digital media

PerfectBook In An Imperfect World

by: C. Sven Johnson

I had originally intended to include news of the New York Public Library’s temporary installation of an Espresso book-on-demand machine (aka PerfectBook 040) in the post preceding this one, only this news really deserves its own entry. It’s not that print-on-demand is a new development. It’s that print-on-demand is a new development for so many people.

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What Does It Mean to be Digital?

by: David Polinchock

This is a work in progress, so I'll try to add to it over the next couple of days, but I thought that I'd get my rough thoughts out here and see what conversation it started.

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Serious Games For Cultural Preservation

by: Eliane Alhadeff 

Late June, the Coushatta Tribe of Louisiana, located near Elton, announced a partneriship with Red Knight Learning Systems of Dallas to develop innovative digital learning media for their new high tech Coushatta Heritage Center.

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The Focalyst Conference - First Impressions

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From TV Broadcaster to Multi-Channel-Caster

by: Alain Thys

There’s a perfect storm brewing in television land. Changing media consumption patterns mean people watch less TV.  Advertisers shift money away from the screen to other media. And to make things really interesting, both Googlewood and the cable companies are gearing up to disintermediate the broadcasters.   Time to pack up ?  I don't think so.

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Why Online Media Just Aren't Taking Off

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Much Ado About Digital Signage?

by: Alain Thys

Frost & Sullivan just published a report indicating that the North American market for digital signage advertising has grown from $73.6 million in 2003 to $102.5 million in 2004, which is touted as a whopping 40% increase in only one year.

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