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Dec 04, 2013
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The Awe of Awesome
BY JILL SHARGAA
@ VOL 11
ON SEP 20, 2013
Jill Shargaa argues that the word 'awesome' is being used incorrectly. It is being used to describe things that are not awesome. The word is losing its value. Here she gives us some examples of things that are awesome and some things that are not awesome.
"Presentation of the Day" on December 16, 2013.
The Chinese Connection
BY JOANNA WONG
@ VOL 28
ON JUN 13, 2013
Joanna Wong speaks of the deep connections present between China and Vancouver; known as 'the most Asian city outside of Asia.' She expounds upon her personal family history, the history of Vancouver's Chinese population, and how the digital networks between this Canadian city and China can serve as important links to the future.
"Presentation of the Day" on January 6, 2013.
.GIFs: an Emotive Vocabulary
Sha Hwang takes us through the history of .gifs, and their use in society, as an emotive vocabulary for current events, sports, and every day life.
Sha is an information designer and technologist based mostly in Brooklyn. A failed architect and an accidental entrepreneur, Sha has designed and built work for clients such as the New York Times, MTV, Flickr, and Adobe. Previously, Sha worked at Stamen Design and later cofounded the company Movity, which was acquired by Trulia. Sha spends his nights trawling Tumblr and printing gifs as Gifpop and his days working with Nava to improve healthcare.gov and other parts of government.
An Open Source Life
BY ROMKE DE HAAN
@ VOL 7
ON DEC 04, 2015
Romke de Haan is a graduate of the program called homeboyz, a non-profit that takes kids in gangs and teaches them technology. Romke will walk you though his journey and his pursuit of happiness.
Participate in Romke's life; he'd be happy to get coffee/lunch/cocktails with you. You can add his calendar by searching Romked@gmail.com on iCal, Google Calendar,
Jouw internet gedrag genereerd data die o.a. gebruikt wordt voor het genereren van online advertenties. Maar hoe persoonlijk en invloedrijk zijn die advertenties werkelijk? Vormen we ons naar het gegeven stereotype omdat we niets anders meer zien?
Virtual Artifacts/Internet Art Culture
BY STEPHANIE WU
@ VOL 12
ON SEP 30, 2016
Stephanie Wu is a new media artist examining the role of escapism in today’s society and creates imaginary spaces using digital animations and installations. Digital arts have shifted our ideals of what art looks like and how it should be experienced. Her talk questions if the Internet can be an art medium.
A Printmaking Dreamatorium
BY MARY ALICE MILLER
@ VOL 17
ON MAR 09, 2017
Mary Allice Miller is an editor, writer, and story-telling enthusiast! As a kid, she spent most of her time at her family’s letterpress shop—an ancient dusty dreamatorium where an imagination can wild. She is currently on the editorial staff of Vanity Fair magazine and is hard at word on a short film.
Life Changing Moment
BY NANAAKUA .
@ VOL 165
ON JUL 17, 2019
When Designer Nana Akua photographed her grandmother’s colorful Japanese Temari craft balls, little did she know that she was about to attract worldwide attention for both her grandmother and herself when the images went viral on design, art, and pop culture publications across the internet. She’ll share her story and how going viral on the internet became a life-changing moment in her creative process.
SITEWIDE BLOG POSTS
PKN at Interactivity
PechaKucha Night made an appearance in Philadelphia late last month at "Interactivity," the annual conference of the Association of Children's Museums, and from this post over at the Living in Kidcity blog, it sounds like it was good fun. I would definitely support the drinking game suggested at the end of the post -- all in the name of charity! Pictured from left: Jane Werner (CEO of the Children's Museum of Pittsburgh), Jon McEuen (co-organizer of PKN Philadelphia), and Peter Exley (organizer of PKN Chicago).
An International PechaKucha Poster Exhibition
Annette Scheibel, the organizer responsible for PKN Aalborg, along with artist Helena Sokol have collected nearly 300 PechaKucha Night posters from around the world and have begun showing them at a small curated exhibition in their Danish harbor town. Annette has put together a small photo-set of the exhibition, which also allows its visitors to purchase posters whose proceeds will go to the assistance of refugees in Syria (by way of the Jesuit Refugee Service). Syrian organizer Harout Ekmanian (of PKN Aleppo)helped coordinate with Annette to make this effort possible -- a fine example of the PechaKucha family coming together on an international level.
This edition of Presentation of the Day comes to you from the annals of PechaKucha yore (well, from PKN Tokyo Vol. 53) and features interpreter-by-trade Sarah Stark speaking of her life growing up foreign in Japan. Additionally, she goes into detail on how people-watching inspired her to take up photography.
Importance of Internet services
Anton Borzov, founder of the design studio TOKYO, says that on the Internet people want to do the same things as they do in real life, so it's important to let them make the most conveniently reach out to other people. On the example of the stories from his life, Anton spoke about how companies that created the leading Internet-based technologies make people living easier in travel or allow to communicate with society in a very comfortable way.
A Declaration of Cultural Interest
Here at PechaKucha we're very proud to have received a variety of awards and special recognition in cities all over the world, and the latest such honor comes via the PechaKucha Night series in Colonia del Sacramento. The series has received from the Uruguay government -- more specifically, the Ministry of Education and Cutlure -- an official "Declaration of Cultural Interest," and that's before the first event has even been held (it's set for February 21). A big congratulations to the PKN Colonia del Sacramento team!
Designing Spaces with Interaction in Mind
How would you like to see like a sheep sees? Could you find your way through a maze using your sense of smell alone? Edwin Schlossberg speaks about designing places where people can both learn from one another and understand complex ideas using a mixture of no technology and high technology. In "Designing Spaces with Interaction in Mind" from PKN Tokyo Vol. 113, we see that Edwin has been designing facilities all over the world where people can learn and discover new things from each other’s experiences and from the tools held within.
Time and Interaction
What if the game you were playing lasted longer than you could live? In "Time and Interaction" from PKN Valletta Vol. 3, video game maker, critic, and professor Pippin Barr speaks on the interactive medium of games, and how the concept of time is exhibited within the medium. From games where you must complete a number frenetic tasks lest your character die, to those where your character is sentenced to 100 real-life years in prison (i.e. we will never live to see what happens at the end of his sentence), Pippin demonstrates the power interactivity can have over our thoughts on time.
Nothing Really Interests Me
“We are nothing until we enact our destiny by doing something.” Artist John Stephens is fascinated by nothing in particular, and in “Nothing Really Interests Me” from PKN Bedford Vol. 4 he tells us just what he means by that. For the past few years John has been exploring spaces that have no particular significance to them, and photographing his results to great effect.
Where do you play in your city? Simon Bedford discusses the excitement that can be found at Coventry’s Warwick Arts Centre. In “Playful Interventions” from PKN Coventry Vol. 19, he begins by showing off the impact that interactive light sculptures, piano stairs, augmented reality advertisements, and speed limit lotteries can have on a community.
The Invisible Internet of Everything
How many of your appliances are already controlled by the collective intelligence of the internet? Science, engineering, and collective intelligence have come together to create a powerful internet of things around us. In “The Invisible Internet of Things” from PKN Toronto Vol. 31, Madhuri Eunni, founder and CEO of SKE labs, explores the infinite possibilities of the internet of things from wearables, smart homes, to smart cities, and how it changes the way we live.