Major Media Content Experiment Ends
We will no longer be adding major media content, such as news from the Associated Press, alongside our Thinker content. This will result in the elimination of the "News" content type.
Going forward, we will focus exclusively on Thinker Blogs, Articles, Topics, and Ebooks. Visit our CEO's blog for the thinking behind this change. We want to thank the people of the Associated Press who were very supportive of our ideas and a pleasure to work with.
About the Curator
During the past 20 years, I have explored most of the niches offered in the developing digital technology: multimedia developer, website dev
Back when I was doing 3-d modeling I did an advertising campaign for Acclaima Software. Acclaima made a software engine that would personalize graphics. It could draw textual information from a database or text submission field and incorporate it into a graphic in realtime. So the idea for this...
Having a web presence for an artist can take many forms, depending on what you want out of it. 1. Starting a store is easy. But... There are no shortcuts to making a web presence that gets a lot of traffic and makes a lot of money. People think that if they open a store on Etsy, or Cafepress,...
I am writing this in response to the hogwash that I just found written by Jared DeFife at Harvard Medical School ( the hogwash is here ). First a possible conflict of interest: my entire soccer career was spent playing defense. I marvel at the disconnect this author has from what is the real...
Open the cages and see what you find yourself....
How do you tell a complicated story simply? Refer to the renaissance masters! In this case, those are the masters of animation. In the 40's and 50's animation was used to popularize and explain concepts from civil defense to wall street investment. This "golden age" of animation was my inspiration.
The City of Raleigh Arts Commission sponsored a temporary public art festival Raleigh has ever seen, This was a family-focused, temporary exhibit which opened in September 2001 and closed mid-April 2002 named The Raleigh Red Wolf Ramble. My entry "The Beowulf" was displayed at the RDU airport.