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Blogs Day 3 of Kidscreen: It Is Time To Walk The Walk…

Keynote speaker, author and journalist Steven Berlin Johnson (Everything Good is Bad for You, Where Good Ideas Come From) spoke about the Natural History of Innovation— where good ideas come from. Johnson’s theory is that big ideas take a long time to develop and are usually built on top of ideas from a number of different sources. Innovation comes from mixing these ideas.

Blogs Art Takes Courage - Going Digital is Just One More Challenge

No matter how much you think you need a “normal life,” you really don’t have time for one - the earlier you recognize that, the better off you’ll be. You must have the courage to say “I need to do this” and then let the chips fall as they may.

Headline News Doc Clock: The Toasted Sandwich of Time Coming to WiiWare

Stickmen Studios, a pioneering company creating casual games for the leading consoles and PC, today announced the release date of its next original title, ‘Doc Clock: The Toasted Sandwich of Time’ for the WiiWare service at the cost of 1000 Wii Points.

Blogs Tim Burton, Creativity, Originality and the Mashup Culture

By Robin King | Thursday, January 13, 2011 at 8:14am

This article argues that we need to seriously examine the relationship between genuine creative activity and the mashup culture. The pressure to produce competitive show reels and creative work can easily result in derivative results that try to short circuit the effort needed to master the core skills and personal style that distinguishes the best artistic work.

Headline News CN Orders More Adventure Time, MAD, Regular Show

Cartoon Network is ordering new seasons of the much-loved and hugely successful Monday night animated comedy series Adventure Time, Regular Show and MAD; it was announced today by Cartoon Network chief content officer Rob Sorcher.

Blogs Getting Real…or Not

Except for “most” of the actors, there is very little in modern advertising that isn’t the product of long hours of software application coding followed by longer hours of someone pushing a mouse or waving a stylus at some digital display. I’m probably not going to lose too many artists when I say that even some of the people, the “folks” we see in advertising, are not…quite…real. Yes, watching an automobile commercial these days and believing what you see is sort of like being plugged into the Matrix.

Headline News Nick Draws Hoots And Howls With Halloween-Themed Premieres

Nickelodeon offers a slate of spooky, side-splitting programming this Halloween, including the premiere of the two-hour TV movie, The Boy Who Cried Werewolf, a teen comedy with a sci-fi twist starring Victoria Justice (Victorious) and Brooke Shields, on Saturday, Oct. 23, at 8:00 p.m. (ET/PT).

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