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Blur

Author : Bill Kovach
ISBN : 1608193020
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Like the authors' classic book The Elements of Journalism, Blur is a unique and readable discourse on how information culture is changing. Yes, old authorities are being dismantled and new ones created, and the way we obtain knowledge has changed. But seeking true and reliable information remains the most important purpose of journalism-and the object for those who consume it. In an age when the line between citizen and journalist is becoming increasingly fuzzy, Blur is an indispensable and serious-minded guide to navigating this new twenty-first-century media terrain.

Blur

Author : Jeffrey Keuss
ISBN : 9780310514855
Genre : Religion
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BETTER INFORMED, BETTER EQUIPPED TO MINISTER to today’s blurred youth culture Mobile. Connected. Wired in. This is a generation that skips over perceived cultural boundaries and resists definition. They are a mash-up of identity, a blur of old categories and classes. Creators and consumers of a rapidly changing culture. But how does one reach a demographic that is so difficult to pin down? Many of the most popular approaches to youth ministry today begin by portraying youth as collections of fixed snapshots, “profiles” based on sociological research studies. Yet according to Dr. Jeff Keuss, today’s teens cannot be adequately characterized by these simplistic and static descriptions. Keuss argues that what is needed, instead, is a qualitative approach to describing young people, one that recognizes the “blurred” nature of today’s mobile youth culture. Jeff Keuss presents an optimistic new way of thinking about youth, one that sees them more holistically and less clinically. As we learn to see youth culture through this new lens, we will become better informed and better equipped to minister to the teens of today’s rapidly changing world.

Blur

Author : Stan Davis
ISBN : 1900961717
Genre : Information economy
File Size : 77. 7 MB
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Get ready for a whole new world - a world of Blur in which traditional boundaries between product and service, capital and people, buyer and seller, and real and virtual no longer exist. Stan Davis and Christopher Meyer have a front row seat to these changes and in one of the most influential business books of recent times, they not only define the phenomenon but show businesses large and small how to thrive.

Blur

Author : Steven James
ISBN : 1477847278
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
File Size : 54. 23 MB
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Sixteen-year-old Daniel Byers begins investigating the death of a teenage girl when a vision of her appears to him at her funeral, and as he struggles to find the truth, he slips further and further into his own private blurred reality.

Bit Of A Blur

Author : Alex James
ISBN : 9780748123292
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 26. 84 MB
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I was the Fool-king of Soho and the number-one slag in the Groucho Club, the second drunkest member of the world's drunkest band. This was no disaster, though. It was a dream coming true.' For Alex James, music had always been a door to a more eventful life. But as bass player of Blur - one of the most successful British bands of all time - his journey was more exciting and extreme than he could ever have predicted. In Bit of a Blur he chronicles his journey from a slug-infested flat in Camberwell to a world of screaming fans and private jets - and his eventual search to find meaning and happiness (and, perhaps most importantly, the perfect cheese), in an increasingly surreal world.

Blur

Author : Richard Hahn
ISBN : 9781618132420
Genre : Fiction
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Richard Marks is at the top of the world. He has just been named “Stockbroker of the Year,” and things are heating up with his sexy, smart coworker, Rachel. Because of Richard’s uncanny ability to tap into digital information streams, William Wilson Friedman III has been able to rebuild Equity Associates into a financial powerhouse on the Street, rising from the ashes of the Twin Towers, lost along with his father and grandfather on 9/11. Plagued by Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus from childhood, Richard feels that by risking a radical new treatment, he has finally beaten the disease that killed his mother and father. But Soviet born Doctor Sergei Gromyko’s treatment, neural ring nanomachines, have powerful and treacherous effects that he has been unable to control. His controversial mistakes have cost lives and the most recent victims are poverty stricken and orphaned children. But now, the biologic chimeras he has developed are gradually robbing Richard of his cognitive abilities, he is increasingly prone to explosive rage, night terrors, and problems with concentration and focus. The stakes are high. Doctor Gromyko has joined with legendary John Forsythe of Forsythe Industries, to make an IPO of his Transplant Technologies Inc. that will make them billionaires. Rachel is helpless in the face of Richard’s downward spiral. He is unreachable. It’s as if he has entered another reality. She wants answers. She begins her quest at the IPO kickoff party among the glitz and glamour of Forsythe’s mansion and has a serendipitous meeting at the party with detective Harry Londino, who has tied Forsythe Industries to the disappearance of five children. When Richard disappears, the two team up to track him to Gromyko’s facility in the Northwest Territories where the mystery begins to unravel. What is a day when your mind is consumed by an avalanche of information? What is an hour when you are afraid for someone you love? What if a minute could save the next child?

Motion Blur

Author : Shane R. J. Walter
ISBN : 9781856694650
Genre : Computers
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Motion Blur examines the new generation of moving-image makers, profiling the work of 28 cross-media artists from around the world who are pushing the boundaries of motion graphics, broadcast design, digital film effects and animation. With a focus on graphic design and digitally manipulated film, the book uses screen grabs, interviews, storyboards and sketches. A DVD is included.

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