Monthly Archives: March 2010

Digital Storytelling Progress Report…

So. I had an idea that I liked, a project that I thought was good. But as it came along, I saw it didn’t fit the timeline for the course well enough. And that community I wanted to explore? It … Continue reading

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A Movie About ChatRoulette

In the course of thinking about making a short digital storytelling project about a ukulele website, I’ve been looking for other examples of short films, documentaries, etc. about websites and other intangible, ephemeral subjects. The other day, thanks to boxee, … Continue reading

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Why *I* Tweet

Just because Jim Groom already did it, and did it better, doesn’t mean I can’t jump in with my two cents. In response to Jeff Swain’s video asking, “Why Do You Tweet?”

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This Just In: Warner Music Group Lacks Sense of Irony, Common Sense

Ever since Warner Music Group pitched a hissy fit over copyright infringement on Youtube, finally reaching “a new and expanded agreement” with Youtube’s parent company, Google, it has been by far the most aggressive about protecting copyright claims on that … Continue reading

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