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3915 records
Last name Middle name First name Updated
Goteng Monday Tongshinung 05.03.2020
Gonsum Longji Christopher 05.03.2020
Coker Wincharles 05.03.2020
Atoloye Lekan 05.03.2020
Osisanwo Ayo 05.03.2020


247 records
Titlesort descending Publisher or organization Developers Year initiated Updated
Nintendo 64 Nintendo 1996 06.11.2019
Nintendo DS Nintendo 2004 27.10.2016
Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) Nintendo 1983 22.11.2017
Nintendo Switch Nintendo 2017 23.09.2019
Objective-C Apple Inc. Brad Cox, Tom Love 1984 08.09.2016


591 records
Name Event Date City Country Updated
Researching the Reading Experience 11.06.2013 Oslo Norway 30.11.2016
Arabic Electronic Literature 25.02.2018 Dubai United Arab Emirates 14.09.2018
III Mostra 3M de Arte Digital 15.08.2012 São Paulo Brazil 30.11.2016
International Digital Media Arts Association 2011 13.01.2013 30.11.2016
Literatuur op het Scherm 13.12.2014 08.11.2017

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