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Luise Griffieth March 12, 2010 at 8:14 am

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Michael Pokocky April 8, 2008 at 12:07 pm

I am making these posts in support of this idea Jay and there is a lot and all you need is imagination because as the last post says all you need is a simple digital camera and push video. I had tried one and it was only $125 Cdn for it.

Michael Pokocky April 8, 2008 at 12:05 pm

‘Train of Thought’
http://video.on.nytimes.com/?fr_story=e96950e6101ff1eca3a6a56fc25ace2ecbfc96bb
About The Animated Life

Jeff ScherJeff Scher is a painter who makes experimental films and an experimental filmmaker who paints. His work is in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art and the Hirshhorn Museum, and has been screened at the Guggenheim Museum, the Pompidou Center in Paris, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and at many film festivals around the world, including opening night at the New York Film Festival. Mr. Scher has also had two solo shows of his paintings, which have also been included in many group shows in New York galleries. Additionally, he has created commissioned work for HBO, HBO Family, PBS, the Sundance Channel and more. Mr. Scher teaches graduate courses at the School of Visual Arts and will be joining the faculty at NYU Tisch School of the Arts Kanbar Institute of Film & Television’s Animation program in the fall. He lives in Brooklyn with his wife and two sons.
quoted from the article,
“Jean Cocteau once said, “Film will only become art when its materials are as inexpensive as pencil and paper.” I am excited to think that this has practically come to pass. Capturing video impressions can now be as spontaneous as writing or drawing. This film was shot with a digital still camera in the “movie mode” and it still amazes me that something the size of a bar of soap can produce motion pictures.”
Link to Jeff Scher’s Web Site | http://fezfilms.net/

John McLaughlin April 7, 2008 at 4:07 pm

The simplest of technology now allows the little guy to become the king of his hill, overnight.

Now Video content, humor, and just plain old hanging out together (like it used to be sitting on the front porch talking to the neighbors passing by) – forget the design and glossies, it’s all about relating now.

Relating and relationship building are king – as we apply easy-access, extremely low cost Video to connect.

Powerful Relationships – So what’s required?

Trust – others trust what you offer for value and fun and you’ve won the new game of relating and business with your video clips. While networking and especially while doing business, should you continue your old-school “push” techniques to get your point and offer across, lacking accountability, lacking trust, as observed by others, your days are numbered.

Trust – sincerity, competence, and performance excellence are simply obvious when present and there is a stink in the air when not.

John McLaughlin, Day Traders – Consultant / Coach
http://www.DayTradersWin.com

Andrew Deal April 7, 2008 at 2:01 pm

Great post. It fits what we are working on at CelleCast.

I wrote about it here right before we launched as well.

http://fourthspeaker.com/2007/10/01/andrew-opines-in-talkers-magazine/

Sherman Mohr April 7, 2008 at 11:16 am

Jay,

Thanks again. Your insight and sharing has opened up the possibilities for more value, time, and connections. I took action and published a quick ad on the realpeoplerealstuff site and one thing I noticed…..it only took literally three minutes or so.

Keep em coming!

Sherman Mohr
Turning Online Activities into Local Results

Amadou M. Sall April 7, 2008 at 10:04 am

A hugely insightful, forward-looking post, as usual.
The ball is in our court, now. Let’s seize the opportunity!

Jay Deragon April 7, 2008 at 6:34 am

Amazing!

Michael Pokocky April 7, 2008 at 5:57 am

I found this to add to the conversation.
http://tinyurl.com/4u6phe
Web Network TV: It Slices! It Dices!
By DAVID BAUDER
The Associated Press
Monday, April 7, 2008; 12:00 AM
retrived April 7, 2008 7:55am, washingtonpost.com

…[CBS believes the online content does not steal away TV viewers. Smith noted how the CBS Sports Web site has spikes in users while the network is showing NCAA tournament basketball action, meaning many people are checking out something on the computer the same time as they’re watching a game.

“They are massively complementary,” Smith said. “People do not watch the same thing on the Net as they do on television.”]….

obviously this idea you explain is right on the mark Jay.

Michael Pokocky April 6, 2008 at 6:50 am

Well Jay when you put it like that then it becomes really interesting.

I believe the Internet is art. People read less and watch more. The blogging era is now dominated by media giants and tradtional media channels have just opened their doors to blogging.

But once again you see the next mountain broadcast and that is a whole different ball game.

And in the Blink of an eye the tipping point has jolted the www but few have felt it because they are too focused on what is in front of them.

INTERNET AS ART, WELL ITS JUST MY WAY OF SAYING THAT I PREFER WATCHING THAN READING. WITH THE TECHNOLOGIES OUT THERE AND FREE TOO IN MANY CASES YOUR IDEA MAKES SENSE. HOW? THE HOW WILL REVEAL ITSELF. THE SECRET IS IF YOUR READY JUMP.

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