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How Kids Use Technology vs. Public Schools

Posted April 26, 2010 | 12:35:21 (EST)

We all know it's a brave new world out there. At tech conferences, experts are talking about "total connectivity."

That's right, we'll be connected digitally 24-7.

Is that where we're going?

Kids seem to think so and in fact, some of them might already be living near total...

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LA Times James Rainey Calls Critics of The Entryway "Reactionary" and "Exclusive"

Posted April 17, 2010 | 05:32:17 (EST)

So my friends, they've flipped the script on us...

That was my first thought reading the LA Times' take on The Entryway

The Entryway is a multi-media project where two white-girls decide to live in a home with immigrant Latino families, to learn Spanish. (If you...

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Free Speech -- You Can't Have it Both Ways

Posted April 16, 2010 | 12:26:37 (EST)

When it comes to speech, it can't be free when you like what a group is saying and restricted when don't.

According to the AP, "community activists and civil rights groups are urging" Villaraigosa to "revoke a permit" that allows white supremacists to demonstrate at City...

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The Other MacArthur Park (VIDEO)

Posted April 13, 2010 | 14:19:11 (EST)

In response to what she sees as a general misperception of MacArthur Park, (and the recent The Entryway scuttlebutt), a longtime resident gives a short video tour of another MacArthur Park.

We visit an historic building, her favorite Salvadoran Panaderia, and the park itself which has

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Tech Sells

Posted April 12, 2010 | 16:00:12 (EST)

It looks like the U.S. IT market is going to see an 8.4 percent "rise in spending this year," according to CNET.

This is because tech sells. Watch iPad porn here. (Like most porn, the movie is way too long.)

Big Brother Apple...

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Will Perez Hilton Cover Immigration?

Posted April 12, 2010 | 13:44:51 (EST)

The Entryway is a multimedia project where a couple white chicks move in with immigrant Latino families to learn Spanish.

The project lit up the world of new media a couple of weeks ago. Most notably,The Knight Foundation, which gives very large grants to...

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Apple Blocks Radiation App

Posted April 7, 2010 | 22:16:35 (EST)

Apple blocked an iPhone app that lets users know how much radiation they're getting while chatting, emailing, texting, facebooking, sitting on the freeway checking sig alert and all the other apps that have become "essential" in today's wired world.

The reason?

Apple told the Telegraph...

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iPad Test

Posted April 5, 2010 | 17:09:16 (EST)

USC New Media Professor and author Andrew Lih shows us his new iPad in the movie below.

Andrew speculates that it could be a real coup for the magazine industry if tablet devices like the iPad do take over the personal computer.

It could change...

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Easter Party at the Cemetery, Pan-Asian Style

Posted April 5, 2010 | 15:56:10 (EST)

According to CyberFreak Queena Kim, Rose Hills Cemetery was the place to be on Easter if you're Asian in LA!

"It was wall-to-wall people burning incense, eating fruit, chopping up cooked pigs, and laying out offerings for the ancestors," Queena says. "We had bagels, lox...

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iPad Test

Posted April 4, 2010 | 17:07:55 (EST)

USC New Media Professor and author Andrew Lih shows us his new iPad in the movie below.

Andrew speculates that the magazine industry might be in for a nice surprise if the iPad changes us from being active content producers on the web -- think YouTube...

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iPad = iFail

Posted April 3, 2010 | 15:50:49 (EST)

Alright Apple fanboys, it's time to put up the iFail movie version of the iFail radio show we had on back in January.

In the words of the Wall Street Journal, "The last time there was this much excitement about a tablet, it had some commandments...

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The Entryway Gets a Smackdown and Reveals Two LAs

Posted April 2, 2010 | 11:12:06 (EST)

Your house is so dirty your mama has to wear combat boots! Ahh, brings back my high school days.

Here at the CyberFrequenices headquarters -- we were sure the smackdown was coming to a multimedia project called The Entryway, about a couple of white chicks who move...

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Yum, Golden State's Beer Float... That's Right, Beer and Ice Cream

Posted March 11, 2010 | 15:55:47 (EST)

That's Golden State on Fairfax. But bring a designated driver! Mine was CyberFreak Tanya Miller, who needed a steady, sober hand to shoot the Beer Float Video.

Ever since I read Cannery Row in high school, I've dreamt of the beer float. A character in the Steinbeck novel,...

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Tiger is Soooo Sorry

Posted February 24, 2010 | 14:07:17 (EST)

Well Tiger is in the news again and I just happen to have a video explaining to Cindy Crawford why she should have used Tiger Woods' nanny instead of the one who tried to export cash for pics of Cindy's kids tied up...

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You've Heard of Sh** My Dad Says? How About Stuff Ray Bradbury Says?

Posted February 16, 2010 | 06:10:13 (EST)

We caught up with the sci-fi writer Ray Bradbury, who has a musical up in Pasadena. Watch a video of him sounding off on Bo Derek, computers and Fahrenheit.

(You can hear that interview on the lastest CyberFrequencies' podcast.)

Bradbury's Wisdom 2116 is a robotic...

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The Darkside of Blogging: What It Means When Sarah Palin Calls You Out

Posted July 13, 2009 | 14:51:57 (EST)

Is a blogger a public figure or a private citizen? Alaskan blogger Shannyn Moore gives us the inside scoop.

The smackdown between Sarah Palin and Shannyn Moore gripped the blogosphere when Palin's lawyer singled out the lone blogger, along with powerful media companies like MSNBC and New York...

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