Tuesday, July 5, 2022
non-fungible tokens (NFTs)

NFTs, just another bubble or a real new possibility to make billions?

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NFTs seem to have emerged out of nowhere for many people and are now the most talked about thing on the internet. It seems like everyone is trying to mint and sell an NFT. But what are they? How do they work, and why should you care to know?

Who Let The Doc Out?! #014: Got milk? [SHORT STORY]

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Paulo swivels to stare at the spot the giant is pointing at. There’s a massive bag of chocolate chip cookies next to him, in a spot that had been vacant just a few seconds ago.
by Alipher on 99designs

99designs shares 20 hand-designed virtual Zoom backgrounds for free

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From business meetings to yoga classes, birthday parties and virtual happy hours – in a time of social distancing, video conferencing has fast become the tool helping us stay connected, remotely.

HOFA Gallery launches a new NFT marketplace HOFA.io for cryptoart

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HOFA.io is the latest venture by the founders of HOFA whose mission is to make contemporary art more accessible to young aspiring millennial collectors.

Who Let The Doc Out?! #016: The Girl in the Yellow Jumper – Loukman...

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Film enthusiasts across the country were besides themselves with joy when, in November 2021, it was announced that The Girl in the Yellow Jumper, a thriller written and directed by the brilliant Loukman Ali, would be Uganda’s first ever Netflix film.
Lantern Meet Foundation transcends books, taking poetry to the screen

Lantern Meet Foundation transcends books, taking poetry to the screen

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Lantern Meet Foundation is clearly not afraid to take risks, and is determined to use every tool at their disposal to further poetry.

CryptoPunks to headline new $20 million NFT exhibition in London

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HOFA Gallery in London announced the upcoming launch of their latest and most high profile NFT exhibition to date, titled ‘Portrait of an Era’, estimated to be worth in excess of $20m.

Sydney’s Trackdown Studios brings international film and TV scores to life

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Trackdown, a Sydney based studio, is a recording and post-production studio specialising in musical scores for film and television, as well as a diverse roster of music genres. Entrusted with some of pop culture’s most celebrated films, revered orchestras, and operas, Trackdown Lead Score Engineer and Sound Supervisor Craig Beckett depends on Neumann studio monitor array and a collection of modern and vintage Sennheiser and Neumann mics.
‘The Epilogue’ to Traidmarc’s incredible story of conviction

‘The Epilogue’ to Traidmarc’s incredible story of conviction

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I want everyone who listens to my music to know that one bad chapter in their lives does not mean their story is over – they are not alone and there are people who understand what they are feeling.

Creativity Australia launches With One Voice community choir program

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Local groups, social and not-for-profit businesses wanting to promote social inclusion and tackle loneliness, isolation, depression and disadvantage are invited to apply.