Category Archives: Mass Media

National Poetry Month, April 2014

Rapid technological development has led to a constant flood of visual and acoustic bits and bites – emails, text messages and Facebook updates. For most of us it has become a habit to react, one that often leaves us frazzled …

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Livings in Los Angeles. Closet Stories – The Hollywood Uniform

It’s true. Most transplants here in Los Angeles are quite obsessed with detecting and pointing out how different things are. I belong to them. One of the things that struck me immediately on my first visit to L.A. in 2006 …

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Digital Darkness and the Lack of Enlightenment

Last week I had two very interesting, almost contrary encounters with digital photography. Although, in the era of pocket brains and digital cameras, our encounters are rarely limited to three per week: Most of us are handling digital images in …

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