Spark | Jan 13, 2013 | 53:59

Carnivals, Court Tweets, and Supermechanical

(Spark 203): Patrick Cormier on tweeting in the courtroom. Katy Balfour and Michelle Parise on the immersive play Sleep No More. Tom Robinson on how mobile tech has transformed carnival life. Pete Nowak on the tech it takes to put on a Cirque du Soleil production. David Carr on designing supermechanical objects.

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