Monthly Archives: October 2013

Green Porn

From a scientist, this link to Isabella Rossellini.

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UTS and AAD animation for CCAMLR

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The animation Life! Death is to be screened this Monday at the Australian Antarctic Division (AAD) reception for the Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (CCAMLR) 8-day meeting. The animation by Lisa Roberts features images from AAD … Continue reading

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Frames from animations

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Frames from animations are combined to illuminate the Oceanic Living Data story in a new nature magazine. Meanwhile here in Sydney skies glow dark orange through bush fire smoke. I take this photo outside our house: A new article in … Continue reading

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Connectivity

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********************************************** Living Data: Connectivity Words, images and gestures are vital to communicate with accuracy and feeling. Steve Nicol says words are important because they govern our perception. So Kawaguchi says animation brings science to life. I say the primal forms … Continue reading

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Global reach

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Canadian writer Aileen Penner sees an interview with me by Simon Pockley and then emails me. She invites me answer specific questions that interest her as a science communicator. I respond and she publishes our conversation in her Blog about … Continue reading

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Krill face the acid test

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Read the article in today’s Sydney Morning Herald about Antarctic krill and Living Data. Publication: Sydney Morning Herald, brink p. 7 Article: Krill face the acid test Date October 17, 2013 – 12:05AM Author Joyce Morgan Artist Lisa Roberts is … Continue reading

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We see the world we understand

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My friend Joe Kiraly trained and worked as a psychologist. He is now reading philosophy and recognises connections between how Freud and Heidegger changed our understanding of our selves: Freud believed that most of our behaviour is unconscious and driven … Continue reading

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