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the time was digitally displayed
- In honor of the long-awaited The Beatles: Rock Band release and the band's digitally remastered studio albums, PTI explores some of the lesser-known facts about the Fab Four.
- He has teamed up with the Internet Archive, a San Francisco nonprofit that uses computers to digitally scan books and put the text online, where it can be accessed for free.
- Instead of arranging photos in a traditional album, the site finds relationships among pictures and digitally composites them to create an immersive 3-D photo environment called a .
- John F Kennedy in Malaysia Star
IFPI chairman and chief executive officer (CEO) John Kennedy said: "The record industry today has evolved into a digital thinking, digitally literate business. Revenues in 2006 doubled to about US$2bil (RM7.4bil) and by 2010 we expect at least one...
- Wes Anderson in Forbes
I've had the experience of deciding not to shoot a thing in slow motion because I was like, `You know, I've done too much of this,'Anderson explained. "And then I had to go back and make it slow motion in (post-production) digitally. I...