Last nights Panaroma on the BBC posed the question "should child 'fight videos' on the net be policed?". The programme highlighted a growing trend for young people posting videos featuring violence and bullying on the site. Much of the content was horrific and disturbing and it is right we are asking questions about if this … Continue reading Controversy over YouTube videos
I wonder if any lecturers at Edge Hill have any strange rules like Dr Strong's requirement that any student whose mobile phone rings get up and sing a song... Via Technosailor.
When people ask me when they should use tables, my stock answer is "for tabular data". I think I'll make an exception for this one. Warning: turn volume down or your brain will turn to jelly! Via Ajaxian.
Answers on a postcard... I wonder how much time and effort it takes to make a video like this. Is it the kind of thing Edge Hill could produce? Via Mike Huntington.
Video has been one of the big success stories over the last couple of years - YouTube, Google Video and other services have exploded in popularity, fuelled by widespread access to broadband and social networking websites allowing video to spread virally. Most of the videos are good entertainment - most music videos and many TV … Continue reading Straight from the horse’s mouth