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Presentation given at the launch of the media2012 blueprint for the London Olympics.

Presentation given at the launch of the media2012 blueprint for the London Olympics.

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  • Ana ADI University of the West of Scotland new media. new games. lessons from Beijing 2008 for #media2012
  • Ana ADI University of the West of Scotland WARNING: The Olympic Games provide a highly contagious experience. Exposure every two years is recommended for optimal results.
  • Ana ADI University of the West of Scotland Beijing
  • Ana ADI University of the West of Scotland a story about access
  • Ana ADI University of the West of Scotland
  • Ana ADI University of the West of Scotland
  • Ana ADI University of the West of Scotland
  • Ana ADI University of the West of Scotland a question about who is the media
  • Ana ADI University of the West of Scotland
  • Ana ADI University of the West of Scotland
  • Ana ADI University of the West of Scotland a lesson for #media2012
  • Ana ADI University of the West of Scotland a cultural exercise
  • Ana ADI University of the West of Scotland blog: www.anaadi.wordpress.com twitter: ana_adi slides: www.slideshare.net/ana_adi *photos from Andy Miah, Kris Krug, Robert Scales & personal archive