Russell Quinn

Russell Quinn
Co-founder, The Silent History

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RUSSELL QUINN is a software developer, digital designer, and cofounder of the multinational digital agency Spoiled Milk. He began his career making tools for game consoles at Sony, and was most recently employed as McSweeney’s Digital Media Director where he developed and implemented their e-book strategy, and relaunched their popular humor website and store. In 2009, he invented the first subscription-based iPhone app in the publishing industry. His work has been featured in TIME, Wired, Creative Review and Computer Arts. A native Englishman, Russell left the UK in 2005, eventually settling in California after periods in Denmark and Switzerland.

Sessions

Session
Location: Astor Ballroom
Moderated by:
Erin Kissane (Contents Magazine & OpenNews Source)
Panelists:
Todd Boss (Motionpoems), Louis-Jacques Darveau (The Alpine Review), Eli Horowitz (The Silent History), Kate Pullinger (Bath Spa University), Russell Quinn (The Silent History)
In this 2-session “mini-track,” Erin Kissane leads a panel of artists (author, editor, designer/developer, poet, and multimedia producer) in exploring how technology is influencing art and authoring, and how the very nature of creation is being redefined by networked and other tech tools. Read more.

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