Internet art

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Internet art

(1) An artist's renderings displayed on a website instead of in a gallery.

(2) Artwork rendered on the Internet that the user interacts with in some manner. Internet art may include sound, animations and video. See electronic art and software art.
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(44) No original: "[...] el netart plastico y musical que los jovenes hacen circular ya no solo entre los connacionales, sino entre todos los migrantes latinos o sudacas, y mediante las cuales la convergencia digital hace ya parte constitutiva del espacio cultural iberoamericano en construccion" (Martin-Barbero, 2010a, p.
Student: Missionlocal.org, Graduate School of Journalism at the University of California-Berkeley Charitable Organizations Nonprofit: nature.org, The Nature Conservancy Cultural Institutions: Guggenheim.org, Guggenheim Museum Education: Smarthistory.org Government: BayBridge360.org Health:TakeCareDownThere.org, Planned Parenthood Columbia Willamette Law: Womanslaw.org Music: NPR.org, National Public Radio Netart: Dreamgrove.org Radio: NPR.org, National Public Radio Tourism: Tourisme-montreal.org Youth: Kids.tate.org.uk
For example, We Feel Fine was nominated for 2007 Webby Awards in three categories: Best Navigation/ Structure, Best Visual Design--Aesthetic, and NetArt.
Such performative pacing has again become a significant feature in electronic literature (for instance when the time allowed for reading the text on screen is determined following certain constraints by the machine: one may remember one's bewilderment when confronted for the first time with the flickering and rapidly appearing and disappearing text fragments of a work such as Mark Amerika's Grammatron or with some 'NetArt' productions by Jodi, a collaboration between Joan Heemskerk and Dirk Paesmans)
If seagrass primary production within the beds is ~0.25 mol C [multiplied by] [m.sup.-2] [multiplied by] [d.sup.-1] (estimated from data in Kentula and McIntire 1986, for Netart's Bay, Oregon [45 [degrees] N]; and Ibarra-Obando and Huerta-Tamayo 1987, for San Quintin Bay, Baja California [30 [degrees] N]), then eelgrass primary production rate prorated over the area of the inner bay is ~8 mmol [multiplied by] [m.sup.-2] [multiplied by] [d.sup.-1] (Fig.