Archive for the 'Videos' Category

Yet Another Wonderful Daily Show

Jon Stewart interviews David Perlmutter about blogging…

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Internets &Videos Ross Bell 15 May 2008 1 Comment

I change

AMAZING animation that challenges media and also is part of Creative Commons.

MUTO a wall-painted animation by BLU from blu on Vimeo.


Taste of the Internet &Videos Jessie Gurd 15 May 2008 No Comments

Evan and my Final Project

In case you want to check out our project before Wednesday here it is:

High Quality.


social networking &Videos George Altshuler 11 May 2008 No Comments


From your friendly neighborhood Microsoft, creating a 3D object from many photos-

Remix culture &Videos Joseph Antonioli 06 May 2008 1 Comment


The Daily Show strikes again with a report live from Liberty City…

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video games &Videos &Virtual Worlds Ross Bell 30 Apr 2008 1 Comment

podcast update

Hey guys,
Since Jessie and I made our podcast featuring the song “Smell Yo Dick” the artists have recorded a music video. when we were capturing the video for our project, they only had a photo series, no actual music video. So, i present to you all, the official video to the song

Podcasts &Videos Brian Sommers 24 Apr 2008 3 Comments

South Park Fixes the Internet

South Park continues its forays into internet culture with this brilliant episode excerpted here…

South Park Saves the Internet

Internets &Videos Ross Bell 18 Apr 2008 1 Comment

George and Kyle’s Game Analysis

So Kyle and I got a little caught up in what we where doing and we made this…. 10 minutes of video game analysis.

I cut down what we had to around five minutes and this version is what we want to show in class tomorrow (or I guess today by now). Watch the ten minute version only if you have way too much time on your hands.


video games &Videos George Altshuler 10 Apr 2008 1 Comment

The Magic of Multimedia and Conan

I know people say that email and the internet are driving people apart. Well Conan O’Brian thinks differently…

Taste of the Internet &Videos Ross Bell 09 Apr 2008 No Comments

Import Video Clips into iMovie

Someone just let me know that it took 4 hours to import their footage into iMovie. iMovie wants to convert any video it uses into raw dv, and this process can take a huge amount of time.

But there is a way to get around it.

  1. Create an iMovie project, if you haven’t already.
  2. Close iMovie.
  3. Right-click on the project file and choose “Show Package Contents.”
  4. Browse to the Media folder.
  5. Place your clips in the folder.
  6. Open your iMovie project.
  7. Click the VIEW TRASH button.
  8. Drag your clips to the clips pane.

I’ve been able to do this with .mov, .dv and .mpg.

Class business &General Geekery &Remix Video &Videos Joseph Antonioli 09 Apr 2008 No Comments

Polarization of Networks

A more non-political example of Benkler’s argument concerning the audience-orientation of certain media is this Levi’s jeans commerical that alludes to a homosexual couple. From my experience, this commercial was only shown on the more liberal, youth-orientated stations such as Bravo and MTV. I don’t know if most of you have seen this, but I thought I would post it anways.

Media politics &Videos Melissa Marshall 09 Apr 2008 No Comments


No, this has little to no critical value for us, except that we might argue that YouTube gives us a great way to try to see our own faces in other people.

Anyway, I think this has been roving the vast series of tubes for a while, but I just found it this morning.

“I can’t walk, but I can belly laugh okay.”

Taste of the Internet &Videos Jessie Gurd 09 Apr 2008 1 Comment

Zhu Rangers

I meant to post this awhile ago, but I thought this class might appreciate it. This is the original opening credits to the Zhu Rangers, the show the Power Rangers used clips from to make the american show. I’m writing my thesis on the differences and theory of the two shows and I’ll show you guys a key point in my argument. Notice how the Yellow Ranger is a male in the Japanese version, but is played by a female in the American version? Bet you didn’t see that coming–I know I didn’t

Uncategorized &Videos Brian Sommers 08 Apr 2008 No Comments


Stepping back from the lovely animation and the overtly Canadian narrator (yay Canada), this is a really interesting little piece. I think its message can be applied to the communities forged within the media spaces we’ve been studying in this course. Fortunately, a third party is not a rare commodity on the intarwebz. It manages to be self-policing… in a dysfunctional kind of way.

Videos Jessie Gurd 07 Apr 2008 No Comments

Gaming Footage

A couple groups have tries to record footage to dvd, only to find that the disc seems to be empty. Before you toss it, try finalizing the disc back in the machine you recorded from.

  1. Put the dvd back in the tray.
  2. On the remote to the DVD player select options.
  3. Click Disc Information.
  4. Choose Finalize.
  5. It will take a few minutes to finish writing.

Once it is on the dvd, you will need to use MPEG Streamclip, SnapZ or Hanbrake to extract the footage and use it in iMovie or Final Cut.

Class business &video games &Videos Joseph Antonioli 07 Apr 2008 No Comments

A Critique of American News Media

In one of their best (in my opinion) segments to date, The Daily Show w/Jon Stewart looks at Al-Jazeera English and tries to give them a helping hand by “americanizing” the broadcast by adding graphics, banter and new music.

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Media politics &Politics &Videos Ross Bell 07 Apr 2008 1 Comment

Mossberg on the State of Our Internet

Here’s a link to an interesting clip of renowned tech guru\analyst Walt Mossberg discussing how the US Government needs to get involved in bringing high-speed internet to the masses, as well as his thoughts on the future of internet multimedia…

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Advertising &Media politics &Taste of the Internet &Videos Ross Bell 06 Apr 2008 1 Comment

Michael Scott on Wikipedia

From the episode where he gets bogus negotiation tactics from Wikipedia…

Taste of the Internet &Videos Ross Bell 03 Apr 2008 No Comments

I May Not Be a Fan

but I do enjoy it when politicians join in on the fun. The delivery isn’t especially good, but you don’t picture our current president doing this…

Politics &Videos Ross Bell 02 Apr 2008 No Comments

A Wii For All Ages

Hilarious. I think this means the Wii interface works just fine…

Taste of the Internet &video games &Videos Ross Bell 30 Mar 2008 No Comments

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