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Have a wonderful Holiday Season and a best wishes for a wonderful New Year. View card. p.s. our season’s greetings card was created using Processing Language, a wonderful tool for interactive visualizations. Enjoy.
Appeared in Pittsburgh Post Gazette on October 18, 2009. Pittsburgh and me My life story, and that of my adopted hometown, reflect a new world order in which answers to problems can come from anywhere and anyone, writes ABU NOAMAN … Continue reading
Many of you have asked us to go public with the real reasons for prematurely shutting down our intriguing HeyG20 Morse Code Project. By the end of this note, you will understand why Elliance hesitated in disclosing the real story … Continue reading
Regretfully, we had to prematurely stop our HeyG20 Morse Code Art Project. Stay tuned to find out why. The answer may surprise you.
Pittsburgh, instead of being a host town to G-20, is a ghost town. No dignitaries, no protesters, no movement, no nada. I am beginning to think that people colluded with media to take two days off and create a 4-day … Continue reading
The G-20 Morse Code Project went live this evening. Took this picture from the convention center, where even the security guard was amused and mesmerized by the light show taking place across the street. He said “the pulsing lights were … Continue reading
Not unless the region can shed the top-down thinking of its industrial past. By choosing Pittsburgh to host the next G-20 summit, President Barack Obama has anointed the city with a powerful status. But as someone who has lived in … Continue reading
My colleague, Geoff Barnes, an artist and die-hard supporter of Elliance art projects, has created a video to highlight the creation and use of G-20 Morse Code Project. Enjoy it. Hey G20! from Geoff Barnes on Vimeo.
Usually, we spend our days helping clients reach their business goals online. But we also believe the Web can also be used to provoke intelligent, thoughtful dialog. Over the years, we’ve created a few grass-roots public art experiments for people … Continue reading