This book is really useful for getting a sense of how first person recording developed in TV in the 90s. I was a part of this development recording solo on the Hi8 format at a doco unit.
Dovey, J 2000, Freakshow: First Person Media and factual Television, Pluto Press, London.
Screenr a web-based screencasting tool looks useful. Also, this proof-of-concept approach is useful for demonstrating hacks, tests, prototypes – ‘proof of concept for hyperaudio notation’ by Lucas Gonze – using Screenr.
A TED video presentation titled Jane McGonigal: Gaming can make a better world – sourced via the book Reality Is Broken: Why Games Make Us Better and How They Can Change the World by Jane McGonigal. I can see connections here with online interactive video. But, more more importantly what is useful is the reverse psychology approach towards the attitude taken towards gaming.
The ‘Purrumbete Verandah’ video has been curated into the Berlin Director’s Lounge. From the website:
PLACENESS Australian video artists respond to the notion of place and explore through the physical and mnemonic how locations impact on the ways in which art and land coexist within the image. – curated by Shaun Wilson
I think pages works with scrivener and I know I should be in the cloud with my references. But, yes the juggernaut got underway before the cloud came into its own, so catch up time after the big one is done and dusted.
Other tutorial video with Evernote: Applied Insight: Using Scrivener, EndNote and Evernote for Academic research on the Mac OSX
I am on a train and an iPad is being passed around as a camera device. An app that allows you to create special effects as you record is being used to share images. Those type of effects would be applied in post-production usually. The iPad is a social camera device in post-production.