[webproducers] Re: Michale Randazzo

Hi Ruth:

Well, we have quite a few courses that deal with Digital Project
Management issues (including one Morry is teaching online this semster -
as follows).  To get the info on these classes, here's the link:

http://www.nsu.newschool.edu/fall02/03a13_comp.htm#COMP6

And, here's the class info:
Digital Project Management**NCIC1508
Keith Alexander, Morry Galoway
A***12 sessions. Tues. & Thurs., 7:40-10:00 p.m., beg. Nov. 5. $720.
B***On line 9 weeks. Sept. 16 thru Nov. 15. $720. 
Limited to 14. Bringing a company on line or creating original content
for the Web takes more than great design and technical expertise--it
requires a strong project manager who understands the vision for the
site. This class covers the essentials of the project management process
for website production--writing pitches, analyzing opportunities,
creating budgets and schedules, selecting the right production team,
overseeeing the actual design and production process, leading client
reviews, and finally, inaugurating site promotions and advertising. In
both hands-on and lecture format, the focus is on planning and execution
of large and small websites. Prerequisites: Advanced Web Design &
Construction or strong Web design experience.**(2 credits) 

Please let me know if you have any other questions and hope to meet you
at The New School.

Michael
>>> ruth@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx 09/05/02 08:53 AM >>>

Morry,

What course is that? Is there an online brochure or something? I'm at 
the New School too, in Media Studies.

thanks!
Ruth

>You mean the Michael that's the director of the CIC at New School
University
>where they have an online Digital Project Management course?
>
>He's on this list so he should get your message.
>
>(full disclosure statement - I teach in that program)
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Michael James Pinto" <michaeljamespinto@xxxxxxxxx>
>To: <webproducers@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>Sent: Wednesday, September 04, 2002 8:10 PM
>Subject: [webproducers] Globalization vs. Tony Wilson
>
>
>>
>>  --- "Mandli, Ritu" <Ritu.Mandli@xxxxxxx> wrote:
>>  > It's a complex issue. I've only produced one argument from the
>>  > countless many, and haven't even done justice to it at that. But
>>  > it's hard not to present the black to the white, even if you
>>  > believe the truth is somewhere in the gray.
>>
>>  I think you are on to something here - as an avid reader of Foreign
>>  Affairs magazine (http://www.foreignaffairs.org) I'm always amazed
how
>>  folks on many a mailing list tend to over-simplify complex issues
like
>>  global trade down to a "in favor of" or "against it" position. On
>>  reading up on the subject over the years one would be amazed on how
>>  many issues there are (example: regional trading groups like the EU
or
>>  NAFTA vs. true global trade agreements like WTO/GATT). Most
television
>>  doesn't help as it presents the world in a very simple sound bite
point
>>  of view.
>>
>>  Bring it back to being a producer, the issue of economics is a very
>>  important one for any medium. So I don't find exploring the topic
too
>>  off topic unless it goes into rant mode. Other mediums face similar
>>  issues - for example in film and television you always face the
choice
>>  of working with union or non-union talent, or if one should film a
shot
>>  in NYC or go to Toronto where it's cheaper. I think the web and
>>  software industry is no different when it comes to these issues.
>>
>>  I think one of the main talents of a good producer is making things
>>  happen on a low budget - this is a certain talent. Sure anyone with
>>  quite a bit of cash can produce "Gone with the Wind", but my love
goes
>>  to those productions that are done on a low budget that show
>>  imagination. It's that punk rock sensibility (i.e. DIY) that I
admire
>>  in the medium of the web. Just think of all of those dot.com
operations
>>  that wasted so much money to produce poor websites while some kid
>>  sitting in a basement does a crude but effective (i.e. communicates
an
>>  idea) on a low budget.
>>
>>  By the way if anyone on the list is looking for inspiration you
should
>>  check out the film "24 Hour Party People" which tells the epic story
of
>  > on the birth of the music scene in Manchester in the 80's. Perhaps
what
>  > this industry needs is an Ian Curtis
>  > (http://joydivision.homestead.com/) to shake things up. What's
>>  impressive is how the music scene in Manchester grew out of a very
>>  harsh economic situation.
>>
>>  Michael
>>
>>  PS Does anyone have the e-mail address of Michael R. at the New
School
>>  Computer Center?
>>
>>
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