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VIII.1 Jan-Feb, 2001
Page: 42
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The end of the browser


Authors:
David Garcia

The Ground Plan The Browser Day is made up of three elements, the most important being a competition of fast presentations of student demos. This is punctuated by more developed presentations from established professionals and finally a keynote lecture by a leading journalist or critic on the subject that is making the most waves in the industry that particular year. But the essential thing is that everything revolves around the competition and the work of students. And it is this that gives the event its freshness as well as making it an enjoyable spectator sport. Demo Aesthetics The…




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