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Doug Millison
El Cerrito, CA
I'm a writer, journalist, editor, artist, and publishing entrepreneur.
Interests: online collaboration & bringing digital books fully into socialmediaspace by making them more useful to readers and by letting readers become co-creat
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STUFF & THINGS. from Jack Cunningham on Vimeo. via tiffchow.typepad.com Cool video. Continue reading
Reblogged Jul 21, 2010 at OnlineJournalist.org
Black ash cloud hanging above, black swirling mess in the ocean below. Malaise. Continue reading
Posted May 8, 2010 at OnlineJournalist.org
animals art artist autistic become book boundaries character class com concrete consider contributions doug facebookfacebook forces gangster graphic helps high-performing hope inspire jungle kipling media millison mixed mo novel online perspective porter print project published push readers resources retelling share... Continue reading
Posted Apr 8, 2010 at OnlineJournalist.org
As I discuss in my book The Emotional Lives of Animals, we know that individuals of many species hold rituals for those who have departed, saying their good-byes in their species-specific ways. I've observed a magpie funeral, llamas, turltes, and... Continue reading
Reblogged Apr 4, 2010 at OnlineJournalist.org
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http://futurity.org/top-stories/all-natural-healing-power-of-fat/ "Naturally Fat as a Mountain" collage (altered magazine clips, acrylics, rubber stamps) by Morris Armstrong, Jr. proudly a.k.a. "Little Mo", co-author of the forthcoming prose+comics scrapbook novel now previewing at http://TheConcreteJungleBook.com. Join the community at http://www.facebook.com/TheConcreteJungleBook. Follow Little Mo... Continue reading
Posted Mar 25, 2010 at OnlineJournalist.org
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Mar 15, 2010
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From the album: "Wall Photos" by The Concrete Jungle Book Morris Armstrong Jr. proudly a.k.a. LIttle Mo & 2 of the Female Fire Monkeys (Cousin Selena on guitar, Girlfriend Teresa Wong on piano) meet Antonio Sanchez, innocent bystander Doug Millison,... Continue reading
Posted Mar 13, 2010 at OnlineJournalist.org
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Top to bottom: Antonio Sanchez created FLOATING POINT for BLASTER Magazine. Doug Millison suggested that they draw these comics, helped create TCJB, & contributed to the conception & development of Adventures of Morph. Srayla Tip illustrated THE CONCRETE JUNGLE BOOK... Continue reading
Posted Mar 2, 2010 at OnlineJournalist.org
There's a Great American Novel that remains to be written about sharks and shark bait in Silicon Valley. Maybe I've got the energy to write it. Continue reading
Posted Jan 25, 2010 at OnlineJournalist.org
For example, if I write an article that says the Wall Street Journal reported accounting discrepancies at publicly traded ACME Corp, and provide a link to WSJ.com but you don't have a subscription -- that means you cannot verify the... Continue reading
Posted Jan 24, 2010 at OnlineJournalist.org
Alice will be interviewed on Channel 26 News this evening, 7 p.m (Cantonese) and 10 pm (Mandarin). They came to interview her today on her last day as a Nurse Practitioner and the only Chinese-speaking clinician at University Health Services,... Continue reading
Posted Jan 22, 2010 at OnlineJournalist.org
ASUC senators from CalSERVE have sponsored a bill, discussed at Wednesday night's meeting, in support of Alice Sun, a nurse practitioner at University Health Services who is being laid off. According to CalSERVE Senator Viola Tang, the bill urges ASUC... Continue reading
Posted Jan 21, 2010 at OnlineJournalist.org
“Google and other companies are scanning library books into the cloud in a massive Manhattan Project of cultural digitization. What happens next is what’s important. If the books in the cloud are accessed via user interfaces that encourage mashups of... Continue reading
Posted Jan 15, 2010 at OnlineJournalist.org
Awake in the rainy dark. Continue reading
Posted Jan 12, 2010 at OnlineJournalist.org
Join Little Mo's Nonhuman Crew & enjoy the latest posts, photos, and videos at http://www.facebook.com/TheConcreteJungleBook Continue reading
Posted Jan 3, 2010 at OnlineJournalist.org
Once the atrocity has occurred, the hero acquires an unquestioned justification for whatever he or she then does; and as the hero’s proxy, the audience enjoys the same justification for vicariously participating in murder, mayhem and mutilation. via opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com Continue reading
Posted Jan 2, 2010 at OnlineJournalist.org
Happy New Year 2010! Continue reading
Posted Jan 1, 2010 at OnlineJournalist.org
Ever want to share a video with your friend or family, but wish you were there with them to watch so you could enjoy the moment together? synchtube solves this problem by allowing you to share a video in real-time.... Continue reading
Posted Dec 31, 2009 at OnlineJournalist.org
Tom Foremski writes: "…Curation is a valuable service and it helps to organize a set of 'things.'Prospecting is the next stage. Prospecting means discovering value where there seemed to be none. Digging through tons of dirt to find a rich... Continue reading
Posted Dec 30, 2009 at OnlineJournalist.org
…So even in the face of prolonged war and bitter recession, it seems 2010 is a pretty great time to be a young artist. Ubiquitous communication and cheap digital technologies are empowering the striving artist who steadily cultivates his or... Continue reading
Posted Dec 28, 2009 at OnlineJournalist.org