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Text in FCP

June 30th, 2012 · No Comments · technical

Found this link ‘The Basics – Preparing Photoshop files for FCP’ – looks useful.

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New Media book list – How do we read and write now?

June 17th, 2012 · No Comments · references

https://bookwork234.wordpress.com/syllabus/ A useful New Media book list from a course at UC. From the course about: This course brings together media archaeology, the material history of the book, and media-specific analysis in an investigation of “bookwork” after new media. To what extent have computational media had a transformative effect on print practices? How do we […]

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Wearing different hats

June 14th, 2012 · No Comments · this and that

I just changed my bio to a reflect a creative practice perspective for the Spark international festival of media arts and design. All part of wearing different hats in varying contexts. I followed up on the academic/artist Adrian Piper, from the article Svenungsson, J 2009, ‘The Writing Artist’, Art and Research, vol. Volume 2. , […]

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Open Media Literacy Manifesto

June 10th, 2012 · No Comments · media

| Mediacology by Antonio Lopez http://mediacology.com/2012/03/21/open-media-literacy-manifesto/#.T9RjYvGr_nQ.twitter The mass media of the industrial era has shifted radically. But media literacy has not. Often times media literacy is just anti-media, and still thinks the way industrial media thinks. Often it focuses on content and information, but not practice or lifelong learning.

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The Long History of Prototypes | Limn

June 10th, 2012 · No Comments · design

http://limn.it/the-long-history-of-prototypes/ … prototyping is not simply understood as the development of “first forms” or “first strikes” as beta-versions of products as in industrial design, but as a more general mode of doing culture: a mode that is tentative, based on bricolage, user involvement and ongoing change and improvements of products and practices, as “open innovation”, […]

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Online Video, Web Video

April 9th, 2012 · No Comments · PhD

I am at that point were I am reframing the research problem in my PhD. I had seen this video before and revisited it again today. A bit has happened in a year since these ideas were presented, but the perspective in many ways has not changed in relation to the idea of making video […]

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Open Source Documentary

April 7th, 2012 · 2 Comments · PhD

Following up on Florian Schneider’s concept of an open source mode of documentary as I begin to close my exegesis draft. FLORIAN SCHNEIDER (NL): An Open Source Mode Of The Documentary? from network cultures on Vimeo. SESSION 1: ONLINE VIDEO AESTHETICS In a review of his Video Vortex 6# presentation ‘Online Video Aesthetics: Florian Schneider […]

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Protected: scrivener workflow

April 2nd, 2012 · Enter your password to view comments. · Uncategorized

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Narrative Complexity

March 28th, 2012 · No Comments · PhD

This upcoming book Complex Television: The Poetics of Contemporary Television Narrative – A proposal for a multiplatform book by Jason Mittell, provides some insights into my own recent use of storytelling modes and the idea of complex narratives. From complexity in context: This book’s main argument is that over the past two decades, a new […]

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Interactive Doco Authoring Tools

March 28th, 2012 · No Comments · Video Technologies

Some doco authoring tools and article that discusses Authoring tools confronted From the article: Over the last year we have been witnessing the raise of new authoring tools that allows us to build an interactive documentary with no need of coding skills. Slideshare discussion on the tools – ‘Authoring tools confronted’ Tools klynt – 3wdoc […]

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Metacurriculum on Learnable Intelligence

March 26th, 2012 · No Comments · Teaching

ThinkPlus program from the de bono institute (from the website): An innovative education project to develop a carefully planned and thoughtful metacurriculum to run alongside the national curriculum that allows the skills and abilities for learnable intelligence to be developed in young people.

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Play instead of Cramming

March 26th, 2012 · No Comments · Teaching

What Americans Keep Ignoring About Finland’s School Success(form the article) Compared with the stereotype of the East Asian model — long hours of exhaustive cramming and rote memorization — Finland’s success is especially intriguing because Finnish schools assign less homework and engage children in more creative play.

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