After a hiatus, technology voice is back. Hul Mal Gamay has had a few upgrades. Join her as she tunes into the participatory media revolution.
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I have been backed up in watching video blogs. So these are a little old, but worth checking out.
Madge Weinstein reads from Naked Lunch - I have enjoyed listening to Madge's podcasts. This is the first vlog of hers that I have seen.
It is amazing how the right few moments become magic.
bang bang choo choo train - another entrant into the crazy guy dancing category.
Holy Mystery - Videos like this are the glue, dig?
This is the follow-up to my previous cpap entry. After watching the footage I saw how horrible the mask was fitted to my face.... The straps were all tangled and stuff. Plus, the method I used for putting the mask on was not quite how it was designed to be done. Oh well, I learn.
I used imagemagick to manipulate the frames of this video. I use iMovie mostly, but I am looking for something that gives me more control over how my footage looks. I am not going to be spending money on After Effects or FCP any time soon, so I thought I would try a simpler solution.
Here are some video blogging links for YOU:
ZipZapZop - I just found this guy, and I find his work compelling.
Steve Garfield interviews Holmes Wilson. - Yes, I know it was on slashdot, and it is a week old, and everyone has seen it already, but I think it is pretty cool so I will link to it anyway.
This was my entry into the latest 54 hour film project. I didn't have a lot of time this weekend to come up with much, so it is short.
You can also check out the rest of the entries in the teamforce 54 hour film project.
(CAUTION: I feel it is only right to warn you that the 54 hour film titled "the portal" is extremely NOT SAFE FOR WORK. You have been warned.)