1. Future Knowledge: Chris Meatto from the Vogue Archive

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    Chris Meatto, a metadata expert from the Condé Nast's Digital Archiving Team talks about his work in the private sector with The Vogue Archive, and wether or not is work can be considered Digital Humanities work. He also offers insight into what the academic world can learn from the private sector, in this final future knowledge event of 2014.

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    • Become an Interview Ninja

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      On March 23rd NY Creative Interns hosted a panel on how to Become an Interview Ninja moderated by NYCi President Emily Miethner. Left to right: Kayleigh Minicozzi (Staff Selection Manager at Teach for America), David Gaspin (Head of Talent Acquisition at Condé Nast), Claudia El Amrani (Senior Recruiter at Creative Solutions Services, LLC), Jacques Aboaf (VP, Strategic Development at Vault.com) and Bianca Livi (Account Executive at Google). Video by Marny Smith.

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      • Susan Train by Sofia Tchkonia for the project " Icons and Muses"

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        Interview with Susan Train , chief of Conde Nast bureau in Paris since 1951

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        • Ben Hammersley @ Thinking Digital 09

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          Wired Magazine launched it's UK edition in Spring 2009 so we were honoured to have the magazine's Deputy Editor onstage at Thinking Digital 2009. Previous to Wired, Ben was the author of six technical books and programmers' guides, notably with O'Reilly Media. He has been influential in the Social media and RSS communities, writing the first book on the latter subject. Other books have covered blogging and the inner workings of Gmail. Between 2004 and 2006, he designed, built, and maintained the weblogs of The Guardian, including Comment is free, and even coined the term 'podcasting' in an article for the newspaper.

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          • CALL IT FRIENDSHIP, CALL IT LOVE

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            Gray Foy and Leo Lerman met in 1948, fell in love, and spent the next 46 years together. Gray was a promising young artist; Leo, a writer who would go on to become a legendary editor and tastemaker at Condé Nast. Over the years, the pair would play host to Truman Capote, Marlene Dietrich, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, Cary Grant, Maria Callas, Susan Sontag and other famous friends. These celebrities were lured to the fabulous apartment at the Osborne by the best conversation in New York. “Lerman’s parties attracted everyone… To list more names (there are hundreds) sounds pretentious. But Lerman was not pretending; he knew absolutely everyone, and what’s more, absolutely everyone knew him.” New York Times, April 22, 2007 After working at Condé Nast for 50 years, Leo died in 1994. Gray died in 2012. Joel Kaye, who married Gray after Leo’s death, is now selling their famous apartment, auctioning off their collection, and trying to find recognition for Gray’s magnificent drawings, which lay in obscurity for the past 40 years. CALL IT FRIENDSHIP, CALL IT LOVE is their story.

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            • WYSK Profile: Keija Minor

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              In September 2012, Woman You Should Know Keija Minor made publishing history when she was named Editor-in-Chief of Brides, the legendary bridal magazine and one of 18 titles owned by Condé Nast Publications. Her well earned appointment made her the first African-American to ever lead a Condé Nast consumer title in the publishing giant’s 103 year existence.

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              • Mobile America: An Exposé on American Cell Phone Culture

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                A student documentary film project for Professor Chris Toulouse's Internet & Democracy class at Fordham College at Lincoln Center. Spring Semester 2009 We examine the impact the cell phone has had on American culture in the social and corporate/businesses realms as well as delving into the new found power of the mobile web with the introduction of the iPhone App Store and iPhone Application Development. direction, photography, editing, post production by Nikolai Chowdhury (nikolai [at] nikolaiweb [dot] com) original music score by Sanjoy Chowdhury "King of Background" in Bollywood see http://sanjoymusic.com for more information

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                • Kenwood Inn & Spa, A Wine Country Getaway

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                  Loni takes you inside the luxurious, Conde Nast award-winning Kenwood Inn and Spa located in the heart of Sonoma wine country.

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                  • GQ MAGAZINE - RICHMAN AND BENNO

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