How to post high-quality videos to Google Video
If you have Google Apps for Business, Google Video is still the preferred method of storing videos "in the cloud": it is easier to embed into Google Docs and probably more importantly – it can be truly private (you can only access it if you are logged in with the correct account – as opposed […]
Two inches to the right via mubix: Jane Austen’s Fight Club via Wondermark: Jane Austen’s Fight Club from Keith Paugh on Vimeo. Sink The Bismarck: Storm – a beat poem:
Informative videos about copyright and remixing issues
Walking on Eggshells: Documentary about Remix Culture – via the comixtalk blog: Internet is Freedom – a speech given by Lawrence Lessig at the Italian Parlament – via the Security4All blog: PBS: Copyright Criminals – while the video is not online, you can watch the trailer and listen to some remixes inspired by it which […]
100 years of style
A very entertaining video in the style of Evolution of Dance: Hattip to refresh.ro.
Making Prodigy’s “Smack My Bitch Up” in Ableton by Jim Pavloff
I just remembered what a Prodigy fan I was. The old man :-p doesn’t like it, but that’s ok. I don’t like Tokyo Hotel either 🙂 And here is even more Prodigy music, curtesy of Grooveshark:
Bruce Schneier is always fun, and together with Markus Ranum he is extra fun (sidenote: although it is title “face-off”, they agree more than they disagree): Schneier-Ranum face-off, part1: The future of information security Schneier-Ranum face-off, part 2: Social networking Schneier-Ranum face-off, part 3: Compliance and security Schneier-Ranum face-off, part 4: Cybersecurity coordinator Schneier-Ranum face-off […]
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Via Naked Capitalism
The Myths of Innovation
Some time ago I ranted about cognitive quantum leaps. Below is a presentation given at Google by Scott Berkun about the same topic. While the talk itself is two years old, the examples are still very relevant, and he presents it very eloquently. Enjoy!
Geek pr0n – time lapse video of building racks