Technology Legend: Honoring Douglas Engelbart
As a young Doug Engelbart could only imagine sixty years ago, much of the world's population does the bulk of its reading, writing, and research tasks online. We sit at interactive screens, just as he foresaw, and click on the hypertext links he developed, with the mouse he invented. We chat and send emails, as his Augmentation Research Center staff did in the 1960s. We meet in videoconferences, the technology they showed the world at a famous 1968 public demo. We do all of this over computer ne
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Artist Talk: We Are Animals of Language
Artist Lesley Dill discusses the role of language in her work, which ranges from sculpture and photography to opera and large-scale community projects. She will screen a clip from 2008 opera Divide Light, present a multi-tiered project, Tongues on Fire: Visions & Ecstasy, in collaboration with the Emmanuel Baptist Church Spiritual Choir in Winston-Salem, NC, and will also show images from her fall 2010 installation Hell Hell Hell Heaven Heaven Heaven: Sister Gertrude Morgan and Revelation (New O
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1.3.1 Reading guide

There is a lot to think about in this course, particularly if you work carefully through all the examples and activities, which are mainly in section 2. I suggest you take the course in five stages:

  1. Up to the end of section 2.1

  2. Section 2.2

  3. Section 2.3

  4. Sections 2.4 and 2.5

  5. Section 2.6

  6. Sections 3 and 4.

Alternatively, simply stop reading closely when you feel you h
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School of Fashion PhD candidate Jane Morley
Jane Morley's work will feature in the Slow Fashion Studio at RMIT Gallery as part of the exhibition Fast Fashion: the dark side of fashion.
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