Lawrence Lessig would be proud. Last May, communications professor David Gilbert and his students at New York's Marymount Manhattan College produced unofficial, guerrilla-style audio guides for the Museum of Modern Art. But unlike MoMA's banal, textbook audio dissertations, the student-created audio tours featured such disparate content as irony-laden commentary by hip New York academics and tracks from student DJs, who sampled and remixed everything from "symphonic themes to vintage 1950's television ads to speed-metal licks and wafts of ambient trance," all inspired by various MoMA works. The audio guides are available as podcasts on the... More >>>