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WALL STREET JOURNAL: In September 2008, when Nielsen Mobile announced that teenagers with cellphones each sent and received, on average, 1,742 text messages a month, the number sounded high, but just a few months later Nielsen raised the tally to 2,272. A year earlier, the National School Boards Association estimated that middle- and high-school students devoted an average of nine hours to
NEW MATHILDA: As Fairfax and News Ltd announce they will soon charge for online content, Jeff Sparrow argues the case for a publicly funded newspaper.
AHRC Funds Research into the political implications of Facebook and Twitter.
THE AGE: THIS year's Melbourne International Arts Festival is going to be — to misquote one of theatre's favourite sons — "Stellaaaaar!"
Julie Henderson - South Australian School of Art (SASA) graduate - will next month present a peer-reviewed paper and a performance installation at the Creative Interdisciplinarity in Art and Design Research conference in the UK.
ILLUSION SCENE 360: The first part was a process of research and development. Creating countless drawings, computer renderings, and three dimensional models to find the desired structural frame work for this new physical typographic language.
A Western Australian award acknowledging written works that display excellence in referencing and research using archives, was announced today at a special ceremony at the State Records Office.
Adrew Davidson's The Gargoyle is the product of seven years' worth of research and composition.
The 2008 Central West Creative Industries Survey was commissioned by Arts OutWest, funded by the Central West Regional Development Board and the NSW Department of State and Regional Development and conducted by the Western Research Institute.
SALON.COM: Twitter and e-mail aren't making us stupider, but they are making us more distracted. A new book explains why learning to focus is the key to living better.
Five new research priorities will strengthen the Australia Council’s role as a knowledge centre for the arts.
What with the banning of photos of kids, galleries and dealers going bust, and artists’ protests over the flawed resale royalty model, the year seems to have started with a bang.
Screen Australia called for submissions from industry practitioners on its Marketing, Support and Promotion and Research and Statistics areas.
The building may have been shut for years, but there's still something sad about losing these grimy northern dancehalls from Blackpool to Cleethorpes.
Cameron Mackintosh has defended the rise of musical theatre talent programmes such as the BBC’s I’d Do Anything, claiming they are the reason “theatre is working”.
A unique event is underway at Hawkesbury Regional Gallery, where knitters are invited to join artist Lada Dedić for an informal, fun day of knitting and sharing, inspired by the current exhibitions, The Alice Springs Beanie Festival and knit one, purl one, knit one.
The tech boffins at your ABC are working hard to ensure they stay on the cutting edge of new media this year. Dan Fill and his team are hidden away in a secret research bunker, in an office building around the corner from Aunty's Melbourne headquarters at Ripponlea.
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