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Chris Greenhalgh, Adrian Hazzard, Sean McGrath, Steve Benford
2016 Proceedings of the 2016 ACM on Multimedia Conference - MM '16  
Listening to music on the move is an everyday activity for many people.  ...  This paper proposes geotracks and geolists, music tracks and playlists of existing music that are aligned and adapted to specific journeys.  ...  Thus, we are not concerned with the creation of original music, but rather the adaptation of existing commercial music, situated within everyday listening such as urban pedestrian commuter journeys.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2964284.2967181 dblp:conf/mm/GreenhalghHMB16 fatcat:lk57lf5dz5ac5lnwmdj525fmde

Digitalization in the mountains : digital transformations and digital multilocality in Swiss mountain areas

Reto Bürgin
For some it is a curse, for others it is a blessing. However, it can be derived that digitalization contributes to economic and social change in mountain areas.  ...  Digitalization also provides new opportunities for flexible and multilocal working.  ...  The periphery serves them as a place for leisure and gives them distance from everyday life in the urban core.  ... 
doi:10.48549/3645 fatcat:dyhunzwqefchbicgjzkhqvpiou

Navigating Digitally-Mediated Theatre with Intermediaturgy

John Battye
Traditional dramaturgical practice does not adequately account for how emergent digital media can interact with elements of performance in intermedial theatre, leading to an art form that is critically  ...  As intermediaturgy is concerned with human perception and navigation of mediated environments, this will allow for an analytical framework that will be resistant to obsolescence as digital media technology  ...  Using music as the media in question, Auslander takes the position that MTV not only popularized the music video (ushering music into an age of simulation), but also creates an antidote for those who do  ... 
doi:10.7939/r3-jns4-pq95 fatcat:goo57yiqd5ddvkrg4c4qdu2dia

Blockchain and journalism: the intersection between blockchain-based technology and freedom of the press [article]

Meredith Veit, University, My, Jónatas Machado
Furthermore, this paper proposes blockchain-based smart contracts as an innovative tool for combating the high impunity rates for those who commit crimes against journalists—particularly assassinations  ...  examines the convergence of blockchain and journalism; combining theoretical proposals from academia with the pragmatic technological developments underway and ultimately expanding upon the suggestions for  ...  Those that cannot afford such expensive equipment rely on traditional smartphones, email, or social media for their everyday workload. 74 "The needs for security tools that journalists around the world  ... 
doi:10.25330/global-campus/53 fatcat:qg4ztka2ofe43bwj3ht6prqxhu