Social Media Platforms Open Doors For Artists

A recent New York Times article on an arts competition, Art Takes Times Square, raises interesting thoughts about being an artist in today’s digital world. The contest sponsored by ArtistsWanted.org, enlists creative types to upload their work (for a fee) for the opportunity to Continue reading Social Media Platforms Open Doors For Artists


Fuzzy, Wonky, Crude… But you Can’t Beat Google On Air for Authenticity

“This is one of the most wonky set-ups I’ve ever put together,” said Quinnipiac’s Interactive Media director Phillip Simon, balancing a tiny video camera on a mic stand and wrapping it in duct tape. “And I’ve been a video producer Continue reading Fuzzy, Wonky, Crude… But you Can’t Beat Google On Air for Authenticity


Capstone Project Research Help

Hi everyone, I am looking for feedback on the topic within my capstone project. I am designing a class to teach social media to peole who are either entering or are in journalism. The class in the style of our Continue reading Capstone Project Research Help


Hello… I am Steve Schmidt

Greetings, fellow members of the ICM community I hope the new year is treating you all well. One of my new year’s resolutions is to become more active on this site now that I’ve completed all of my classes. I Continue reading Hello… I am Steve Schmidt


Designing for the 10 foot UI

Google has released Google TV. According to Google: “Google TV lets you seamlessly search all of the content on your TV, the web, and apps – then access it with a single click. You can also easily switch between TV Continue reading Designing for the 10 foot UI