Jayne Loader was born in 1951 in Weatherford, Texas. She is an American director and writer. She co-directed The Atomic Cafe (1982) with Pierce Rafferty and Kevin Rafferty and has guested on many television shows, including Late Night With David Letterman. She is the author of Between Pictures (1986, ISBN 0-312-91345-1), a novel, Wild America (1989, ISBN 0-8021-1106-8), a collection of short stories, and articles on film and culture. In 1995, she created the CD-ROM and Website Public Shelter, which premiered in January, 1996 at the New Media Center of the Sundance Film Festival and received two New Media INVISION Awards at Comdex. From 1995 - 1997, she wrote WWWench, one of the first blogs and traveled the world as a New Media evangelist. In 1988, she debuted as a fictional character in Ti

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  • ジェーン・ローダー(Jayne Loader)として知られる、エリナー・ジェーン・ローダー(Eleanor Jayne Loader、1951年 - )は、アメリカ合衆国の映画監督、作家。彼女は、ピアース・ラファティ、ケヴィン・ラファティとともに映画『アトミック・カフェ』(1982年)を共同監督し、著作として小説『Between Pictures』(1986年、 ISBN 0-312-91345-1)や短編集『Wild America』(1989年、 ISBN 0-8021-1106-8)を発表している。ジェーン・ローダーは「パブリック・シェルター (Public Shelter)」という名のCD-ROMを発表し、同名のウェブサイトも構築した。1995年から1997年にかけては、最も初期のブログのひとつであった「World Wide Wench」を作成していた。現在は、メイン州フレンドシップ(Friendship)に住んでいる。 (ja)
  • Jayne Loader was born in 1951 in Weatherford, Texas. She is an American director and writer. She co-directed The Atomic Cafe (1982) with Pierce Rafferty and Kevin Rafferty and has guested on many television shows, including Late Night With David Letterman. She is the author of Between Pictures (1986, ISBN 0-312-91345-1), a novel, Wild America (1989, ISBN 0-8021-1106-8), a collection of short stories, and articles on film and culture. In 1995, she created the CD-ROM and Website Public Shelter, which premiered in January, 1996 at the New Media Center of the Sundance Film Festival and received two New Media INVISION Awards at Comdex. From 1995 - 1997, she wrote WWWench, one of the first blogs and traveled the world as a New Media evangelist. In 1988, she debuted as a fictional character in Timothy Leary's What Does WoMan Want? In 1999, she married the astronomer Robert Kirshner. From 2001 - 2007, Loader and Kirshner were the Masters of Quincy House, one of Harvard's twelve undergraduate houses, where they lived with their bull terriers, Astra and Albert. During her tenure at Quincy, Loader renovated the Masters' Residence and Gym; helped to redesign the Dining Hall; gave many parties (assisted by the Quincy House Elves); and launched the controversial Masters' Nights speakers series. While serving on the Steering Group of the Resource Efficiency Program, Loader created the popular Valentine's Day Cosmetics Drive (2003–present), which survives her under the aegis of the Harvard Office for Sustainability. She graduated from Reed College (B.A., 1973) and the University of Michigan (M.A., 1976). She lives in Friendship, Maine and Portola Valley, California. (en)
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  • ジェーン・ローダー(Jayne Loader)として知られる、エリナー・ジェーン・ローダー(Eleanor Jayne Loader、1951年 - )は、アメリカ合衆国の映画監督、作家。彼女は、ピアース・ラファティ、ケヴィン・ラファティとともに映画『アトミック・カフェ』(1982年)を共同監督し、著作として小説『Between Pictures』(1986年、 ISBN 0-312-91345-1)や短編集『Wild America』(1989年、 ISBN 0-8021-1106-8)を発表している。ジェーン・ローダーは「パブリック・シェルター (Public Shelter)」という名のCD-ROMを発表し、同名のウェブサイトも構築した。1995年から1997年にかけては、最も初期のブログのひとつであった「World Wide Wench」を作成していた。現在は、メイン州フレンドシップ(Friendship)に住んでいる。 (ja)
  • Jayne Loader was born in 1951 in Weatherford, Texas. She is an American director and writer. She co-directed The Atomic Cafe (1982) with Pierce Rafferty and Kevin Rafferty and has guested on many television shows, including Late Night With David Letterman. She is the author of Between Pictures (1986, ISBN 0-312-91345-1), a novel, Wild America (1989, ISBN 0-8021-1106-8), a collection of short stories, and articles on film and culture. In 1995, she created the CD-ROM and Website Public Shelter, which premiered in January, 1996 at the New Media Center of the Sundance Film Festival and received two New Media INVISION Awards at Comdex. From 1995 - 1997, she wrote WWWench, one of the first blogs and traveled the world as a New Media evangelist. In 1988, she debuted as a fictional character in Ti (en)
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