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  1. How a Bicycle is Made (1945)


    from British Council Film Liked 408K 3,143 41

    The design and manufacture of Raleigh bicycles. Find out more information about this title at britishcouncil.org/film.

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    • wordcollider


      from Moritz Heller Liked 14.2K 197 12

      Inspired by visualizations of particle collisions at LHC CERN, wordcollider accelerate two phrases against each other on a collision course. The collision split the words up in their letters, their…

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      • Sony a7S vs Gh4 Review


        from Dave Dugdale Liked 6,622 100 19

        New 5 hour Getting Started with the GH4 course: http://www.learningdslrvideo.com/store/gh4_sales.php http://www.learningdslrvideo.com/sony-a7s-review/ 2:49 Detail 5:02 Brittle Hair 6:35 Rolling…

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        • RACE2014 Keynote 3: “Red Skin, White Masks.” Unsettling Conversations, Unmaking Racisms & Colonialism


          from Faculty of Arts Liked 1,783 5 0

          R.A.C.E. Network presents: RACE2014 Keynote 3: Dr. Glen Sean Coulthard. “Red Skin, White Masks.” Unsettling Conversations, Unmaking Racisms and Colonialisms, #RACE2014yeg (Oct 2014) …

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          • [borders: chichen itza]


            from mary flanagan Liked 1,657 8 0

            part of the [borders] series documenting walks of famous places in virtual worlds This video is an excerpt from my walk around the virtual construction of Chichen Itza, a Mayan archaeological site…

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            • Johanna Drucker: "Alterations and Transformations in Book Space"


              from Jaffe Center Liked 322 5 0

              Recorded at the Jaffe Center for Book Arts at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, Florida on January 15, 2010. The altered books of John Eric Broaddus are fantastic for their lyrical beauty…

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              • Sanyo projector #2


                from atoyfactory Liked 169 1 0

                Sanyo projector

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                • Jason Lewis


                  from David (Jhave) Johnston Liked

                  Jason Lewis is currently engaged with mobile apps and POEMMS created specfically for tactile ios devices. But he began programming experimental text interfaces and custom software for digital-language…

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                  • Traditions of Tech: Telling Mo‘olelo Through Video Games


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                    Hawaiians have long embraced new technologies to tell our moʻolelo. When we began our move towards widespread alphabetic literacy in the 1820s, the wooden Ramage press that had come over with the…

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