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Kenn Brown
Works at Mondolithic Studios
Attends Dropped out of OCAD in my final year to start my own business
Lives in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
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Yet another fantastic review of Steins Gate... I love when we stumble across something so good and realize we are not the only ones talking about it.
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You know, when the subject of 'Freemium' games comes up - I always imagine going to a movie for free but half way through - right at the most crucial time, they stop it and ask you to pay to continue or leave the theatre. The push companies are now making into 'ecosystem' based virtual currency to 'more easily' facilitate the transaction process of games is even more disturbing.... maybe it is the future but I cannot say I am very comfortable with it.
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Scientific American Mind Magazine - Band of Brothers, Brothers in Arms'.
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Reflection... a small quadrant of a larger photo.
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Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico
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What makes your robots so much goddamn better than human beings? ....Well, they're not irrational or potentially homicidal maniacs, for starters.
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Bouncing Bose Einstein condensate - article by Chris Lee @ ArsTechnica. Bose Condensate Illustration originally published by Scientific American Magazine. For commissions and syndications please contact kennbmondo@gmail.com

http://www.mondolithic.com/?p=3642
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It’s a computer – inside a cockroach. Nano-sized entities made of DNA that are able to perform the same kind of logic operations as a silicon-based computer have been introduced into a living animal. The DNA computers – known as origami robots because they work by folding and unfolding strands of DNA – travel around the insect’s body and interact with each other, as well as the insect’s cells. When they uncurl, they can dispense drugs carried in their folds. “DNA nanorobots could potentially carry out complex programs that could one day be used to diagnose or treat diseases with unprecedented sophistication,” says Daniel Levner, a bioengineer at the Wyss Institute at Harvard University. Illustration commissioned by Scientific American Magazine. Kenn Brown – Chris Wren @ mondoart.net http://www.nature.com/nnano/journal/vaop/ncurrent/full/nnano.2014.58.html http://wyss.harvard.edu/viewpage/228/advanced-technology-team-bios.html http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DNA_computing http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn25376-dna-nanobots-deliver-drugs-in-living-cockroaches.html - See more at: http://www.mondolithic.com/#sthash.t4egXJJL.dpuf
Text by David Fuchs.
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Artist, designer, illustrator, unstable visionary
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  • Mondolithic Studios
    Artist, designer, illustrator, unstable visionary, present
  • Aldrich Pears and Associates
  • Westwood Studios
  • Electronic Arts
  • Black Box Studios
  • Radical/Universal Studios
  • GVFX
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Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
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Ontario - Too many to list
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Introduction
I care deeply about what I do and who I do it with. I believe everybody must get paid at the end of the day and I personally will do without so those who helped me get their cut. I despise hipsters and douchebags who rebrand the digital revolution/evolution as a form of revelation by their own hand and ride the coat-tails of the real content creators without compensation. I do not in anyway agree with C. Doctorow who agressively pursues the concept that copyright laws should be liberalized to allow for free sharing of all digital media or his advocating of filesharing. Why you ask, as an editor of Boing Boing Magazine, Doctorow argues that copyright holders should have a monopoly on selling their own digital media, and copyright laws should only come into play when someone attempts to sell a product currently under someone else's copyright. Boing Boing is a 'product' with questionable business model selling other peoples copyrighted material as content under the guise of cross cultural digital aggregation. Were they not selling advertising or cutting deals with large corporate media, my opinion would be quite the opposite.
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  • Dropped out of OCAD in my final year to start my own business
    present
  • OCAD
  • BCI
  • LPS
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kennbmondo