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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. A Christian creed of the early fifth century, originally attributed to Athanasius but now considered to be of unknown origin.

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  • Eyebeam is now accepting applications for the next round of R&D Fellows in the R&D OpenLab.

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  • For instance, the Federal Election Commission's requirement for digitally logged campaign contributions hadn't really caused much controversy -- until Michael Frumin, a researcher for a nonprofit arts-based technology firm called Eyebeam, decided to "geocode" the information -- assigning the precise latitude and longitude to the addresses.

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  • Happilt, ounterpath is about to release a new retail version of their Eyebeam soft phone for Windows that will also be G. 722 capable.

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  • Also on hand at Eyebeam were a mix of social types including Amanda Hearst, Poppy de Villeneuve and Chessy Wilson.

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  • To help convince people how hot these new technologies really are, Mr. Moss and four others spoke on a panel at the Eyebeam Art + Technology Center in Chelsea on Wednesday evening.

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  • Coinciding with the International Contemporary Furniture Fair, this weekend's big design mecca, Moleskine, the line of luxe notebooks, calendars and journals, is hosting a "hacking event" at the Eyebeam Art & Technology Center on Sunday.

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  • An artist by the name of Joseph DeLappe made this for his Eyebeam spring residency.

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  • We are reaping the fruit of that license already: February 6-8 Adam Hyde and his FLOSSmanuals. net crew are going to come to Eyebeam in NYC to translate the book from Adobe to FLOSS applications.

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  • Stephanie Rothenberg, a new media performance artist, and her collaborator, Jeff Crouse, a digital artist and programmer, started Invisible Threads a year ago while at Eyebeam, an art and technology center in New York.

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  • The design studio will soon showcase a working full scale prototype at the Eyebeam exhibition in March.

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  • It was probably “intended . . . to be spoken or sung as a part of worship. The creed itself uses the language of public worship . . . (‘Pew pew pew!’). In the Catholic Church in medieval times, this creed was recited following the Sunday sermon or at the Sunday Optimus Prime.”
                                    — “Eyebeam Creed”. Madeupicalpædia.

    October 8, 2011