Archive for May, 2008

28
May
08

Paradoxical Updates

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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

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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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15
May
08

Fair Use

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I was fortunate to have Professor Kuhn from the School of Cinematic Arts at USC join me once again. This time we talk about fair use and how ideas about media remix are changing.
The four criteria Professor Kuhn mentioned are:
Purpose (ex. non-commercial, educational)
Nature (ex. criticism, scholarship, news, satire, teaching) Amount used (ex. use no more than is necessary to achieve goals)
Effect on Market (ex. an assessment is made of the potential harm to the market for the copyrighted work caused by the new work)
More sources on fair use: http://www.publaw.com/work.html The video is meant to be informational, not legal, in content. Specific legal questions about specific work should be directed to a legal professional.
I find Professor Kuhn’s opinions very interesting and I hope this video circulates. Pass it on!
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05
May
08

Scenes from Legoland

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I just couldn’t resist. Legoland is definitely worth a visit. The Lego busts you see in the video are of: Luciano Pavarotti Salvador Dali
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