One of the major benefits of having gadgets is that it constantly connects us to the world and what’s happening in it. Though these technological devices have allowed us to interact with data from anywhere we choose, there isn’t a unique delivery system for the information they’re delivering especially when “news” is concerned. The printed versions of newspapers can offer mobility, much like a device, but access to content can be cumbersome in certain reading situations. How do we combine the affordances of print and online versions of news and translate that hybrid into a single device? A medium that conforms to human practices and the varied scenarios of accessing news.

project website:
people.artcenter.edu/~edarden/page/main.html
The New Yorker Write-up
newyorker.com/online/blogs/books/2010/04/the-page.html

Scott Liao
scottliao.com
Jae Kim
cargocollective.com/cooperjay
Manny Darden
cargocollective.com/pixelbonsai

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