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Award-Winning Cultural Websites

Posted by the editors on Friday, 7 May 2010

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image: FLW Robbie House Interior Restoration Project/Real Clear Arts/ARTSJOURNAL

In a post entitled “Which Cultural Websites Are The Best? The Webby Awards” in her blog “Real Clear Arts: Judith H. Dobrzynski on Culture” (an ARTSJOURNAL weblog) (Creative Commons License) Judith H. Dobrzynski reviews a number of Webby Award-winning cultural websites.  From the Tate’s “The Unilever Series 2009: Miroslaw Balka, How It Is” to  “Frank Lloyd Wright Robie House Interior Restoration Project” (above photo) to Mashable, and more.

More on the Webby Awards, here.
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All of Donald Judd’s Books Online

Posted by the editors on Friday, 7 May 2010

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image: Donald Judd Foundation/Modern Art Notes/ARTSJOURNAL

Donald Judd’s Personal Library

In “Modern Art Notes:  Tyler Green’s modern & contemporary art blog” (an ARTSJOURNAL weblog) (Creative Commons License) in a post entitled “All of Donald Judd’s Books”, Tyler Green reviews the website providing online access to the titles of all the books contained in the artist Donald Judd’s personal library.  From “Erotic Arts of Asia”, to Dan Flavin, to Karl Marx, and more.  Amusing, insightful.
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20 Smartphone Apps for the Home and Garden

Posted by the editors on Friday, 7 May 2010

image:  Eden Garden Designer/The New York Times

A simulated layout in Eden Garden Designer, which helps you plan your landscape.

Sonia Zjawinski has written a clear and informative article entitled “20 Smartphone Apps for the Home and Garden” in, logically enough, the Home & Garden section of The New York Times detailing 20 very useful smartphone (iPhone and Android) apps for all sorts of home and garden use.  From handyman (or woman!) help, to vegetable gardening, to wifi analyser.
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Skype Free Online Voice & Video Calling Service to Beta Video-Calling Conference Calls

Posted by the editors on Friday, 7 May 2010

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Gerald Lynchon has written a short post entitled “Skype group video-calling beta incoming” in the one and only TechDigest revealing an upcoming beta test for video-calling conference calls from the free (with, other, very interesting paying options) online voice and video calling service Skype.  Surely you are among the roughly20 million users online with Skype at any given moment; we are, and we love it!
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Lost iPhone Affair – Apple’s Heavy-Handed Reactions

Posted by the editors on Wednesday, 5 May 2010

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David Carr has written an interesting article entitled “A Lost iPhone Shows Apple’s Churlish Side” in the Media & Advertising section of The New York Times, looking at Apple’s, and Steve Jobs’, heavy-handed treatment of the “leaked iPhone” affair, their inconsistent AppStore acceptance policy, and other aspects of Apple’s public relations and other policies.  Innovative, attractive, paranoid and “churlish” (“rude, surly and ungracious” according to everyone’s favorite Wiktionary).  Apple? or Jobs, himself?  Can one separate the two?
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