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28 JULY 2012

Annotate That! content commentary and sharing application

"Annotate That! is a free unique annotating service. Share web pages, images or documents with others and add your comments using annotations. Simply click on the web page or medium to make your annotation."

(Dean Claydon, We Create Digital)

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add your comments • annotate • Annotate That! • annotating service • annotationannotation serviceannotationsaugmentationaugmentative communicationaugmented contentcomment systemcontent sharingcooperative design knowledgecritical commentarycritique • Dean Claydon • digital contentembellishmenterasurehypermediacyinformation sharinginterpretationjuxtapositionlayerlayeredlayering • make your annotation • metadataorganisationoverlaypalimpsestreinterpretationresearch toolsharesharing and distributing knowledge • sharing application • sharing ideasstackingtext layers • We Create Digita

CONTRIBUTOR

Simon Perkins
23 FEBRUARY 2012

The Art Writing Guild: Look Book Pt. 2

"The Art Writing Guild presents part 2 of a video series done in collaboration with artist Lorenzo Durantini and writer/book collector David Campany.

Lorenzo Durantini and Rebecca LaMarre were invited into Campany's East London home where they interviewed him about some of his favourite books. The criteria for selection were books that consider their method of distribution or production, books that had particular historical significance, or books that had an unusual form augmenting the content."

(The Art Writing Guild, 4 November 2011)

TAGS

Art Writing Guild • augmented contentbookbook designbookscopywritingcrime fiction • David Campany • distribution method • favourite books • graphic designhistorical significance • interviewed • lookbook • Lorenzo Durantini • photography books • production method • Rebecca LaMarre • UK • unusual form

CONTRIBUTOR

Simon Perkins
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