Huge thanks to Brett Thompson for adding embed code to Mimi & Eunice! Now they’re easy to share by anyone. Just click “embed this comic,” copy the code that pops up, and paste it in your blog or web page. Use ‘em to illustrate your own articles! Insert ‘em into your arguments! Share ‘em with your friends! Go forth and multiply Mimi & Eunice!
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So I missed my whole trip to California due to a badly-timed cold. Which means I have lots of time on my hands to bang my head into the wall that is the Mimi & Eunice web site.
I hired a developer who started building a beautiful new system in Ruby on Rails, only to discover that my web host, Media Temple, has a relatively wonky and outdated Ruby setup. That led the site to disappear for a few days. It’s potentially a really nice system (though it still has some kinks in it), but I may have to switch web hosts if I want to rely on it.
So I started uploading
Continue reading Mimi and Eunice: the challenge continues
Animated, directed, written, produced, etc. by Nina Paley
Starring Mimi (of Mimi & Eunice)
Sound Design by Greg Sextro
Produced with assistance from QuestionCopyright.org
Continue reading Happy Birthday, EFF!
Heads up, California peeps! July 20 I’m hosting a screening of Sita Sings the Blues to benefit the Electronic Frontier Foundation and Cartoon Art Museum.
Date: Tuesday, July 20, 2010
Time: 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Address: Delancey Screening room
600 The Embarcadero
San Francisco, CA 94107
The next day, July 21, I’m returning to Santa Cruz for a screening of Sita at the Nickelodeon!
Special Screening and Q & A with Writer/Director Nina Paley
July 21st 7pm @ The Nickelodeon
210 Lincoln St.
Santa Cruz, CA (map)
Meanwhile the Cartoon Art Museum is having an exhibit of my work, Before Sita Sang the Blues: Spotlight on Nina Paley.
Continue reading Coming soon to the Bay Area
Check out this comic and more on mimiandeunice.com!
And they’re embeddable now! Thanks to Mike Caprio for rebuilding the site from scratch. Looking for a specific strip? See thumbnails of the complete archives all at once, or larger strips on the feed page. All comics at mimiandeunice.com link to gigantic high-res PNGs which you can reprint and publish without permission! CopyLEFT, baby.
Continue reading Mimi & Eunice return!
Cultural Evolution: A Vehicle For Cooperative Interaction Between The Sciences And The Humanities by William Benzon was just published at On The Human, a project of the National Humanities Center. The paper focuses on Cultural Evolution and uses Sita Sings the Blues as a primary example. For the next two weeks (until July 19) the comments are open to all. There’s a lot of Academese there, but I’m assured plain English is also acceptable.
Also from Bill Benzon: Sita Sings the Blues’ Agni Pariksha in context.
Continue reading Academics! “Sita” cited in Humanities paper
Now at the Merch Empire:
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