Adrian gave a wrap up lecture “sketch” as he calls it in the post titled Lecture finale for Integrated Media 1. This lecture brought together many of the things that we have covered this semester along with some projections further out. A number of the points in here can be extended into networked media in Read more about media 2.0[…]
http://www.blogherald.com/2008/04/09/flickr-gets-video-but-just-for-90-seconds/ Flickr has launched its long awaited video feature, and it’s an interesting addition. First of all, all videos are limited to 90 seconds, and secondly, only pro users can upload videos (everyone can view and embed them though). Why is that?
Magazine OPEN release appeared on the vv list. The article, The Rise of the Informal Media How Search Engines, Weblogs and YouTube Change Public Opinion I need to follow up on.
An article in NYT titled by Adam Cohen titled “Why the Democratic Ethic of the World Wide Web May Be About to End” which references video: Consider online video, which depends on the availability of higher-speed connections. Internet users can now watch channels, like BBC World, that are not available on their own cable systems, Read more about www ethics (future video)[…]
Today, in the lab we had a discussion about having to create a standard video format for ipods (i.e the frame size, data rate etc) just like for example creating a delivery format for a program for television. The lab decided to bypass being restricted by video podcasting standards, in favour of leaving the published Read more about ipod video, an island[…]
PIcked this up off the aoir list, a discussion about a video on YouTube titled ‘Web 2.0…The Machine is Us/ing Us’ that takes a swipe at web 2.0. A critique of the video on the on the Media @ LSE Group weblog in the post ‘Dangerously overstating the significance of Web 2.0’ Quote: “It suggests Read more about Web 2.0…The Machine is Us/ing Us[…]