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From day to day, we track what's happening in the world of art and technology and the crucial intersection between the two.  The New York office has created a Weekly Link Round-Up to share the news we're most excited about. Read on and enjoy...

A WSJ review of SFMOMA's app, and some of the responses to that review:

http://on.wsj.com/2aA1sp9

http://bit.ly/2a8NXyo

Google introduces their new Arts & Culture website and app:

http://bit.ly/2aG4N8v

Watch The Getty's James Cuno on "Visions of Digital Culture: The Future of Museums":

https://museumhack.com/james-cuno/

An ode to audiobooks read by their authors (but an outcry in the comments from those who appreciate professional narrators!):

http://nyti.ms/2aBV7ek

LeVar Burton narrates The Broad's audio tour for kids:

http://bit.ly/29Va9He

The music industry (and the art world) is experimenting with VR:

http://nyti.ms/2a5YszD

Artist Guthrie Lonergan has installed a work of digital art on the Hammer Museum's website:

https://hammer.ucla.edu/

http://bit.ly/2aiNabu

 

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