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Liz Danzico (of Bobulate and SVA) asked me to finish this sentence in front of a camera: “So you’re thinking about becoming a designer? If I could tell you only *one thing* about going into the field, my advice would be ___________ ”

I think the most important piece of advice is to bring your camera everywhere you go. If you think your camera is too big, get a smaller one. I have a big DSLR that almost never gets used for anything other than documentation, but I always have my little point and shoot with me.

 

It was recorded from the stream.  It is a little choppy, and is overdubbed with the live translation.  So its good if you speak Spanish

 
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Delete City is a WordPress plug-in that operates in the background of your personal blog. Every day, the plug-in conducts searches on sites like YouTube, Flickr, Facebook, etc. and automatically downloads large amounts of content. With companies like Dreamhost and Bluehost offering ridiculuous amounts of storage space to lure in new users, a growing percentage of people with blogs have more storage than they could ever use, which is perfect for DeleteCity. These searches can be customized to download the kind of content that you want. For instance, if you are interested in puppies, then DeleteCity will only download movies and photos about puppies. Right now, we are focusing on movies and photos, but in the future we might extend the plug-ins to include PDFs, MP3s, and more.

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August 2007
 

I know, I should write these more often, so there is less to digest in each one. Much activity of late:

1. Permanent State of Emergency

2. New Videos

3. Shows and talks

4. OMG I’m Twittering: http://twitter.com/mandiberg

5. Histoires à l’ère numérique

1. Permanent State of Emergency

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April 7 - 28: Eyebeam’s new window gallery in a Permanent State of Emergency

 
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Carrie Dashow is a New York-based video and performance artist investigating the space between life and mediation. Her art revolves around interaction, present, psychic and recorded space. Dashow has honed her teaching skills as Artist in Residence in the New York City public schools, working with staff and students integrating video and media literacy into curriculum.

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Burns was born in 1968 and received his B.F.A. from the School of Art & Design at Alfred University in 1990 and an M.F.A. in video and performance from the San Francisco Art Institute in 1993. He creates videotapes, photographs, and installations exploring fictions that include zombie and afterlife relationships, experimental space programs, fictional medical practices, physical and psychic slapstick.

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MTAA is a Brooklyn-based conceptual and net art collaboration between the artists Mark River (m.river) and Tim Whidden (t.whid). Since 1997, their playful explorations of networked communication and the economics of art have been exhibited internationally. MTAA's online artwork can be viewed at MT Enterprises WorldWide.


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April 7 - 28: Eyebeam’s new window gallery in a Permanent State of Emergency

Date: April 7 - 28; Opening Reception: April 17, 6 - 8PM
Location: Eyebeam: 540 W. 21st, NYC
Cost: Free
http://eyebeam.org/events/permanent-state-of-emergency

 
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