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Cultivating Pasadena
Rosemary Comella, Rosemary Comella & Marsha Kinder & The Labyrinth Project
Excerpt from most recent thread:
"Everyone used public transportation, from San Fernando Valley agrarian workers to Southern Pacific Railroad mogul Henry Huntington."
- Patricia Butler, USC, 12.8.2005
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Hypermedia Berlin
Todd Presner, Zoe Borovsky & Shawn Higgins & Eugene Horikawa & Brian Lin
Excerpt from most recent thread:
"Thus, new places, people, images, sounds, clips, etc. Thus, new places, people, images, sounds, clips, etc."
- ewa Mularczyk, USC, 12.8.2005
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Mobile Figures
David Lloyd, Erik Loyer
Excerpt from most recent thread:
"From there the user uses the mobility of the web and its interconnectivity to peruse the desired information/sites."
- John Todd, University of Southern California, 12.9.2005
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PlaceStorming
Jane McGonigal, Raegan Kelly & Craig Dietrich
Excerpt from most recent thread:
"As shown in some of the Sister Chorines, schoolchildren were able to take part in the game, but the question will remain to be seen as to whether or not the concepts can be effectively conveyed."
- Neel Garlapati, University of Southern California, 12.7.2005
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The Guantanamobile Project
Lisa Lynch & Elena Razlogova, Eric Rodenbeck
Excerpt from most recent thread:
"Although the technology required to produce the Guantanomobile project was undoubtedly low, the presentation of voices as a visual readout does mesmerize the viewer."
- adan avalos, USC, 12.8.2005
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Wegzeit
Dietmar Offenhuber, Dietmar Offenhuber
Excerpt from most recent thread:
"This project finds its inspiration through the assertion that distance is now quantified by the time that it takes to traverse it, yet leaves the thread of applicable information hanging by limiting the scope of its data."
- Alessandro Ago, University of Southern California, 12.8.2005
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WiFi.Bedouin
Julian Bleecker, Erik Loyer & Julian Bleecker
Excerpt from most recent thread:
"I am also inspired to read of the enthusiasm it has generated in the United States of America which I have always found to be such a lively hotbed of the good, the bad and the ugly."
- Damian Castaldi, Sydney South, 2.6.2006
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