Interesting quote, from an interview by Morgan Currie conducted on May 18th with Paul Keller of Kennisland: …with the aid of Creative Commons, large amounts of digital objects are being released by massive silos, such as Flickr, Youtube, and the Dutch government, as you mentioned. How do you see this changing the role of the public archive? We see a… Read more →
The socmedia PhD scholarship has been: tweeted by Adrian (vogmae) tweeted by Jeremy (overlobe) sent to artists in the cloud (theory and practice orientated video blog list) fibreculture (Australian centred new media email list) Australian Network Art and Technology (ANAT) sent to Association of Internet Researchers list sent to Museums Australia networks sent to Museum 3.0 group sent to Australian Screen Production and Education Research Association list sent to School of Media and Communication research list sent to B.Comm Honours students sent to B.Comm honours alumni video vortex email list College of Design and Social Context, RMIT Australia Council Circus Oz various Facebook networks Design Research Institute (RMIT)
CIRCUS VIDEO ARCHIVE MEETS WEB 2.0 – OPPORTUNITY TO JOIN AN EXCITING INTER-DISCIPLINARY TEAM THE PROJECT: The Circus Oz Living Archive: developing a model of online digital engagement for the performing arts The successful applicant will have demonstrated capacity in any or all of new media, networked media, online video, interaction design or participatory and social media. In addition you… Read more →
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All: write 500 writes and send to David by October 1.
As a prompt or proposition for all to write to: The living video archive as an interdisciplinary problem The aim is for each of us to write 500 words, from the point of view of what we are bringing to this project in terms of our disciplinary practice and grounding. … This should help us provide something formal that describes what the project might become, as well as helping identify things in common and the differences that matter – positively and negatively.
Adrian: register domain Adrian: set up project blog David: set up project management system Laurene: confirm RMIT regulations/requirements for APAI All: contribute to GoogleDoc for September meeting