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  • ... series "Where There Once Was Water," Brittany App documents the effects of the California drought. ... Lake area of San Luis Obispo, Calif. | Photo: Brittany App . Last summer, as Southern California sunk into the third year of a devastating drought, San Luis Obispo photographer Brittany App noticed a disturbing trend. "People all over the place were freakin' ...
  • ... as transcripts from NHK Japan reports. For more LinkAsia blogs and articles, please visit the LinkAsia Storify page. ...
  • ... {"additionalClasses":""}]Jeremy Rotsztain's PhotoRibbons App . Digitally-generated images are serious factors in fine art -- this has ... only beginning to be properly explored -- the smartphone app . Not to be confused with art-making apps like Draw Something, or ...
  • Miranda July's "Somebody" app for mobile phones offers incentive for face-to-face connections in ... message is waiting. They are using Miranda July's new iOS app Somebody, co-created with support from Miu Miu. In a modern world ... provide context and impetus of that." July launched the app on August 28 at the Venice Film Festival, accompanied by a 10-minute ...
  • ... to the trends and conversations rising through Asia's blogs and social media. LinkAsia's host, award-winning journalist Thuy Vu, ...
  • ... Western world is on antidepressants. With global sales of app . 20 billion dollars, the prescription drug is one of the most lucrative ...
  • ... indigenous population is exempt from the ban. China: An App for Home-Cooked Food - Food is hugely important in China, which goes some way to explaining the current popularity of an app that allows users to order takeaway home-cooked meals. The Home-Cook ...
  • ... to the present psychosis. Because of all this, blogs are a better option for ? nding out what places to avoid, tips for ... masses whose ranks we've let swell. And then the blogs of the people who think "it's hard to stay quiet when it hits so close ...
  • "Crossfader Playlist" features a sampler of the blog posts, essays, and digital riffs of Tijuana writer Rafa Saavedra. The third installment of an excerpt from Josh Kun and Fiamma Montezemolo's upcoming anthology, Tijuana Dreaming: Art and Life at the Global Border.

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