Last Saturday saw the campus taken over for Edge Hill's winter Graduation ceremonies and I was there to see the Real Jenny Barrett graduate. We've been streaming graduation ceremonies live online since Summer 2008 - I blogged about the use of eStream at the time - and the system has worked very well and allowed … Continue reading YouTube Live Streaming Graduation Ceremonies
Sites like Facebook, Twitter, MySpace , LinkedIn, Orkut, Zorpia, Flicker, twicpic, yfrog and YouTube.etc, are social media sites designed to share information such as who and where you are and what you are doing, photos and video. This is a comical example of how information is shared using social media sites to tell the Digital … Continue reading Protect your digital identity and information on social networks
A christmas version of the story of the three little pigs and the bad wolf. The Three Little Pigs are trying to escape the Big Bad Wolf on Christmas...with disastrous but hilarious results, they decide to... Cert: PG (I don't want to upset the kids.) 😉
Continuing my very occasional series of videos from unusual lectures, here’s a clip from a Math(s) class at Biola University: Via The University Blog.
A (very) quick look back at the Google story over the last 11 years. From Stanford to Mountain View and around the world, featuring many different products, starting with BackRub (Search) up to Go.. Excellent video covering the origins of the most powerful company in on-line media today.
University LipDub has taken University campuses across Continental Europe, Brazil and Québec by storm over the last year! Karine Joly and Mike Richwalsky mentioned it on Twitter the other day which got me looking at some of the examples. One of the best - from l'Université du Québec à Montréal - has been featured on … Continue reading University LipDub: do it, do it, do it!
Google Wave was launched on the 28th May, 2009 at the ‘Google’s I/O Developer conference’ in San Francisco. It has been developed by a team working in Sydney, Australia. Which consist of two brothers, Jens and Lars Rasmussen and has Stephanie Hannon as the lead project manager, all of whom were previously involved in Google … Continue reading Google Wave is coming soon! – Part I
This video came up on my feed reader when it was posted (I subscribe to Michael Wesch's channel) but for some reason I didn't get around to watching it. But the internet has a funny way of bringing good stuff back to you so happily Ewan McIntosh posted about it yesterday giving me a second … Continue reading Better late than never
Tags are being used by more and more websites. They're everywhere. Look at the top of this post, its been tagged (by me). Look to the sidebar, a tag cloud (more about these later). Chances are if you use any social networking site or web 2.0 site, you'll have used, seen and interacted with tags. … Continue reading Tag me
A bit of light entertainment since it's less than a week until Christmas*: This video was taken down from YouTube when the copyright holder of one of the photos objected to not receiving credit but it's back online now for everyone to see. There's much debate as to whether it really was breach of copyright … Continue reading The Bubble is Back!