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12 NOVEMBER 2013

Mozilla Webmaker: Popcorn Maker

"Popcorn Maker helps you easily remix web video, audio and images into cool mashups that you can embed on other websites. Drag and drop content from the web, then add your own comments and links –all within your browser. Popcorn Maker videos are dynamic, full of links and unique with every view."

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authoring toolconsumer co-creationcontent integrationcultural democracydigital eradigital media creationdigital media designmedia amalgamationMozilla • Mozilla Persona • Mozilla Webmaker • multimediamultimedia authoring toolpopcorn • Popcorn Maker (tool) • remixabilitySoundCloud • timeline metaphor • video bloggingvideo creationvideo editingvideo mixingvideo on the webvideo publishingvideo software • video timeline • VimeoYouTube

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Rob Canning
14 DECEMBER 2012

Thought Maybe: a video resource to inform and inspire action

"This is a website that aims to provoke your thoughts not only about these important issues, but many other pertinent topics relevant to modern society, industrial civilisation and globalised dominant culture.

There's already a lot of information on the Internet, so our goal is to cut through the noise and garbage, to present credible information in a clear way, so it's accessible, useful and easily digested. This still may not be an easy undertaking though, and we can understand that – especially considering the complexity and interconnectedness of the topics, as well as the crossing over of sources; but also for the fact that the information here can be incomplete, sometimes contradictory or even controversial. But this is the point. It's all part of what we're trying to do: provoke critical thinking, questioning... and doing.

We've fundamentally built this resource to inform and inspire action – and no, we're not talking about clicking the stupid 'Like' button on Facebook, signing online petitions or letter writing – we mean informing and inspiring real–world action; taking this information away from the computer to rejuvenate the strong networks with the people around you in the real world, to discuss, plan, act. This is not a symbolic action or clicktivism website, it's a resource to inform, inspire and provoke.

We aim to generate a multitude of responses, reactions and methods to the work we're doing, because that's what is needed to solve the plethora of puzzles and problems addressed in the information we publish. Some of these puzzles are big, some are small, but everywhere you look, there's good work to be done."

(Thought Maybe)

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clicktivismcomplexitycontradictioncontradiction and changecontroversial • controversial information • credible informationcritical thinking • crossing over of sources • globalised culture • incite • incomplete information • industrial civilisation • inform and inspire • information • inspire action • interconnectednessmodern societyonline resource • pertinent topics • provocationquestioning • real-world action • rejuvenate networks • strong networks • symbolic action • Thought Maybe • video libraryvideo publishingvideo repositoryvideo resources

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Simon Perkins
31 JULY 2012

A Complete Guide to Microblogging with Tumblr

"Think of Tumblr as micro–blogging on steroids (technically, it's called 'tumblelogging'). Whereas Twitter and similar services limit posts to 140 characters or less, Tumblr lets you post updates of any length, although it's best suited to short–format posts. Tumblr bridges the gap between full–blown blog and micro–blog.

Tumblr is also an option for designers and creative people, because it gives you complete control over the look of your tumblelog. It also offers great opportunities for theme designers..."

(Cameron Chapman, 22 July 2010, Smashing Magazine)

Fig. Jenna Anne "What you need to know about Tumblr" Uploaded by JustKidding1026 on 12 Dec 2010.

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blogbloggingclippingcollectingcommunication platformcommunication tool • contemporary visual culture • critical reflection • design notes • design workbookdigital culturedocumenting design processinspirational visual contentinspirational works • micro-blog • micro-bloggingmicroblogmicrobloggingonline journalphotobloggingreblog • reblogging • reflective journalremix culturereverse chronological • short-format • sketchblogSmashing Magazine • tumblelog • tumblelogging • TumblrTwittervideo publishingvisual researchweblogworkbook

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Simon Perkins
05 JULY 2006

Active Ingredient: Make TV to Watch TV

"Merging live video with a social networking environment, MakeTV constructed a live programme of self moderated videos, 15 minutes of fame where every audience member could be a producer of content, and anyone anywhere could be the audience. Active Ingredient designed the time loop where 48 hour rotating live programme could be added to, viewed and recorded.

Active Ingredient hosted several events that used MakeTV as a new space for artists, which included the ongoing collaboration with Trampoline and the Radiator Festival, Sideshow (A Brit Art fringe event), Dislocate and Nottingham Trent University. The programme included new works developed for MakeTV by artists who had worked with Active Ingredient through Moon Radio webTV, since 2000 including: Jordan McKenzie, Sophia Lycouris, Frank Abbott, Sarah Thom and Elyce Semenac, Gareth Howell and Jeanie Finlay.

With the advent of YouTube, Skype and Live video conferencing online, everything changed and finally anyone could have access to online video. The Internet is now full of opportunities for artists making video work. MakeTV is no longer live, as Active Ingredient moved their focus and resources towards making their own work."

(Rachel Jacobs and Matt Watkins)

Note that the URL (http://www.make–tv.net) for the site is no longer active.

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2006Active Ingredient (collective)broadcastcommunity • Elyce Semenac • Frank Abbott • Gareth Howell • independent cultural initiatives • Jeanie Finlay • Jordan McKenzie • Little Big Head • livelive streaming video platformlive video • Lizzy Whirrity • make-tv.net • MakeTV • Matt Watkins • Moon Radio webTV • narrowcastingnew forms of distribution and presentationNottingham Trent Universityonline televisiononline videoproduser • Rachel Jacobs • Radiator FestivalRadiator Festival for New Technology Art • Sarah Thom • self-moderated • Sideshow (Brit Art fringe event) • Skype • Sophia Lycouris • space for artists • streaming media servicestreaming serviceTrampoline (arts organisation)TVvideo creationvideo on the webvideo publishingYouTube
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