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The Next Generation of Children's Storytelling: Interactive Enhanced eBooks

Much like the generations of adults that have come before me, I was raised on traditional print-based storybooks at bedtime. The tradition of reading children’s books has crossed the thresholds of economic, geographic, and social barriers across the world for countless years. 687 more words



Yesterday Adobe announced their latest round of updates to Creative Cloud apps. And they’ve fixed lots of the issues around their new fixed-format export feature that I wrote about… 253 more words

Children's Books And Illustration

Moonage Daydream: Science Fiction, Human/Computer Interaction, and Feedback Systems

“Science fiction is the most important literature in the history of the world, because it’s the history of ideas, the history of our civilization birthing itself.

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Christian Monggard - "paper journalist" gone to Twitter (UPDATED)

The new online platforms – like social media – can be seen as a threat to the original media powerhouses, but some are not as negative in their outlook. 462 more words


For someone so obsessed with checking social media, the challenge of not using any of it for twenty-four hours was extremely difficult; so difficult that I could not do it. 419 more words

Creating Interactivity: When an infographic talks!

Infographics are wonderful things. In this world of the visual, they provide an effective way of conveying a complex information graphically, so that the reader may quickly get an overview of a topic. 432 more words


Comment: It's okay to ask "What are games?"

Asking whether a game is actually a game has become a weapon to attack games that don’t fit a particular profile (or someone’s particular tastes) in order to discourage discussion of that particular game.   578 more words