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SXSW 2014 Crowdsourced Panelpicker: Update with Results

         [Revised Jan. 22, 2014] Back in August 2013, SXSW started its crowdsourced panel picking process for 2014.  Each year, thousands of people pitch great ideas to be voted on in a big crowdsourced process.  According to a recent email, 700 people pitched SXSWedu (education) panels for that conference.  More than 3,000…
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#CUE10 #2: Challenging assumptions between creative works and technology

What assumptions do we make in how we can create by the rules of our technologies? At the end of March, I begin to teach my Digital Content, Commerce, and Culture course at UCLA Anderson.  This year, I’m morphing it into an examination from a media business perspective of the interplay between assumptions of creativity…
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#DARPA #redballoon More Pix: #1 in SF (fake?) and #3 in Charlottesville (funny…)

Funniest part so far: Charlottesville paper put their balloon’s picture and location in their paper online: http://www.readthehook.com/blog/index.php/2009/12/05/ten-red-balloons-and-ones-in-charlottesville/ #1 in SF? Supposedly fake, but the pictures look goodFrom Nancy Broden (http://twitter.com/nancybroden) with photos of Union Square in SF, so assume they are too?

Lots of citings on the Red #Balloon #DARPA Search

Very interesting search going on on-line and between people for these 10 DARPA red balloons. Started at 10 am EST today with various groups getting together to find them. I’m using Twitscoop (http://www.twitscoop.com) and PicFrog (http://picfog.com/search/%22red%20balloon%22) to watch the scene. Lots of publicly stated and Tweeted “finds”:– Albany, NY, NYS Museum (photo below)– Santa Barbara,…
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