Is it ok to find this funny but to feel bad for the poor somebody at ITV at the same time?
Giving it a go.
Short-form, high-quality, professional made-for-online video journalism. You don’t very often get to say that.
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Link: http://athletics.channel4.com/watch-now/key-moments/videoid=1230751/index.html .
Elvis and Candi Staton mashed-up-duet over a moving video to bring new depth to a classic.
Last 30 seconds a bit unnecessary but hey.
When the Head of Documentaries at Channel 4 recommends you watch something on the BBC, it’s a good tip.
Amazing programme from BBC Three which I read is likely to find its way to BBC One before too long.
Great - and brief - talk on the ethics of personalisation algorithms.
Another elegant idea for intelligently closing the loop between Broadcast TV and the audience.
The TV / Data romance is blossoming; everywhere and all at once.
[Update: Sorry. The player seems not to embed properly. See the video here: www.bluefinlabs.com ]
Key word is “could” but if this happens I will know for sure we are living in the future.
Interview with ‘Slinkachu’, he of the heart-warmingly brilliant micro-installations.
Use the Internet a lot? Don’t get out much? Can you still concentrate for 50 minutes?
Watch this adaptation of E.M. Forster’s prescient “The Machine Stops” from 1966. I’m surprised this isn’t better known; or perhaps it is and I’m the last to pick up on it.
Blessed is The Machine.