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Henry Lowood was interviewed recently about the Apple collection at Stanford University by Julissa Ortiz for CBS's Good Day Sacramento TV program. The original contract signed on April 1 between Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne as well as the first Apple logo are highlighted.
A second segment:
The Associated Press (AP) carried a story and produced a short video about the Apple Archives at Stanford. Since it was AP, the story was carried by hundreds of websites and print outlets, such as local newspapers.
Come celebrate the best of world machinima online! The 4th Annual Machinima Expo has been screenings of over 50 films this week (still time to catch some of them), and will present two days of panel discussions, interviews and opportunities to meet and learn from filmmakers all over the world this weekend. Henry Lowood will be presenting the keynote on Saturday as well as participating in one of the panels on Sunday. See the schedule for more details. The conference will be held in Second Life as well as LiveStreamed. Read the BoingBoing article or go to the Machinima Expo site to learn more.
For a limited time, the special issue of the Journal of Visual Culture devoted to machinima is available for free from Sage Publications. Now through the 15th of June you can access the essays here for free. Once the promotion is over, the issue will still be available via subscription.