Now in his third and final year as head of the station, [Cameron Nordholm] credited streaming audio – which allows listeners to tune in worldwide by visiting krlx.org – with changing the focus of a station that has been on the air since 1948.
Song requests from listeners in Minneapolis are regular [...]
In December of 2005 I made the fateful decision to contact the then current head of Northfield.org, a community-driven website for the city of Northfield, Minnesota. Griff Wigley was a direct, funny, and engaging advocate of citizen journalism and we hit it off well, quickly coming to an agreement to merge his [...]
This audio piece, recorded and produced with Emily Schwing (NPR News, Carleton College ’05), examines the history of the Carleton Miscellany through an interview with and poetry reading by Mike Kowaleski of the Carleton College English Department. The teaser:
In its heyday, The Carleton Miscellany was a contemporary, avante-garde and unpretentious compilation of some [...]
In the Fall of 2005 the staff at KRLX-FM in Northfield, Minnesota began an overhaul of the then skimpy training materials used to educate upcoming on-air staff. Previously training had been primarily ad-hoc and informal, relyintg mostly on the immediate memory of staff at hand.
We decided to change this by writing a comprehensive [...]
In the summer of 2005 I left for Nice, France to participate in NYU’s Nice: A City in Motion program. Steeped in 3D animation, theory, and design, it explored the word of digital video and its manipulation.
The course covers conceptual design and production using animation and video processing software. We look at ways [...]
In preparation for my senior thesis project entitled Illusion, Immersion and the Myth of Total Reality, partly based on the work of Oliver Grau in his book Virual Art (2003 MIT Press), I prepared several written and visual overviews on the history of digital and virtual art.
This project examined salient topics [...]
During the summer of 2003 I worked as interim IT director and web and print producer for Tyr Energy, Inc, an upstart energy management firm in the suburbs of Kansas City. As a rapidly growing company with very large growth potential, it proved to be a challenging, fun, exciting and engaging position.
This site [...]
After assuming the position of Producer at KRLX-FM in Northfield, MN, I went straight to work building it’s web presence, then non-existent. By 2003 it was painfully clear that the station needed to incorporate digital content into its repertoire in order to remain relevant in a student sea of early adopters. [...]
In the History of Photography Course taught at Carleton College in the Fall of 2003, the class was assigned various topics to discuss and to produce these discussions on a web-based platform. Social Reform Photography was our topic and I launched into creating a multimedia html website for kiosk hardware that we were [...]
For the Art After New Media course I spent much of our time examining the link between information and interface. My first project examined the map as an interface for the actions of our daily lives. I project my movements throughout the day in a breadcrumb fashion throughout the campus and also lay the communications [...]
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