Posts tagged video
Recently I made the decision to dedicate a few of my older videos to the Public Domain. This meant getting formal permissions from the people who contributed to the making of those videos and a small amount of reediting to replace those bits that weren’t PD-kosher (i.e. stuff I used that had Creative Commons licenses).
Life is Change is the first of my videos to go full-blown Public Domain (through the CC0 Universal Dedication). Even though many web services encourage their use (and some don’t even allow you to check a Public Domain option) I am not at all interested in the common Creative Commons licenses, as I feel these encourage a ‘free-ish culture’ with strings attached. I believe your stuff should be either free or not free. Public Domain or Your Domain.
So enjoy Life is Change: Remix, redistribute, do whatever you want. I have made some downloads available at Archive.org. They’re yours.
This is awesome. This is The Future: drawing fully functional touch UIs on a piece of paper — fastcodesign.com/1669815/this-g…
@ESAPPorto 9th International Film School Festival (MIFEC) — Escola Superior Artística do Porto — 22 a 26 de Maio — começa amanhã! st ...
Rather funny — Six Kinds Of Unplanned Interactions, And How They Happen: bit.ly/JDuoJI
#TED seems focused on maintaining the libertarian 'entrepeneurship illusion'. Are they in the same business as casinos? roundtable.nationaljournal.com/2012/05/the-in…
Here’s another video I’ve worked on recently — a short study about a local architectural landmark, the Miradouro hotel and restaurant, which is the highest spot in Porto (we don’t have many impressive or tall buildings around here). I did the camera work and the post-production for my architect friend Alexandra Areia, and I’m happy to report the video is one of the finalists at the creative video contest we submitted it to.
Video & Film Logos of the 1970s & 1980s: Cool and horrid in equal measures.
“How many ‘likes’ will satisfy your need of consolation?”
That is one of the core questions of Peer-to-Peer. The video above includes images of the first presentation of our performance piece, that took place June 4th. Next presentation will be June 26th at Maus Hábitos, so pay us a visit if you’re in Porto that weekend!