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The Telephone Repair Handbook Essay in two parts Mark Pesce 2005

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QuoteThe Telephone Repair Handbook  Essay in two parts Mark Pesce 2005

December 14 , 2005 | Prologue: Dreading the Call

December 23 , 2005 | Part Two: The Telephone and its Disconnects

Mark Pesce is the co-creator of the  Virtual Reality Modeling Language (VRML) - the first 3D interface to the internet - and the founder of the Interactive Media Program at USC's School of Cinema-Television. In 2000, Ballantine Books published Pesce's The Playful World: How Technology is Transforming our Imagination, which explored the world of interactivity through a detailed examination of the Furby, LEGO's Mindstorms and the Playstation 2. In late 2003, Pesce was invited to the Australian Film Television and Radio School, with a mandate to redesign the curriculum to incorporate the new opportunities offered by interactive media.