In a recent article in The Atlantic, writer Alexis Madrigal and Georgia Tech Professor Ian Bogost uncovered the exact number of the uncannily accurate micro-genres used by Netflix to organize and present its collection of Hollywood films. The article delves into the implications of data collected through the use of these micro-genres (a total of […]
过分依赖传统会阻碍创新 Interview with Prof. Michael Keane Published in Chinese in issue * of Creativity, February 2014 [add link] First of all, thanks for taking time out of your busy schedule for this interview. Can I ask what motivated you to become interested in China’s creative industries? Previously I had spent 17 years of my life […]
It’s been several years since Richard Florida came up with his recipe for the creative development of cities: the three Ts of technology, talent and tolerance. Florida argues that cities with flourishing artistic and cultural environments attract mobile hi-tech workers who in turn spike the indexes of urban innovation. As a result of Florida’s influence […]
Machiko plays a mobile game with her friend Mariko in a café in the Harajuku district of Tokyo. The two girls move in and out of the mobile game space while taking and sharing camera phone photos between themselves and with geographically distant friends. Their playfulness demonstrates how the camera phone has become an integral […]
After my mother’s funeral at the Sleeping Tiger Mountain in Wuhan I kissed her grave and said goodbye before we drove home. We are not supposed to look back as the ghost will follow us and bring bad luck to both the dead in the shadowy Yin World and the living in the daylight Yang […]
If you are the one (Feicheng wurao) Episode One In China an intelligent single woman over 30 years old (or maybe 28 sometimes) is automatically tagged by society as a ‘leftover’. If this woman has the title Doctor placed before her family name she is literally speaking ‘smelly in the marriage market’ in the majority […]
This report provides an overview of the Australian telecommunications industry performance against a range of regulatory obligations including compliance with safeguards such as the Customer Service Guarantee Standard, the provision of emergency call services and compliance with codes and standards.
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Open access publishing is on the rise and the way in which research is published is rapidly evolving. Given this changing landscape, Taylor & Francis surveyed authors’ views on open access in late 2012 and into 2013, gathering opinions from 14,700 authors across the world and from all those who had contributed articles to their journals.
The survey asked questions on peer review, licensing, re-use and metrics and authors’ involvement in open access publishing thus far.
Much of what the outside world thinks it knows about Syria has come from videos, analysis, and commentary circulated through social media. In the report, leading social media researchers assess the sources of this content and its credibility.