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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
08 AUGUST 2012

PressPausePlay: does democratised culture mean better art, film, music and literature?

"The digital revolution of the last decade has unleashed creativity and talent of people in an unprecedented way, unleashing unlimited creative opportunities.

But does democratized culture mean better art, film, music and literature or is true talent instead flooded and drowned in the vast digital ocean of mass culture? Is it cultural democracy or mediocrity?

This is the question addressed by PressPausePlay, a documentary film containing interviews with some of the world's most influential creators of the digital era."

(House of Radon)

Fig.1 "PressPausePlay" (2011) [http://www.houseofradon.com/]

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2011 • Adam Watson • amateur cultural productionamateurism • Amy Phillips • Andre de Ridder • Andre Stringer • Andrew Keen • Anne Hilde Neset • Anthony Volodkin • Apparat • artistic process • Bill Drummond • Brenda Walker • Christopher Weingarten • consumer co-creationcreativitycultural democracy • David Girhammar • David Weinberger • democratised culturedigital eradigital revolutiondocumentary • Georgia Taglietti-Sonar • Hank Shocklee • Hillary Rosen • Hot Chip (group) • House of Radon (agency) • influential creatorsinformation wants to be freeJimi Hendrix • Jonas Woost • Katie Johnson • Keith Harris • Lena Dunham • Lykke Li • mass culturemasterymastery of toolsmediocrity • Mike Cosola • Moby • Nick Sansano • Norman Hollyn • Olafur Arnalds • originality • PressPausePlay • produserremix cultureRip Mix BurnRobyn • Robyn Carlsson • Scott Belsky • Sean Parker • Seth Godin • Shen Lihiu • Takafumi Tsuchiya • talent • Ted Schilowitz • Toby Smith • unlimited creative opportunities • Xiang Xaing • Yasuhiko Fukuzono • Zach Hancock

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Chris Thorby
20 MAY 2009

Bullish Creative Industries and The Bear Market

"Creative–industries activity is prototypical embodied knowledge. It has never been capable of capturing the full economic value of its productive activity and those who work in it do not work (at lest at the production end) with the expectation of capturing the full economic value of its productive activity. This is both the bane of creatives' lives and the source of much meaning in those lives through the justification of such commitment in the face of less–than optimal market value. Other (sometime complementary, sometimes oppositional) values are continually being embraced in this process.

From the point of view of the policy or decision maker, the creative economy is a very labour–intensive economy and one that engages its participants intensely in the creation as much of symbolic value as of direct economic value (to them; it is often captured elsewhere in the 'value chain'). As such, it is tailor–made for a recession (it soaks up labour, and produces human capital development outcomes partially independent of wages, fees and salaries).

This is clearer now than it has ever been, with the explosion of user–generated content (UGC): consumer co–creation, games fan bases, intense pro–am engagement outside the pure market–optimising cash nexus. The tensions generated by emergent markets or non–market activity which impact the viability of established markets will accelerate as markets crumble in recessionary times. There have been recent warnings that the implementation of Digital Britain will accentuate UGC at the expense of the copyright industries.

But we should remember that Korea's great surge of digital literacy and growth in both the household and market sectors of the creative economy came on the back of many thousands thrown out of work by the Asian meltdown of the late 1990s creating entrepreneurial start–ups backed by affordable and available broadband capacity."
(Professor Stuart Cunningham, p. 10 After The Crunch)

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1990sAustralia • Bear Market • consumer co-creationcopyright • copyright industries • creative economycreative industriesDigital Britaineconomic recessionenterpriseentrepreneurshipinnovationknowledge economyKoreaSouth KoreaStuart Cunningham • symbolic value • tailor-made • UGC • user-generated content

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Simon Perkins
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