Steve Lambert and Andy Bichlbaum on CNN about NYT Special Edition

Originally Aired on November 10th, 2008, one day after the paper hit the streets.

More on the project:​work/​the-ny-times-special-edition/​

And a video on how the idea was generated, developed, and a bit about the purpose of the project as well as some of the ramifications.​8184647

Cast: Steve Lambert

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Ticket Machine by Kaho Abe

A ticket for a trip is an object that gives you exclusive access to an unexplored place.  It is a mere piece of paper, but it carries imagination and anticipation of the future, of what new world it can unlock. The Ticket Machine is a Rube Goldberg type collaborative installation which is triggered with a drop of a coin. The machine then unveils different worlds, created by the collaborators, and finally produces a printed ticket. This installation was created during the Eyebeam Roadshow 2010 at 01SJ in San Jose.

The first device, activating a shattered LCD panel was created by Randy Sarafan and the remaining two devices were created by myself with the help of Ez Cothran.

Cast: James Stone

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Teta Haniya's secrets - research in souk el hamidieh

Souk el Hamidieh
Damascus, Syria
December 2007

In Damascus’ Souk el Hamidieh, amidst stands selling oriental carpets, and middle eastern scents, lies one of the most shocking and best kept Syrian secrets. In the most casual of ways, little boutiques sell kinky, colorful, electronic lingerie to conservative looking women of all ages, embodying the essence of Syrian playful sexuality.

This video relates to Teta Haniya's Secrets. A project produced with Luma Eldin, with the support of Eyebeam Art and Technology center

Cast: ayah bdeir

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HOWTO Burn the Oxford English Dictionary

A documentation of the process used in making DATABASE - a laser-cut sculpture by Michael Mandiberg. The piece was made at Eyebeam and exhibited at Postmasters, both in NYC.

For more info and more work, see:

Cast: Michael Mandiberg, Patrick Davison

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Screencast introduction to Add-Art, the Firefox Extension that replaces ads with art. Now compatible with Firefox 3.

If you have any problems, check out our forums at To download, go to

Cast: Steve Lambert and Jamie Dubs

Tags: art, firefox, opensource, add-art, screencast, howto, help, firefox3, hack and advertising

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Seeders N Leechers R Us: Playlisting

Putting together the playlist with Tahj, Wandy, Glen, Andrew and Liz

Cast: christina kral

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Seeders N Leechers R Us: Bodystorming

Reenacting p2p- filesharing structure with Tahj, Glen, Andrew, Jamie, Jeff, Emma and Lindsay

Cast: christina kral

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