instagram images is pretty much a deal-breaker for this camera. Does anybody know a workaround for it?
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My quest to use Git to manage written documents continues and now I have a question. (I'm posting this to Google Plus the way children cast pennies down a well, because it is probably futile but at least it's fun?)
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Remember these things? Never seen one before in your life? Come see baltimore writers perform their work with the aid of a vintage overhead projector. It's tonight at PROJECTION Speaker Series. 

https://www.facebook.com/events/146168778913461/
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Two writers talk about the intersection of writing and computing. Of particular interest is the discussion of archival practices for born-digital writing. 
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I've published another update to "Bestrew," my TiddlyWiki5 application for manuscript submissions tracking. This update brings it up to the latest Tiddlywiki Alpha, version 5.0.1, with the ribbon icon at the top so you can see which version it's running.

A demo is online at http://nocategories.net/tiddlywiki/bestrew.html

The github project for it is http://github.com/dylan-k/bestrew/


some new features:

dropdown menus to fill in some custom fields other than 'tag'

"to do list" now with "add new task" button and sort by modified
tabbed view to quickly present three tables side-by-side.

experimental features:

include dropdowns within tables? buggy. trying it out anyway.

experimenting with an "edit other tiddler" button, available via the button widget's new param values.
"lookups" or something like it to connect cross-references? 200. { "title": "$:/core", "description": "TiddlyWiki5 core plugin", "author": "JeremyRuston", "core-version": ">=5.0.0", "plugin-priority": "0", "tiddlers": { "$:/core/copyright.txt": { "title": "$:/core/copyright.txt", ...
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My short story makes a cameo appearance in the new video for Seltzer zine. Watch the video ( https://vimeo.com/76641028 ) and read the story ( http://www.seltzerzine.com/2013/06/24/the-doppler-effect/ )
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Please vote for my story over on Slashdot. I'm trying to share some ideas about how software for writers can be improved.
"One of the most important business skills a writer needs is the ability to track the submission process....What’s interesting to me is that none of the software available for tracking this stuff seems to be able to track every bit of the items that you might want to track."Here are one writer...
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Getty Releases Collection Images with Open License, Cites Walters as Leader. Please see Getty president and CEO Jim Cuno's announcement on The Getty Iris for additional information.
http://blogs.getty.edu/iris/open-content-an-idea-whose-time-has-come/ 
 
+The Getty  launches #opencontent  initiative! Hurrah! This is a moment of celebration for #openglam  advocates and the public!

Read James Cuno's statement on the Iris Blog, "Open Content, An Idea Whose Time Has Come" : http://blogs.getty.edu/iris/open-content-an-idea-whose-time-has-come/ 

"Why open content? Why now? The Getty was founded on the conviction that understanding art makes the world a better place, and sharing our digital resources is the natural extension of that belief. This move is also an educational imperative. Artists, students, teachers, writers, and countless others rely on artwork images to learn, tell stories, exchange ideas, and feed their own creativity."

#GLAMWiki   #museweb   #musesocial   #musetech   #digitalhumanities  
The Open Content Program provides free, unrestricted access to the Getty's digital resources.
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What do you get when you cross Sylvia Plath with Cher? Take a look, with my newly published mashup poem, a visual poem and another literary oddity. These were just published in the latest edition of TRUCK, a literary blog/journal.
Seven climbs of brother  They have their bonds and deals, working and willing in the city's elements screamingly under prosody. And then the beauty, That organizes this quiet baleful art, Sans clocks, sans cards, sans b...
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Can the Internet do what a writers' group can do? Are there any good social networks for writers? Here's what I think. What do you think?
Are there any good social networks for writers?
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Introduction
Dylan Kinnett is the founding editor of “Infinity’s Kitchen“, a journal of experimental literature. He is a published art critic, a poet and an occasional spoken word performer. An album of his spoken word, entitled “Strange Punctuation“, was produced in 2009 by Magnanimous Records. He lives and works in Baltimore, Maryland.
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  • Maryville College
    Writing and Communications
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Web Developer, Writer
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  • The Walters Art Museum
    Manager of Web and Social Media, 2009 - present
  • founding editor of the “Infinity’s Kitchen” journal of experimental literature, published art critic, performance poet and web developer
    2008 - present
  • Freelance
    Writer, Editor, 2004 - 2012
  • Catholic Relief Services
    Web Developer
  • Verizon
    Support Technician
  • Eastgate Systems
    Intern
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Baltimore, MD
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Boston, MA - Maryville, TN - Kyoto, Japan - Shepherdstown, WV