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PBS’s new web series “Off Book” explores the LAB, with interviews from a few of us.

(Check the near the end for the secret FAT Lab formula for a successful speed project.)

#FF00FF & #FFFF00 to PBS & Kornhaber Brown for the awesome interview.

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Posted on September 14, 2011

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Posted on August 3, 2010

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James Snyder did a nice little write up and video piece about the G.R.L. for time.com. I wanted to throw him some shine because besides doing his research he managed to link to examples of our work (outside of time.com) 10 times in the course of one article! It drives me crazy when I read online news articles about things which exist on the internet but don’t get linked up because they are not on the organizations server (NYT for example is apparently unaware of how to use the href tag). The href is a wonderful thing. And since Theo continually gets left out of the story I thought I’d atone with some href love:


  • Theo Watson wrote the Laser Tag Software!!!!!!!!! Theo Watson wrote the Laser Tag Software!!!!!!!!! Theo Watson wrote the Laser Tag Software!!!!!!!!! Theo Watson wrote the Laser Tag Software!!!!!!!!! Theo Watson wrote the Laser Tag Software!!!!!!!!! Theo Watson wrote the Laser Tag Software!!!!!!!!! Theo Watson wrote the Laser Tag Software!!!!!!!!! Theo Watson wrote the Laser Tag Software!!!!!!!!! Theo Watson wrote the Laser Tag Software!!!!!!!!! Theo Watson wrote the Laser Tag Software!!!!!!!!!

  • … Oh, and Zach wrote some of it too.

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    Posted on April 14, 2008

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    I shouted out the F@Labs in a interview about net.art

    It’s kind of a provocatie title, I only mentioned that flash-movies aren’t net art, as most of them only need the medium for distribution, not for existance. They could be played on a DVD-player…

    Here’s the PDF with the whole article (4 Pages, in german)

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    Posted on February 21, 2008

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