If you wonder what I think about the new Amazon Fire phone…
A couple of weeks ago, Child’s i Foundation were honoured with two awards from the Technology 4 Good Awards, organised by Abilitynet.
I was dragged on to camera to talk about how technology helps our charity, and why the award is actually recognition for all of the community who put the effort in.
W+K creative team Ida and Fabian have just completed a music video for music group ‘we have band’, using stop motion. Awesome video, but most interestingly, they’ve uploaded all the the stills from the stop motion to flickr. Will be interesting to see if people take these and create their own versions of the video.
Don’t worry if you don’t understand the indepth technical aspects of the internets, here are a couple of videos which will help you get surfing in time:
If that’s a little advanced, here’s a primer:
Another nice play on GPS writing, from this runner who will be taking part in the London Flora Marathon, and is trying to raise awareness of her cash-raising in this nice little youtube:
Interesting piece of work for Ford (i think from we are social). I’ve seen a fair few examples of this sort of motion tracking with content addition. Simple idea, but really captures attention.
Unusually, I’m feeling rather xmassy this year. Make the most of it, it only happens once every 30 years. Here’s a windback to 1988 with the excellent http://betamaxmas.com/
Really nice video project from the lovely people at Base Motion. Sometimes the pauses, ponderings, ahems, erms, hesitations and ruminations between the words we say are more loaded with meaning than the comment itself. The body language of thought presented in its raw beautiful form.
Happy Fourth of July.
Succinctly elegant as ever, Clay Shirky talks about why participation is the revolution