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19 JULY 2013

Art Review: international contemporary art magazine

"ArtReview is one of the world's leading international contemporary art magazines. Founded in 1949, it is dedicated to expanding contemporary art's audience and reach. We believe that art plays a vital role in inspiring a richer, more profound understanding of human experience, culture and society today. Aimed at both a specialist and a general audience, the magazine features a mixture of criticism, reviews, reportage and specially commissioned artworks, and offers the most established, in–depth and intimate portrait of international contemporary art in all its shapes and forms."

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1949 • art reviews • ArtReview • audience and reach • commissioned artworks • contemporary art • contemporary art magazines • culture and societyfine art • fine art publications • fine artist • fine artshuman experienceinternational • international contemporary art • magazineart criticism • publicationreportagereviewsshapes and formsvisual art • visual art publications • visual arts exhibitions

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Simon Perkins
25 FEBRUARY 2012

Bitmob: game articles that are off the grid

"We're a bit 'off the grid' here at Bitmob. Plenty of other sites do a great job of delivering the same news, previews, and reviews you've been used to for years. We're here to do something a little different... to offer an alternative. Instead of covering games the way we're supposed to, we'll cover them the way we want to. That means finding new angles on traditional stories, having conversations surrounding a game well after it's released, looking more behind the scenes, and exploring gaming culture in interesting new ways."

(Bitmob Media, Inc.)

Fig.1 BioWare Edmonton Marketing Director David Silverman opens a new copy of Mass Effect 3 for Xbox 360 to show us what's inside!

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Bitmobdesigngamegamesgaminggaming culturemagazine publishing • off the grid • reviewssubculturewebsitezine

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Simon Perkins
19 SEPTEMBER 2011

Unistats: UK university comparison site

"Unistats lets you search, review and compare official information about universities and colleges in the UK, and the subjects they offer. It includes results from the National Student Survey–where more than 220,000 students give their views about the quality of their higher education experience. ...

HEFCE (the Higher Education Funding Council for England)¹ owns the Unistats websites and has contracted UCAS to manage the delivery and maintenance of these websites on its behalf."

(Unistats, UK)

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accountability • admissions service • best practicecollegescomparison siteconservatoire • Conservatoires UK Admissions Service • DEL • Department for Employment and Learningeducationeducation sectorgood practiceGraduate Teacher Training RegistryHEFCEHEFCW • high quality • higher educationHigher Education Funding Council for EnglandHigher Education Funding Council for Walesinformationknowledge territorialisationlegitimate scholarly practices • localised learning requirements • metricsNational Student Survey • Northern Ireland and the Scottish Funding Council • NSS • postgraduate certificate • practice-basedpublic money • quality of experience • research metrics • reviews • SFC • student viewsstudentsUCASUKUK Postgraduate Application and Statistical ServiceUKPASSundergraduate • Unistats • universitiesuniversity admissionswebsite

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Simon Perkins
01 JUNE 2009

Things Magazine

"things magazine was originally founded in 1994 by a group of writers and historians based at the Victoria & Albert Museum/Royal College of Art in the belief that objects can open up new ways of understanding the world.

Now an independent magazine, things has built a reputation as a home for new writing – essays, reviews, short stories and poems – about objects and their meanings. The website contains a weblog, photography galleries, special projects, searchable archives and the occasional on–line only article."
(thingsmagazine.net)

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1994archivedatabase • essays • magazinematerial culture • new writing • objectsphotography • poems • repositoryreviewsRoyal College of Artsearchshort storiesthingsThings Magazine • thingsmagazine.net • Victoria and Albert Museum

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Simon Perkins
19 NOVEMBER 2008

Family Friendly Media: Common Sense Media

"Common Sense Media is dedicated to improving the media and entertainment lives of kids and families.

We exist because media and entertainment profoundly impact the social, emotional, and physical development of our nation's children. As a non–partisan, not–for–profit organization, we provide trustworthy information and tools, as well as an independent forum, so that families can have a choice and a voice about the media they consume.
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Our Beliefs
Media is fun and our kids love it. We also know that kids now spend so much time absorbing its messages and images that it has become "the other parent" in their lives. We started this organization because we know families need trustworthy information to help manage their kids' media lives. We're posting our beliefs here so that all our users can know the underlying principles that guide our philosophy and mission.
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Common Sense Media is a [North American] national organization led by concerned parents and individuals with experience in child advocacy, public policy, education, media and entertainment. The members of our staff, Boards of Directors, and Advisors represent leading research, academic and policy institutions as well as the business community. Our members have a broad range of views and backgrounds, but they all share a passion for media and for kids."

(Common Sense Media Inc. 2008)

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advice • child advocacy • children • Common Sense Media • entertainmentfamilykidslearningnew mediaonlineparentspolicypublic policyreviewstechnologyUSAvideoYouTube

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Simon Perkins
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