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Blog posting written by Sharon Lin Tay, Map Open Space curator and film/video/new media theorist at Middlesex University, England

A weekend in sunny Rome saw me playing the tourist at the Colloseum. Looking down at the arena from my vantage point several floors up in the seating area,...

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Dale Hudson is an assistant professor at Texas State University–San Marcos and co-curator with Sharon Lin Tay of Map Open Space exhibit at FLEFF 2010.

Try to remember a time when it wasn’t possible to book your own flights or make your own hotel reservation online, when it wasn’t possible to pay your credit-card bills and your manage bank account with a few key...

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Blog written by Sharon Lin Tay, film/video/digital theorist and curator, Middlesex University

The Borders bookshop near where I live has a little section dedicated to local history. Trying to while away 15 minutes while waiting for someone to show up this weekend, I browsed through Gavin Smith's Islington in Old Photographs.

It is interesting to...

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Blog written by Dale Hudson is an assistant professor at Texas State University–San Marcos. His work on global cinemas and new media appears in Afterimage, Cinema Journal, Journal of Film and Video, Screen, and Studies in Documentary Film. He has been a co-curator of new media art for FLEFF since 2006.

 

The more waiting lounges that broadcast...

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From Sharon Lin Tay, online digital arts curator for FLEFF 2010 and professor at Middlesex University, London, England

As I began writing this blog, I am hoping that I won't die from the three large painful blotches on my legs that show no sign of subsiding--despite overdosing on antihistamine.

I got them from some nasty bug...

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