As more and more Americans are shopping around for healthier treat options, more and more entrepreneurs are finding it a rewarding option to open frozen yogurt shops. The frozen yogurt industry is growing exponentially and within a short span of time, it has extended its reach to almost every neighborhood and established restaurants and cafes… Continue reading Frozen Yogurt Shop — An Intelligent and Profitable Investment
If you are looking for a video production company that can help you develop brand content to engage existing and potential customers, the ideal choice will undoubtedly a reputed company that provides a full suite of services from program concept and strategy to video and interactive content production. One of the biggest advantages of such… Continue reading Why You Should Invest In Promotional Videos?
Freelance makeup artists do not work for any particular beauty salon on a permanent basis. Rather, they are self-employed. Well, there is no better feeling than being a stylist and being a part of someone’s special moments. It has become very common nowadays where individuals choose to be an independent freelance makeup artist where they… Continue reading Being a Freelance Makeup Artist
Art as Sensory Pharmakon & the Mass Media Overdose The following presentation is a thought experiment that, in all seriousness, asks you to examine the nature of media. I honestly believe that social, political, and financial challenges, as well as the far more imposing ecological crisis, can be approached and potentially mitigated by our prompt,… Continue reading Guerilla Phenomenology
This introductory guide to Object Oriented Ontology is an on-going collection of central theses and surrounding debates. If you’d like to submit a text, blog, or discussion thread that you think is particularly useful to the would-be OOO scholar you can post a link in the comments or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org Getting Started Definition… Continue reading Introduction to Object Oriented Ontology
The following is a brief, informal response to Noah Wardrip-Fruin’s The Prison-House of Data from the perspective of a PhD student in Digital Media Studies. From August 2010 to August 2011 I worked for a software company that specialized in pattern-recognition and data-mining. The company’s objective was to produce software that collected and processed data in order to… Continue reading Outside the Prison