Call for Entries 4th International Browserday March 29, 2001 Great Hall, Cooper Union, New York City International Browserday is a chance to redraw the future of communications and knowledge. This year's jury is looking for breakthrough concepts, new ways of seeing, and using the Internet in the undefined context of 21st century design and communications. It is also seeking students of the creative arts (designers, programmers, architects, composers, actors, filmmakers) to challenge existing standards and assumptions. The competition is open to anyone between the ages of 17-25, or any student enrolled full-time in an undergraduate or graduate program at…
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