AN 08-10-94 SCR-578-A,B Radio Transmitter (maint.) (Mil TM)

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When I went into my postgraduate course in 1988 I had never used a computer. It sounds mad now but I was at the only arts school in the country where you could use an Apple Mac. People came from all over because it was a place where they could make art with computers in a formal way. We began with Hypercard and the first thing that I realised was that if you planned out and storyboarded your Hypercard stack it was like a concept diagram. That was how I had always planned out my art works, it was the way I represented my thoughts.

His argument for continuity is that the cultural language of new media is derived from ways of seeing and communicating derived from the predominance of film and cinema in the twentieth century. He then argues that the digital basis of new media, rather than the analogue medium of film, requires us to develop a new language of computer code. Manovich essentially argues that numerical representation, modularity, variability and transcoding, radically change what can be done, expressed, thought and communicated with a medium, and that we need to develop a new software theory, rather than cultural theory, to account for new media objects.

The role of creative entrepreneurs, and how they blend their work with their creative practice, is discussed by Ana Kronschnabl and David Bickerstaff. In each of these interviews the practitioners describe the experience that they have gained in order to skill themselves to do their jobs and what they value in the approach that they take. The key points of interest are in how they have used these skills and how this determines the approach they take. As such, they identify the learning curve that they have undertaken.

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