AlienIt’s been a mixed season for copyright champions and opponents. On the side of copyright maximalism are the Supreme Court’s upholding 6-figure filesharing fines and the revelation that astronomer Carl Sagan had to get copyrights before beaming songs into space.

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I think this is a fantastic idea, really useful and would be utilized effectively by so many people.

 

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Ward Shelley is an artist who creates architectural constraints (“Stability”, “Flatland”) that confine performers to negotiate together a shared space. It’s a great example of how you can investigate new forms of social interaction with pulleys and rebar instead of computers and Web sites.

They’re reminiscent of MTAA’s 1-Year Performance Project (hosted by U- Me)–or better yet, life in a submarine.

http://www.wardshelley.com/

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This article from the New York Times discusses forensic photogrammetry, a way of analysing crime scenes with techniques familiar from 3D modelling. So if that job as a game animator falls through, there’s always CSI…

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