What the heck is going on with db-sofla?
Sunday, September 24, 2006
The deal is this: I’ve been overwhelmed by projects and a 1.5 teaching load plus administrative duties at my university this semester.  Because of that, I have not had the time to make the necessary
make magazine podcast
Monday, July 24, 2006
make magazine has a pretty cool podcast (iTMS link)suitable for tinkerers of all ages—everything from robots to making a wallet out of tape.  most of the episodes are video, some are audio or “
another opportunity for you video artists
Monday, July 24, 2006
polymer is an exibition of contemporary video works in october.  the entry deadline is september 15, and there is a $15 entry fee.  check it out here.
let’s get some blabber going on
Monday, July 17, 2006
hey--i’m trying to sync some stop motion video to viewer movement for my interactive installation project...which microprocessor is best for beginners?...where can i get lime green led’s? can
refreshed links page--need more!
Monday, July 17, 2006
i have updated the links page and added some local links, but mostly in the arts field.  please send in any that i can add that are interesting in your field of interest!
more opportunities for you “new media” types
Tuesday, June 20, 2006
here are a few more opportunities with deadlines…
glossolalia call for art using or deconstructing text (july 25)
and some good links to keep up with these and
who is pam?
Friday, June 9, 2006
the better question is “what is pam?”  pam (perpetual art machine) is an online repository of image and video art.  artists can join and submit their works, which are tagged with keywords.  pam is
lots of opps
Thursday, June 8, 2006
i’ve come across several opportunity announcements lately, mostly from the rhizome list (great resource).  some of these submission deadlines are soon, but you may have something ready to go.  here
whoa—new look!
Thursday, June 8, 2006
yes, well, i don’t spend much time building websites.  i’m sure you can tell that i’m using one of those brainless programs with templates.  i just never liked the look of the old one that much.  
another great development app.
Friday, June 2, 2006
cps has changed from being a commercial to a freeware package.  if you have always wanted to mess around with max/msp, but don’t have the $ to spare, or pd has too steep a learning curve, or you