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Adaptation Study -- Frankenstein Video Games

During the late 1980’s and the 1990’s Frankenstein-based video games were everywhere.  Well not really, but there were six that made it to market. I am focusing on the two video games that are based on either the novel or another adaptation of it. 289 more words

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Splinters Exhibition slideshow

The Canberra Museum and Gallery has posted a short slideshow of last year’s exhibition here.

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Happy 80th, Larry Sitsky!

Judith Crispin just posted on Facebook a reminder that this week was the 80th birthday of Professor Emeritus Larry Sitsky, who wrote the score for… 1,087 more words

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A potted history of Splinters Theatre of Spectacle

Speech delivered by Patrick Troy, co-founder and co-director of Splinters Theatre of Spectacle, at the opening of the exhibition Massive Love of Risk: the Arts of Splinters Theatre of Spectacle (1985-98) 1,080 more words

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Splinters takes over the ANU Supercomputer!

Still pinching myself after a visit to the ANU Supercomputer facility where they have kindly agreed to upload the Splinters video preservation files – which are very very large, some over 60Gb – from the data tape on which they are stored. 55 more words

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Linking science and humanities

Here is a fascinating page called Living Books About Life with many books of open scholarship seeking to link science and the humanities. The article within are intended to be evolving, although a “frozen” pdf of each is available. 16 more words

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Flickr does video?!

Thomas Christensen from the amazing Danish Film Institute revealed at the History, Cinema Digital Archives conference that DFI are using Flickr for testing upload of public domain work instead of YouTube: better control of rights it seems.  10 more words

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