Re•mix n. (rē-mĭks\Re•mix n. (rē-mĭks') a new version of a song, book, picture, video (you name it) made by adding to, or otherwise changing the original version
Free to mix: An educator’s guide to reusing digital content has been developed by Digital New Zealand with the support of Services to Schools, National Library of New Zealand
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Remix Culture: Mixing Up Authorship Nicholas DiakopoulosRemix Culture: Mixing Up Authorship Nicholas Diakopoulos
This paper will explore the evolution of the author in light of the remix trend. A range of diverse remix artifacts will be examined through the lens of hypertext theory in order to shed light on changing notions of the author, authority
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Doc##+-#d-#FB7#####page setup: Page Length: 55 lines Characters on a Line: 72 or 73 The Jaguar Journal August 1995 1st Half PublisherDoc##+-#d-#FB7#####page setup: Page Length: 55 lines Characters on a Line: 72 or 73 The Jaguar Journal August 1995 1st Half Publisher
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The Color of My WordsThe Color of My Words
Ana Rosa must write it all down. As she struggles to find her own voice and a way to make it heard, Ana Rosa realizes the power of her words to transform the world around her and to transcend the most unthinkable of tragedies
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Planning document: project specification template document logPlanning document: project specification template document log
For Heads of States to attend the Copenhagen Summit in December 2009 and agree to a Deal that has ambitious targets and funding for adaptation and mitigation
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