Image cropped from book cover. The mall is so old school—these days kids are hanging out on YouTube, and depending on whom you ask, they’re either forging the digital frontier or frittering away their childhoods in anti-intellectual solipsism. Kids on YouTube cuts through the hype, going behind the scenes to understand kids’ everyday engagement with Read more about Kids on YouTube[…]
From Dr. Strangelove’s Popular Culture and Communication course, University of Ottawa, Fall 2012.
YouTube Doubler Here comes spatial montage maybe with a YouTube doubler tool. Check out the favourites for more SM is going off! Taking this another step HD Attention Deficit Cinema — in full on digg – High Efficiency Wide Definition Episodic Attention Deficit Multilinear Narrative with Digital THC Mastered Tri-Channel Stereo Sound Ultra Wide Format
From the Modern History home page: Modern History is a series of collages assembled exclusively from screen grabs of Youtube videos. This is a work in progress and the site will be updated as I finish new pieces.
Users like you? Theorizing agency in user-generated content Media, Culture & Society, Vol. 31, No. 1, 41-58 (2009) DOI: 10.1177/0163443708098245 José van Dijck from the essay: To illustrate the complexity of user agency, the recent development of YouTube serves as a case of inquiry. Started as a video-sharing site in 2005 and run by three Read more about YouTube users[…]
YouTube opens up downloads, He’s not even president yet and Obama is changing YouTube YouTube has announced downloadable videos on their site. That means if you like a video, you can click a button and it’s yours to keep. “La de da,” say tech enthusiasts who figured out how to rip copies of YouTube videos Read more about YouTube downloads[…]
Linda Wallace‘s latest video art work, ‘non-western | are you or have you ever been?’ which is broken up into smaller parts and distributed on YouTube. Each part is distributed as a separate web page. There is also a focus on tagging. FIVE parts one example page http://www.mysafehouse.eu/ on youtube
YouTube – An anthropological introduction to YouTube After Web 2.0, Michael Wesch Takes On YouTube (tags: YouTube, edav, teaching) I got this link from Geert’s critique of this video, ‘Michael Wesch Takes On YouTube’ on the video vortex list and in that critique he mentioned the book reference: James Elkens, Visual Studies: A Skeptical Introduction.
YouTube opens APIs, gets tough on terms of service Greg Sandoval and Adrian Bridgwater, CNET News.com 14 March 2008 09:54 AM In his official blog, YouTube’s Jim Patterson wrote on Tuesday: “We now provide a complete set of [create, read, update and delete] capabilities for uploading, managing, searching and playing back user videos and metadata Read more about open api – YouTube[…]