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intellectual property policies, daisy chain, food safety experts, Charles Revson Foundation

Rhizome | Technology is Not Enough: The Story of NYUs Interactive Telecommunicat ... -- In 1983, Burns became director of the Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) 2 , a new graduate program at NYU inside the Tisch School of the Arts that shed built on the shoulders of what the AMC had begun. Although the ITP was born in the same Bleecker Street space where the AMC started, it moved a year later, in 1980, to its current home: the fourth floor of NYUs Tisch building at 721 Broadway. Now around 110 students enter the program per year, making for a total of 220 students fighting for space to create their projects and get time with ITPs visionary faculty. The Dot Com boom did bring the culture in a slightly bad direction but the bust brought it back. Some alumni, like Dennis Crowley creator of Dodgeball (which was bought by Google one year after he graduated) and Foursqure, have had quick success in the New York startup community, but OSullivan says, most of our students have a more normal success pattern that takes longer.

Make No Promises -- I'm sure core.async performance will continue to improve but these examples demonstrate that core.async can likely handle even the most demanding complex event driven applications while providing one of the highest level of abstractions offered by any language targeting JavaScript today.

Julia Child Was Wrong: Don't Wash Your Raw Chicken, Folks : The Salt : NPR -- Julia Child poses with "the chicken sisters" before an episode of The French Chef in which she teaches us how to roast a bird. says Drexel University food safety researcher Jennifer Quinlan when I inform her that Child was in the pro-bird-washing camp. "Other people say, 'That's just how I was taught to do it.' "

Red Burns :: Bio -- Interactive Week picked her as one of the "Top 25 Influential People on the Net," and she was named one of Newsweek's "50 for the Future," New York Magazine's "New York Cyber Sixty," Silicon Alley's 100 and "Crain's New York Business" listed her both as one of the 100 top leaders of New York's economy, as well as one of the top 100 most influential women in business.Professor Burns serves as a board member for the Charles Revson Foundation, and has served on the boards of The Art Director's Club and Creative Capital.

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