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Mortal Kombat X's error CE-34878-0 is breaking the game on PS4, here's how to fix it

If you own a digital copy of Mortal Kombat X on PS4, you may have encountered a nasty error that goes by the name of CE-34878-0. In short, it screws with online play, and for the time being you'll have to do a little Texas two-step around...Show More Summary

RME Do Compact Audio with 4X Analog, Digital, MIDI

There are plenty of fairly good audio interfaces out there. Decent-to-middling, yes. But if you’re picky about getting something really top-notch in terms of audio performance and stable low latency, that list gets a whole lot shorter. Show More Summary

The Last Reel: A 35mm Movie Theater Goes Digital

last weekHumor / odd : mental_floss

From The New York Times comes The Last Reel: An Ode to 35-Millimeter Film, a short film about the end of...film. In the U.S., about 6% of movie theater screens still project using 35mm film projectors; digital is taking over, and the...Show More Summary

E-Short Stories For 99 Cents, Just Like Singles From iTunes

“Vintage/Anchor Books is now experimenting with selling short stories à la carte, through its Vintage Shorts digital imprint. Throughout May, to mark Short Story Month, Vintage will release a digital short story each day for 99 cents, the price of many iTunes singles.” The range is wide, form Poe, Chekhov, and Cather to Alice Munro, […]

Vintage Shorts Celebration to Be Launched in May

Vintage Books, an imprint of Penguin Random House, announced plans for a Short Story Month celebration. For every day throughout May, the team will digitally release a new Vintage Short fiction piece. These eBooks will be priced at $0.99...Show More Summary

The Short, Secret Life of Academic Articles

Laura Arnold Leibman In How We Think: Digital Media and Contemporary Technogenesis, Katherine Hayles notes the "shockingly small rate at which [academic] articles are cited (and presumably read)." The news is bleak enough for the sciences,...Show More Summary

Short Stories for E-Readers, 99 Cents Each

Vintage/Anchor Books will release single stories for digital readers throughout the month of May, including classics and some original works.

'Revolution' Fans Finally Get Answers with Digital Comic Book

When Revolution wrapped its final episode in May 2014, fans were very disappointed that the show had such a short run. Additionally, the open-ended series finale left those fans without any real closure on the characters and storylines they had been captivated by. Show More Summary

How Marketers Can Thrive in an Era of Digital Darwinism

While in London promoting What’s the Future of Business (WTF): Changing the Way Businesses Create Experiences, I spent some time with the folks who produce The Digital Marketing Show. In this short video, I share the rise of Generation C and how an era of connected consumerism created the perfect storm for digital Darwinism to […]

Cat Sledding, A Bunch of Cats Pull a Man on a Wagon Down The Street

last weekHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

Aaron Benitez created a short video of him cat-sledding, or riding in a wagon pulled down the street by a bunch of digitally enhanced cats. via Tastefully Offensive

Bodega Bamz & Ohla in Store Run (Short Film)

BAMZ and Ohla go on the shadiest store run ever in this new short. The new album, Sidewalk Exec is out now, listen to a full stream here and then pick it up at your favorite digital retailer or the Duck Down store. Previously: Bodega Bamz ft. Flatbush Zombies – Bring Em Out (Video)

AusPost must embrace digital disruption

Australia Post has pursued new opportunities in the mail business, but its initiatives fall short of the sort of innovations seen in other technology-intensive retail businesses.

Wong Fu Productions Was Told They Shouldn’t Make A Movie, So They Raised $350K And Made One Anyway

With their powers combined, Wesley Chan, Ted Fu, and Philip Wang are Wong Fu Productions, an American digital filmmaking group that since 2003 has put out high-quality shorts, music videos, vlogs, and no feature films, all of which target...Show More Summary

Marriott Content Studio Announces Second Short Film ‘French Kiss’

Fresh on the heels of the Two Bellmen release, Marriott Content Studio has another short film ready to make its debut. The hotel chain’s digital studio has announced its newest project, a romantic mystery dubbed French Kiss, will premiere...Show More Summary

Watch: SNL hilariously parodies Game of Thrones with new ‘South Centros’ kingdom

Ahead of the season 5 premiere of Game of Thrones, the talented folks over at Saturday Night Live decided to envision what the show would look like if there was an 8th kingdom called “South Centros.” The digital short, on the whole,Show More Summary

Projection-Mapped Magic Carpets Continue Their Moroccan Takeover

Miguel CHEVALIER Digital Arabesques 2015 Tétouan (short version) from Claude Mossessian on Vimeo. Ornamental, digital designs blanket an ancient floor in light in Miguel Chevalier’s latest production. The artist’s third site-specific...Show More Summary

Quik Check Aims to Bring Borrowers Convenience and Security in the Digital Age

Payday loans have become a controversial means of securing short term cash throughout the United States in recent years. But not even a few bad apples can bring down those worthy of your business. Consequently, a number of secure, responsible lenders continue to thrive while less reputable financial service providers continue to disappear. It’s also […]

‘Snow Knows’, A Series of Animated ‘Game of Thrones’ Shorts That Follow the Misadventures of Jon Snow

2 weeks agoHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

Snow Knows is a funny series of animated Game of Thrones-themed shorts developed by the team of creatives at Hinge Digital that follow the misadventures of Jon Snow (Kit Harington). As Ygritte (Rose Leslie) would often say, “you know nothing Jon Snow.” submitted via Laughing Squid Tips

Newsonomics: Why The Economist decided now’s the time to speak Chinese

The Economist is launching its new Global Business Review (GBR) today, and the Chinese/English product marks a small but important new test of Paywalls 2.0 — the creation of new paid digital products short of a full digital subscription to an existing print-based product. The New York Times is reconstituting its own Paywalls 2.0 strategies,...

Helvetica's Long-Lost Rival Has Been Resurrected After 35 Years

2 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

They found them in a file cabinet. The original masters for a legendary typeface called Haas Unica, designed in the late 1970s and killed shortly thereafter by what amounts to bad luck—and the digital age. Read more...

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