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The Ineffable Whatsit

This spring, I went to Anna Bolena by Donizetti, the last opera of the COC’s season. Sondra Radvanovsky was honestly astonishing in the title role. Beyond the obvious – her voice, her acting – there was something hard to put your finger on going on there. It’s a cliché, but I actually did have chills. […]

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Good News (and an exciting challenge)

This spring, I went to Anna Bolena by Donizetti, the last opera of the COC’s season. Sondra Radvanovsky was honestly astonishing in the title role. Beyond the obvious – her voice, her acting – there was something hard to put your finger on going on there. It’s a cliché, but I actually did have chills. […]

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Body as Technology

This spring, I went to Anna Bolena by Donizetti, the last opera of the COC’s season. Sondra Radvanovsky was honestly astonishing in the title role. Beyond the obvious – her voice, her acting – there was something hard to put your finger on going on there. It’s a cliché, but I actually did have chills. […]

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The Body and Responsive Tech

This spring, I went to Anna Bolena by Donizetti, the last opera of the COC’s season. Sondra Radvanovsky was honestly astonishing in the title role. Beyond the obvious – her voice, her acting – there was something hard to put your finger on going on there. It’s a cliché, but I actually did have chills. […]

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Lift Off for Wearables?

This spring, I went to Anna Bolena by Donizetti, the last opera of the COC’s season. Sondra Radvanovsky was honestly astonishing in the title role. Beyond the obvious – her voice, her acting – there was something hard to put your finger on going on there. It’s a cliché, but I actually did have chills. […]

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Book Details: Launch, Tour and Such!

This spring, I went to Anna Bolena by Donizetti, the last opera of the COC’s season. Sondra Radvanovsky was honestly astonishing in the title role. Beyond the obvious – her voice, her acting – there was something hard to put your finger on going on there. It’s a cliché, but I actually did have chills. […]

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The Waning of the Uncanny Valley

This spring, I went to Anna Bolena by Donizetti, the last opera of the COC’s season. Sondra Radvanovsky was honestly astonishing in the title role. Beyond the obvious – her voice, her acting – there was something hard to put your finger on going on there. It’s a cliché, but I actually did have chills. […]

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The Clock: Art in the Digital Age

This spring, I went to Anna Bolena by Donizetti, the last opera of the COC’s season. Sondra Radvanovsky was honestly astonishing in the title role. Beyond the obvious – her voice, her acting – there was something hard to put your finger on going on there. It’s a cliché, but I actually did have chills. […]

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New Podcast: Trends in Agriculture and Info Flows

This spring, I went to Anna Bolena by Donizetti, the last opera of the COC’s season. Sondra Radvanovsky was honestly astonishing in the title role. Beyond the obvious – her voice, her acting – there was something hard to put your finger on going on there. It’s a cliché, but I actually did have chills. […]

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More on Gamification

This spring, I went to Anna Bolena by Donizetti, the last opera of the COC’s season. Sondra Radvanovsky was honestly astonishing in the title role. Beyond the obvious – her voice, her acting – there was something hard to put your finger on going on there. It’s a cliché, but I actually did have chills. […]

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