Marissa Gluck

Guest

Senior director at Maker Studios Inc; co-founder of design east of La Brea, an organization that produces design events in Los Angeles; former director of digital strategy for the LA office of Huge Inc., co-founder and former managing partner of Radar Research; former co-host of design east of La Brea, an organization that produces design events in Los Angeles

Marissa Gluck on KCRW

One of the buzz topics at this year's CES was the "Internet of Things."

A Tour of the Internet of Things

One of the buzz topics at this year's CES was the "Internet of Things."

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This year on DnA you heard about new developments at the LA River, the opening of The Broad and the Petersen Automotive Museum...

Ringing in the Changes in Los Angeles

This year on DnA you heard about new developments at the LA River, the opening of The Broad and the Petersen Automotive Museum...

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The Broad  has opened -- but the story doesn't stop there. It is just one of numerous new museums built worldwide in the last few years. What's fueling the art museum binge?

A Global Art Museum Boom, and More Showy Building Skins

The Broad has opened -- but the story doesn't stop there. It is just one of numerous new museums built worldwide in the last few years. What's fueling the art museum binge?

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