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Pop Rides the News Cycle – Andy Warhol as Precursor to Twitter & Facebook

Posted by the editors on Saturday, 22 October 2011

Holland Cotter has written a superb and insightful article entitled “Pop Rides the News Cycle” in the Art & Design section of The New York Times, looking at the work, and person, of Andy Warhol, his gimlet-eyed perceptions of the integration of news, commerce and art, and two exhibitions currently on view in the U.S. capitol, “Warhol: Headlines” at the National Gallery of Art and (through 2 January 2012) “Andy Warhol: Shadows,” (through 15 January 2012) at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden.  Astounding.  Sharp, concise, deep, and clear.  A must-read, whether you can get to D.C. to view the shows, or not.

Excellent, but brief, slideshow, here.

Ndlr: scopophiliac, according to Wikipedia.

top image: Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc./Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/The New York Times

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Tweets, Likes, Art & Museums – Museums, Social Media & Technology

Posted by the editors on Friday, 18 March 2011

Twitter.com

image: twitter.com

Carol Vogel has written an interesting article entitled “The Spirit of Sharing” as part of the the Museums Special Section of the Art & Design section of The New York Times looking at the use of the Internet in general, and social media, in particular, by a number of renowned museums in the U.S. and abroad.

And here is a link to a very dynamic site, artbabble.org, where, at last count, 17 museums offer up an interesting diversity of video…

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Twitter Offers New Advertising Program

Posted by the editors on Tuesday, 13 April 2010

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Dick Costolo of Twitter said users would not see ads they did not find useful

Claire Cain Miller has written an interesting and important article, at least for all Twitter users and virtually any company in the world, entitled “Twitter Unveils Plans to Draw Money From Ads” in the Internet section of The New York Times (online) which looks at Twitter’s new advertising program entitled “Promoted Tweets” whereby ads will appear in a Twitter user’s Tweet stream.  How well do you think this is going to go over?
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Twitter to Produce Its Own Apps

Posted by the editors on Saturday, 10 April 2010

Claire Cain Miller has written a short article entitled “Twitter Acquires Atebits, Maker of Tweetie” in the Bits blog of the Technology section of The New York Times (online) which looks at Twitter’s move into producing its own apps, Twitter clients and other Twitter tools.  Twitter’s move will certainly have serious implications for independent apps developers as well as implications for the Twitter user community.  Of course, Twitter is not alone in its vertical integration quest, nor in its desire to increase its own control of its presence in the consumer marketplace.
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