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January 2011, Week 2


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Darcey West <[log in to unmask]>
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Mon, 10 Jan 2011 14:45:20 +0000
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This week’s In Media Res theme is Technological Object Orientations (January 10-14).

Here's the line-up:

Monday January 10, 2011 – Robert Alan Brookey (Northern Illinois University) presents: Sisters are doing it themselves

Tuesday January 11, 2011 – Joe Grobelny (Arapahoe Library Disctract) presents: Physical to Digital and Back: Bespoke Media

Wednesday January 12, 2011 – Grant Wythoff (Princeton University) presents: "Like holding the future in your hands": The Gadget at CES 2011

Thursday January 13, 2011 – Max Dawson (Northwestern University) presents: "Smart TV"? Don’t Be Stupid

Friday January 14, 2011 – David J. Gunkel (Northern Illinois University) presents: How ‘bout Them Apples?: A 19th Century Object Lesson for 21st Century Technology

Theme week organized by Kris Cannon (Georgia State University)

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