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Canadian doc shows cultures bonding over Bread

Bread (or naan, or bannock) is one of those rare foods that’s shared by most cultures, says Mariette Sluyter. That realization came as she was working with a non-profit organization in Calgary trying to reduce social isolation among seniors. 671 more words


Life in Highrises: An Interactive Documentary Hosted By @theNFB

After seven years, the multi-award winning interactive documentary, Highrise: The Universe Within (http://highrise.nfb.ca/), has finally been completed.  This documentary explores the intersection between the physical and the virtual lives of highrise residents around the world.   225 more words

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Governor Brownback does it again!

Shame on Gov. Sam Brownback

The Kansas State Government—Gov. Sam Brownback—was given five figures to create accessibility kiosks at the capitol building in Topeka. What we got was kiosks manned by people who will walk you through how to use the computers to get information. 259 more words


Afternoon lovely readers.

There’s not much new to write about but I just feel like posting something. Its almost Eva day and I’m sooooooo Excited! I’ve been using an IOS app called T-zero to count down to 9:00 AM on May 19th, and as of right now while writing this post, I have 3 days, 19 hours, 4 minutes and 4 seconds. 265 more words

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The River is released in all its snotty glory

Yes, our latest 3D stop motion animation called “The River” is now available for your viewing pleasure (well, the 2D version is; we’ll keep you posted on the 3D). 500 more words

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Introduction to Documentary Arts - Online Course

Introdoc tries to bring together different approaches to documentary practice (film/video, photography, theatre, radio) in an eclectic online course created for emerging artists working in the audiovisual field, as well as for students and art-enthusiasts worldwide. 1,233 more words

The NFB's Seven Digital deadly Sins

How come I never knew about this? The NFB did a series called The Seven Digital Deadly Sins. I was expecting the usual fare of young people talking about their experiences online (which is totally valid, mind you). 77 more words

Digital Citizenship