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Teen Time

It’s a Thursday night at the DMA, and conversations fill the galleries. A group of friends joins a discussion led by a Visiting Artist, who is hosting a workshop later that evening. 452 more words

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Inception: hacking tool exploiting PCI-based DMA

Inception has been around since at least 2014, but I just noticed it. :-(

Inception is a physical memory manipulation and hacking tool exploiting PCI-based DMA. 232 more words

Increase in third party inserts stems media decline

Magazine and third-party distributions are taking a larger market share than last year, according to research into the inserts industry conducted by the Direct Marketing Association’s (DMA). 308 more words

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New Conservator in our House

Recently we welcomed Elena Torok to the DMA’s Conservation Team! She joins us in the new role of Assistant Conservator of Objects. With over 24,000 objects in our encyclopedic collection,  an active acquisition program, busy exhibition calendar, and  increasing analytical/research needs, this additional staff member will assist with the growing demands on conservation. 494 more words

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The post-truth world leaves consumers baffled

A climate of intense uncertainty where any authority can be challenged, any claim discounted and any truth upended typifies 2017.

Since the last Customer Engagement study in Spring 2016, the concepts of ‘post-truth’, ‘echo chambers’ and ‘filter bubbles’ have become part of mainstream language. 942 more words

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Once Upon a Time in Mexico

Tomorrow night, July 13, we are celebrating Mexico of the past and present with our Second Thursday program, Off the Wall to kick off our closing weekend of… 716 more words

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See What’s New in C3!

Stop by the Center for Creative Connections (C3) this summer to see the newly installed exhibition, Art of Communication. Bringing together works from the Museum’s decorative arts and design, American, contemporary, European, and Latin America art collections, this exhibition explores some of the ways visual art serves as a tool for communication. 604 more words

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