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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.


Author : Stanley M. Davis
ISBN : 1841120820
Genre : Information economy
File Size : 61. 47 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.

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.

Blurring The Color Line

Author : Richard Alba
ISBN : 9780674053489
Genre : Social Science
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Richard Alba argues that the social cleavages that separate Americans into distinct, unequal ethno-racial groups could narrow dramatically in the coming decades. In Blurring the Color Line, Alba explores a future in which socially mobile minorities could blur stark boundaries and gain much more control over the social expression of racial differences.

The Life Of Blur

Author : Martin Power
ISBN : 9780857128621
Genre : Music
File Size : 81. 28 MB
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Blur defined the term 'Britpop', providing a soundtrack for the Nineties Cool Britannia movement. Racking up hit upon hit, the Essex quartet - led by Damon Albarn - became a permanent fixture on the charts, ultimately leading to an ugly, with their Northern counterparts Oasis in the race to become the UK's premier band. Yet, when the flames of Britpop ultimately cooled, Blur proved capable of surprising reinvention, embracing new sounds and textures to keep themselves one step ahead of a pop scene they helped invent. More than twenty years later, they continue to do so. Explores the history and debunks the myths around the band formerly known as Seymour: from their art school origins at London's Goldsmith College to the multi-million selling success of Modern Life Is Rubbish, Parklife and The Great Escape. The darker hues of Blur, 13 and 2003's Think Tank - an album that led to the ill-tempered exit of Blur's guitarist Graham Coxon - only to see his return five years later for a reunion tour marked by a triumphant headline appearance at 2009's Glastonbury festival. Delves into every detail of Blur's pock-marked history, also shedding new light on the group's various solo activities, including Damon Albarn's experiments with Gorillaz and Graham Coxon's one man assault on the indie charts. Featuring new interviews with Blur's collaborators, Britpop rivals and friends, as well as rare photographs and a full up-to-date discography, this is the definitive biography of one of the UK's most beloved bands.

A Fuzzy Fast Blur

Author : Laura Purdie Salas
ISBN : 9781429617048
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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"A collection of original, pet-themed poetry for children accompanied by striking photos. The book demonstrates a variety of common poetic forms and defines poetic devices"--Provided by publisher.

The After Effects Illusionist

Author : Chad Perkins
ISBN : 9781136058141
Genre : Performing Arts
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Covers CS4 This cookbook contains recipe after recipe that allow you to harness the full power of the native plug-in effects in the After Effects application. In a step-by-step manner, author Chad Perkins guides you through the creation and application of each and every native plug-in effect available for use in the AE toolset. The book also shows you how each can be used optimally in your media project, when and why it makes sense to use each, and also how to combine multiple effects. From 3D Channel Effects to Audio Effects to Expression Controls Effects and all in between, this book puts the full power of the AE plug-in effects in your hands. It shows you how to create, among others: - the shatter effect - the matte choker effect - the fractal noise effect - the radial shadow effect - the timecode effect - the venetian blinds effect A DVD that contains tutorial project files is included with the book, allowing you to work hand-in-hand with the lessons in the book.

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