Archives for June 2009

Warming to iMovie '09






I have just compiled a section of my tutorial story “Affected for Life” using iMovie ’09. I’m warming to it. I began this exercise because the free download of iMovie HD is no longer available from the Apple site and attempts to install it on a new MacBook brings up an error message because iMovie […]






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Some thoughts on things I’ve seen for June 23rd from 23:09 to 23:09: BBC – Viewfinder: No more bright sunny days – The end of Kodachrome – a sad day. In this blog entry Phil Coombes captures something of the magic of using 35mm film – now all but lost in the millions of pixels […]






DS4 Festival of Digital Storytelling 2009 cribsheet






DS4 Festival of Digital Storytelling 2009 cribsheet. Here’s the summary of the DS4 Festival posted by my friend Gareth Morlais on his blog Aberth Digital Storytelling.






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Some thoughts on things I’ve seen for June 18th from 10:38 to 10:38: Short films saved for posterity – I an similar move the digital stories made in the BBC English Regions project “Telling Lives” were handed to the National Media Museum In Bradford. Over 350 stories were told by BBC listeners and viewers in […]






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Some thoughts on things I’ve seen for June 16th from 20:46 to 20:46: Department for Culture Media and Sport – final report – Digital Britain – the report. his will either open u[p a whole new range of opportunities for community based broadcasting – or it will be a shambles. Only time will tell. I […]






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Some thoughts on things I’ve seen for June 1st from 12:31 to 12:31: Online video more popular than blogging and social networking – Brand Republic News – Brand Republic – This is a very interesting and revealing piece of reporting. It demonstrates the opportunities presented to digital storytellers. There is an audience out there willing […]