Archive for the ‘Comics Tech’ Category
The phenomenal sales of Apple’s iPad have not been generated by the usual early adaptors; the geeks. Instead the device has been embraced by a well healed class of consumers that marketing experts call the “Selfish Elite”. iPad Daily is reporting: Selfish Elite may have been an inflammatory choice of words, but this group of [...]
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A suspended-and-possibly-soon-to-be-fired Best Buy employee may lose his job over a funny and foul-mouthed cartoon posted on YouTube which mocks the new iPhone and the cult of Apple.
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With Apple reporting over three million iPads sold in three months, and DC and Marvel offering major app comics initiatives, it appears as if the digital age of comics has arrived. But futurists are predicting a quickly evolving technological environment that will lower the costs of e-readers dramatically and even morph the devices into the [...]
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A new, animated and interactive take on some timeless children’s classics looks to be the most elaborate use of the iPad’s controls to date. Gizmodo and Huffington Post are raving about the trailer which is either the future of literature or simply the latest, high-tech pop-up book.
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Paul Chadwick tells us: “After years of being only a placeholder, www.paulchadwick.net is finally up today. With the usual writings, galleries, etc., it has the full contents of Eisner-and-Reuben winner Concrete: The Human Dilemma up in a nifty scrollable, horizontal format.” Web site: www.paulchadwick.net
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“Invisibility cloaks,” robot servants and a single-seat helicopter are just a few of the high-tech innovations on display in Japan’s “DORAEMON’s Scientific Future” exhibition. The manga DORAEMON, about an earless, robotic, time-traveling cat is the inspiration for the exhibition and a good way for the organizers to attract the next generation of young, future inventors [...]
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