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13 blogs about Arts and media.

  1. 3:AM Magazine
    Whatever it is, we're against it. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Mother’s Nature Remembered
    by Miklós Vámos; translated by Ági Bori. my lacika would like to pretend he doesn’t know me when he’s ashamed that i’m his mother, and i must admit that occasionally he’s right, at times i’m …
    By Daniel Davis Wood, 1,177 words
  2. #algopop
    Studying the appearance of algorithms in popular culture and everyday life. By Matthew Plummer-Fernández. 🇬🇧 More info

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  3. Balladeer's Blog
    Singing the praises of things that slip through the cultural cracks. 🇺🇸 More info

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    FOOL KILLER: THE BEGINNING
    Over five years ago Balladeer’s Blog began a detailed look at the neglected folklore surrounding the Fool Killer figure. It’s been a while since I left off and I’m about to dive back in. There …
    By balladeer, 1,851 words
  4. cultural snow
    Author of books about Radiohead, Leonard Cohen and The Noughties, plus odds and sods for The Guardian, Mojo, Time Out, Prospect, BBC, CNN and more. By Tim Footman. More info

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    About missing the point
    Two examples of people who appear to be in the wrong job. A pub landlord who offers discounts to customers who order by app from their tables, thus discouraging the horrific prospect of bar staff …
    By Tim F, 173 words
  5. DIGICULT | Digital Art, Design and Culture
    Since 2005, Digicult is a platform that critically examines the impact of digital technologies and science on art, design, culture and contemporary society. By Valentina Foti, et al. More info

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    International Urban Project Award / Call for projects
    The prize highlights architecture and urban design as social and cultural forces capable of upgrading public space, thereby enhancing civic life and ultimately celebrating urbanity. One First Prize and three Special Prizes will be awarded. …
    By Redazione Digicult, 63 words
  6. Flow
    Flow’s mission is to provide a space where scholars and the public can discuss media histories, media studies, and the changing landscape of contemporary media. 🇺🇸 More info

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    How to Measure Buzz? OTT Data Sets and Media Audiences in IndiaIshita Tiwary / Concordia University
    Film Companion piece on most streamed shows released in India, done in partnership with Ormax Recently, the media criticism platform Film Companion partnered with Ormax on a regular feature which listed the five most viewed …
    By Ishita Tiwary / Concordia University, 1,660 words
  7. My Life 100 Years Ago
    A journey back in time. By Mary Grace McGeehan. 🇿🇦 More info

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    The Top Posts of 1923
    Happy 2024, everyone! I don’t know if there’s some symbolism behind this year’s J.C. Leyendecker New Year’s baby that I’m missing, or if it’s just a baby knight riding a mechanical horse and using a …
    By Mary Grace McGeehan, 875 words
  8. Neural
    Critical digital culture and media arts. 🇮🇹 More info

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    Dalam Debu dan Abu (Within the Dust and Ashes), sonifying terra preta bacteria
    Indonesian artist Abshar Platisza has created a series of works revolving around Biochar, an organically produced charcoal used to bind CO2 in the soil. In his installation Dalam Debu dan Abu (Within the Dust and …
    By Neural, 142 words
  9. News From ME
    About TV, movies, theatre, comics, news, politics and other forms of fantasy. By Mark Evanier. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Record Breakers
    Cartoonist Russell Myers has been formally recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records for the "Longest running daily cartoon strip by a single author." This is for producing the Broom-Hilda newspaper strip since April …
    By evanier, 304 words
  10. Podnews podcasting news
    Daily news about the global podcasting and on-demand audio industry. By James Cridland. 🇦🇺 More info

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    New data shows Spotify’s global dominance
    This is sponsored by Supporting Cast. What do Dateline, Radiolab, Search Engine, Criminal, The Rest is History, and Planet Money have in common? They all rely on Supporting Cast to sell podcast subscriptions. Find out …
    By Podnews LLC, 1,007 words
  11. Quote Investigator® – Tracing Quotations
    Records the investigatory work of Garson O’Toole who diligently seeks the truth about quotations. Who really said what? 🇺🇸 More info

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    Quote Origin: The Way That Person Believes In Themselves Is Quite Refreshing In These Atheistic Times When Many Believe In No God At All
    Israel Zangwill? G. K. Chesterton? George Bernard Shaw? William Thomas Stead? H. G. Wells? Apocryphal? Illustration of Rays of Sunlight from Unsplash Question for Quote Investigator: Intellectuals often think very highly of themselves. One wit …
    By quoteresearch, 1,532 words
  12. Spectre Collie
    The Journal of Poorly-Explained Phenomena. By Chuck Jordan. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Tuesday Tune Two-Fer: St Vincent is Listening
    After seeing the video for “Actor Out of Work” by St Vincent, and especially after the performance on Austin City Limits, I was blown away. It felt like the first genuinely new music I’d heard …
    By Chuck, 394 words
  13. We Are the Mutants
    An online magazine focusing on Cold War-era sci-fi, fantasy, genre, pulp, cult, occult, and anti-establishment media. More info

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    Alien Renaissance: An Interview with Illustrator Bob Fowke
    By Richard McKenna / May 6, 2024 Of all the visionary artists to emerge from the illustration boom of the ’60s and ’70s, Bob Fowke must be one of the most unfairly neglected. I first …
    By Richard McKenna, 1,586 words