Evidence Builds That Meditation Strengthens the Brain, Researchers Say

Evidence builds that meditation strengthens the brain, researchers say March 14, 2012 in Neuroscience Earlier evidence out of UCLA suggested that meditating for years thickens the brain (in a good way) and strengthens the connections between brain cells. Now a further report by UCLA researchers suggests yet another benefit. Transcendental Meditation – Try a method that is effective and natural. Learn the benefits today. – www.TM.org How to do Meditation? – Discover 3 ways how to experience deeper meditation in minutes… – www.omharmonics.com Eileen Luders, an...

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Music Peace

This is a fulldome show called MUSIC PEACE that was created by Immersive Experience Producer Brian Quandt and Visual Artist Miles Regis.  The piece premiered in the Vortex Dome at THE STATE OF THE ARTS 2011 PRODUCING CHANGE event we hosted at LA Center Studios:...

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Not Just for Kids: ‘Chopsticks’

Author Jessica Anthony and designer Rodrigo Corral use words, photographs and the Web in a compelling and inventive tale of teenage love and angst. Chopsticks: A Novel by Jessica Anthony and Rodrigo Corral January 29, 2012|By Susan Carpenter, Los Angeles Times The first indication that “Chopsticks” is significantly more than just a novel is its trailer, which encourages readers to watch, listen, feel, look, discover, view and imagine. All of those activities are not only encouraged but enabled in this ambitious and hefty tome that works as a sort of interactive scrapbook. An...

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The New Breed Of Transmedia Companies

Posted on January 26, 2012 by Jane Tappuni One of the things we do at Publishing Technology is help publishers realize the transition from print being based businesses to media businesses. Many book publishers are most of the way there, having made the leap from viewing themselves as businesses who make and sell books, to enterprises who sell and manage intellectual property (IP) or copyright. Publishers’ interest in our systems, which have been designed to be product agnostic,  has been growing exponentially as the landscape changes. But what is even more interesting, is observing how...

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Tupac @ Coachella

DIGITAL Tupac’s Return Resonates for Advertisers Digital Domain Chief Creative Officer Ed Ulbrich on Bringing the Slain Rapper Back to Life for Coachella By: Riley Wilson Published: April 17, 2012 After 16 years of resting in peace, hip-hop icon Tupac Shakur was resurrected at this year’s Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival with the help of his old friends Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg — and a bit of magic from effects powerhouse Digital Domain. The two MCs tapped the creative direction of Chief Creative Officer Ed Ulbrich, along with director Philip Atwell of Geronimo...

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