Related Program: Past Program - The Spark Scholarly Journal's Twittery New Look By Martha Woodroof • Mar 4, 2013 Related Program: Past Program - The Spark TweetShareGoogle+Email Image: WMRA News (tw) composite illustration from VQR sources The grand old academic journal, the Virginia Quarterly Review, has boldly uploaded itself into the iPhone era with a zazzy website brimming with eyecandy. We'll meet the VQR web-editor, Jane Friedman. Their website looks as 21st century as "Wired" magazine. Jane's own website includes a "free advice for writers" area. Listen Listening... / 22:49 See also:"New Yorker" article about Facebook."Economist" article about tablet-mags.NYT "Tunnel Creek" article with 3-d style terrain graphics at bottom (webtext: tw) TweetShareGoogle+Email Related Content Wiley Kestner By Martha Woodroof • Sep 30, 2011 Wiley Kestner graduated from Yale with a B.A. in studio art (he worked mainly in oils). Now he works as the iPad team lead at Rosetta Stone. Elliot Majerczyk By Martha Woodroof • Nov 18, 2011 By day, Elliot Majerczyk is a producer for the public radio program, With Good Reason. By night, he creates music out of found sounds. The 2nd and 3rd sound files above are samples of Elliot's Music:"Sway What""For Martha" Eye on Art : Camera Angle and "Like" By Terry Ward • Nov 18, 2011 Terry Ward recalls teaching an art class about how camera angles and other visual techniques can make viewers like or dislike the people pictured --whether actors or politicians. A Letter to J.M. Barrie By Martha Woodroof • Sep 2, 2011 Audrey Wood, a middle school student at North Branch School in Afton, was one of 6 national winners of the Library of Congress annual competition, "Letters About Literature."