Home movies form the Mutascio Family of Jamaica Plain, MA 1939-1963 Contains moving images of Centre Street, Horse Riding the Jamaicaway, Jamaica Pond, Sledding, a wedding, Franklin Park Zoo. Fleeting moments captured on film. Coutesy of Rick Minot Photography by Samuel Minot Video Transfer and Sound by Steve Garfield For the Jamaica Plain Historical Society
This time Millie can't get a stuck spoon out of the dishwasher silverware basket, can't open a bottle of mouthwash, can't get the hand lotion out of a bottle, and can't open an Advil bottle. She needed pain relief but the Advil bottle thwarted her! This time Steve explains the steps to take to open each bottle and Millie tries again to open each one. Watch the video to see how she does!
Here's a quick look at the Harvard Berkman Center for Internet and Society's live streaming QuickTime broadcast implementation. The webcam is attached to the wall and features a remote zoom control. There are multiple microphones built into the conference table that automatically capture the person who is talking. There are lots of talks happening at Harvard all the time. If you can't attend in person, you can attend virtually online. There's also an online chat. Sometimes the sessions are also streamed into Second Life.
Media Berkman features conversations with and talks by leading cyber-scholars, entrepreneurs, activists, and policymakers as they explore topics such as the factors that influence knowledge creation and dissemination in the digital age; the character of power as the worlds of governance, business, citizenship and the media meet the internet; and the opportunities, role and limitations of new technologies in learning.
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Here's the video of Jay's complete talk, produced by Colin Rhinesmith. Recently Rebecca MacKinnon spoke about starting a new media workshop in Hong Kong! You don't even have to be in Cambridge at Harvard to attend these sessions... You can even watch in Second Life...
It's cool that the Berkman Center at Harvard is inviting the world into these sessions... Previous sessions are archived over at Media Berkman.
This video was recorded with an Nokia N93 cellphone and edited in QuickTime Pro. Credits were created in iMovie, exported and then pasted into QuickTime pro. The file was then exported as 640x480, 320x240 and .3gp for cell phones.