Posts tagged ‘technology’
As Ryan Raul Bañagale always tells his students, live theater–especially the genre of the musical–relies on a certain suspension of disbelief. He’s trying to hold the same for the forthcoming Hollywood adaptation of Les Misérables.
Rebecca Cweibel shares her experience of attending her first AMS conference, twitter, and networking.
Whilst making a recent update on the Job Wiki, Ryan found the “capcha” challenge words particularly uncanny…
DEADLINE EXTENSION & KEYNOTE ANNOUNCEMENT: Harvard Graduate Music Forum Conference Call For Papers: Un-Music
The Harvard Graduate Music Forum announces its sixth graduate student conference, “Un-Music,” taking place on March 7, 2009. We invite graduate students from all disciplines to interpret this theme broadly and creatively. Historical, ethnographical, analytical, and compositional approaches are welcome.
Drew shares what he figured out about google maps.
Outings with my brother always seem to inspire blog posts. This post brings together MIT’s Tod Machover and a crazy-amazing new iPhone app.