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Intelligent, sensitive, beautiful . . .

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Dear students, this one is more of a resource than a tool, but to keep things simple, I’ve included it in the series.

Moby has created a collection of music you can use in your project videos provided you keep things non-profit. The site is called Moby Gratis and is waiting for you here. Let me remind you that for your new media production adventures you can borrow a camera or other toys from Kai Mettler at the IRC.

Alternatively, you could go totally grass roots by using an Internet camera (the one you have for video chat). A simple way to do it would be to sign up for an account at Viddler, record your video by saving it directly on their site, then copy and embed the video on your site.

We already covered embedding media in class, but if you need some help, I’ll be happy to hear from you!

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The NIN community video project has been picking up speed! Thanks to zab‘s lightning fast response and generous link sharing, we can enjoy online coverage of the NIN Ghosts Film Festival!

Here’s taste:

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Who would’ve thought? Last lecture we learned about licensing original work under Creative Commons licenses and the next thing we know, Mr. Trent Reznor released a new music collection under CC!

Here you can find some extra info in German and, of course, the obligatory MySpace link!

And as if this is not already exciting enough, Nine Inch Nails need your creative input in the realm of new media! The video bellow will tell you all you need to know to get started!

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Our course will cover an eclectic range of new media aspects. Here’s an example of a video embedded in a post. A great way to kickstart your week! You will learn how to insert moving pictures in your blogs soon 🙂

Btw, the R.E.M. guys have also embraced some cutting-edge online technology: you can create your very own video version of Supernatural Superserious here.

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