Tag Archives: interesting2007

hypertime and the physics of comics

If you weren’t at interesting2007, one of the most (surprisingly for me, given the topic) interesting talks was Jack Schulze’s entertaining presentation on hypertime and the general physics of comics.  You can check out the slides and transcript here. Hypertime is explained as “a manifestation in the story of the comic which allows the writers […]
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other things I learnt at interesting2007

how to make a post-modern eggs, bacon, chips & beans how to get a comedy-entertainment TV show commissioned how to change the world for a fiver why we like printing that Cezanne didn’t like touching people or being touched video games are Art comic books are very big on intertextuality shorter is harder the mundane […]
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Been there, done that, got the t-shirt

I’m guessing that it was a bloke at The Design Conspiracy who printed my t-shirt as the logo was positioned so that it sat neatly under my boobs, rendering it invisible unless you were less than three feet tall.  Never mind, it was a nice idea… So, the day itself.  Conway Hall was a perfect […]
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Sooooo excited

  Interesting2007  (or as my MD refers to it, Planner’s Paradise) is tomorrow!  Can’t wait, I’ve signed up to twitter so that I can receive on-the-day updates and am ready to blog, flickr and twitter my experience. Also looking forward to receiving my one-off event t-shirt from The Design Conspiracy and meeting up with Andrew, James, […]
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Interesting2007

Russell Davies has come up trumps again with a fab idea for a kind of user generated festival conference thingy for Planning types in London on 16th June 2007. The plan is to have all sorts of speakers speak about all sorts of stuff. Not brands, advertising, blogging and twitter but interesting, unexpected, original things. I’m […]
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