The last story in the Who's on Broad digital story series.
Story #6 for the Who's On Broad digital story series.
Felix is a spiritual healer on Broad Street in New Orleans. This is the ninth story in the Who's on Broad digital story series.
LightBridge by Susanne Seitinger, researcher in the Program in Media Arts and Sciences, and Pol Pla, graduate student in the Program in Media Arts and Sciences, and the software team: Russell Cohen, Eugene Sun, Andrew Chen, Dave Lawrence, Daniel Taub, and David Xiao. Part of MIT's FAST ...
Who Plays Picopoke? with Product Owner Kevin Driscoll video by Claxton Everett and Geoffrey Long Read More about Picopoke!
Social-networking sites are fighting over control of users' personal information.
04/11/2002 5:00 PM E51-345Peter Barnes, Founder of Working AssetsDescription: In "Who Owns the Sky?: Our Common Assets and the Future of Capitalism", entrepreneur Peter Barnes redefines the debate about climate change. By treating the sky as a commonly owned asset, he argues, we can protect ...
Clips from MIT class orientation and research on the participatory design and committee decision processes of the Union Crossing Project. Features UC staff Dan Koff, Kathryn Easterly, and Maggie Super Church
Whitehead Institute Director David Page appears on Comedy Central's The Colbert Report to engage in a little lively banter about the future of the human Y chromosome.
Biomedical editor Emily Singer had a diffusion tensor scan, a variation of MRI that allows scientists to visualize the brain's white matter, at UCLA. Neuroscientist Andrew Frew used brain imaging software from BrainLab to create these movies, highlighting different sections of white matter.
Speaker: Ted Byfield, Parsons the New School for Design, New School University. Moderator: Nick Seaver. Abstract: Information design and data visualization are often justified with appeals to heroic formulations like "massive flows of data." Yet when stripped of their ...
"Will It Ever Fly? Modeling the Takeoff of Really New Consumer Goods at Whirlpool"by Joseph A. Foster, Peter N. Golder, Gerard J. Tellis Whirlpool Corporation, a major U.S. manufacturer of consumer durables, test marketed the Personal Valet Clothes Vitalizing System in 2001, and launched it ...
Mohammed T. Al Sellemi - Director, Human Resources Department, Saudi Aramco
Piano arrangement on hand-punched paper by arranger extraordinaire Hi Babit. A dynamic, comedy piano roll rendition of Where Do You Work-a John, as sung by cartoon character Betty Boop circa 1930s. Performed and interpreted on a player piano from the 1920s.
Geobiologist, and Hayes Career Dev. Assoc. Professor in the Department of Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences, Tanja Bosak studies microbial fossils to understand the parallel evolution of life and the environment. She also undertakes laboratory experiments on modern microbes to ...
Young filmmakers from ICA's Fast Forward program speak about remixing and appropriation, as well as the ownership of ideas when creating videos.
Video artists Jonathan McIntosh and Julie Levin Russo discuss how open technologies could ease the difficult task of remixing existing television shows and movies.
Judy Layzer, MIT