10
Jun
09

Research on YouTube’s Popular Videos

I had the opportunity to speak with Jean Burgess and Joshua Green about their new book, called YouTube: Online Video and Participatory Culture. They completed a large-scale content survey of certain categories on YouTube that might be seen as “the most popular.” Here, they talk a bit about what they found and whether or not prior assumptions that have been reported about YouTube’s content lined up to the videos they examined in their sample.
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15
Jul
08

Happy Birthday!

Well, I decided to try and make a video greeting card. I know the baker personally! Enjoy! The music is used by permission from Kevin MacLeod at incompetech.com Please note that this is a research site and that comments posted to the site may be used in research. For more information about the study and how posted comments are used in research please see: http://anthrovlog.wordpress.com/about/
24
Jun
08

LA Angel

Maybe I should have called this video “Freeway Angel.”
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24
Jun
08

Midwest Gathering

I found it fascinating to see people’s comfort zones and boundaries with video making being pushed at this gathering of YouTube participants in Minneapolis.
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05
Jun
08

Return to the Sad Man

Recently, I was in Montreal and luckily I had my camera when I stumbled onto this sculpture again. This time, I got to see it at night! Then later, I found him a “friend.”
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28
May
08

Paradoxical Updates

Linguistic paradoxes are so much fun.
The screen shot at the beginning is from the Star Trek television show. It is from the episode entitled, “I, Mudd,” which first aired in 1967.
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20
May
08

Black and Sparkly

What if an abstract painting could move?
The setting: Rotterdam. Before sunrise. On my way to the airport. Time for just a few more shots. But it’s so dark. Just one more.
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