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Frank Rose
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Last night at Lincoln Center, +lance weiler and I announced the winners of the Columbia Digital Storytelling Lab's Digital Dozen: Breakthroughs in Storytelling awards. Check out the winners at this online gallery: 

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"They just make it up"? I've written for the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, the Wall Street Journal, Wired, and Fortune, among others, and I can assure you we don't make it up—quite the contrary. This is a blatant lie designed to discredit legitimate journalism and substitute their own version of reality.

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Martin Creed is the British conceptualist who won the Turner Prize 15 years ago and whose best-known work is "The Lights Going On and Off"—in an empty room. I hung out with him a bit last week as he was installing his new show at the Park Avenue Armory:

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Back in February, I did a presentation at Lincoln Center on the Columbia Digital Storytelling Lab's first annual "Digital Dozen: Breakthroughs in Storytelling"—and after that, a roundtable discussion on digital journalism with New York Magazine editor Adam Moss and New York Times Magazine deputy editor Bill Wasik, and a discussion on art and technology with New Museum curator Lauren Cornell and Rhizome director Zach Kaplan. Now it's episode 1 of the Lab's new podcast, done in collaboration with the Film Society of Lincoln Center:

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My +Columbia Business School / Columbia University School of the Arts exec ed seminar in digital storytelling strategy is coming up this Thursday April 21. Guest speakers are +Peter Koechley from +Upworthy, Afdhel Aziz from Absolut, and brand storytelling consultant Paul Austin. Still a few places available. For more info: 

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This coming Tuesday Feb 23 I'm launching a free event at Lincoln Center with Columbia Digital Storytelling Lab founder Lance Weiler. The inaugural program will celebrate the Lab's "Digital Dozen: Breakthroughs in Storytelling" and feature New York Magazine editor Adam Moss, New York Times Magazine editor Jake Silverstein, New Museum curator Lauren Cornell, and Rhizome director Zach Kaplan as guest speakers. For details and registration info, please follow this link:

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Last week, Columbia's Digital Storytelling Lab announced a dozen breakthroughs in storytelling for 2015—the first in an annual series. Here's the list, with some background on why we're doing it: 

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And in Deep Media, more on Thom Browne and his role as a storyteller: 
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