Archive for May, 2008
I am putting together an article about the convergence of streetart and new technologies for the Visual Culture journal. Last week I presented in Manchester on this called: Location Location Location: streetart and online spaces – a traveller’s tale.
So I am really enjoying the Channel 4 shorts at the moment on streeart:
I didn’t realise that the government had videos on Youtube ….
here is the launch of the Byron report :
and here is something from the outtake genre of video …
funny what you come across when you aren’t trying.
Obviously, we all know vegetables are good for you:
(OMG do not make the mistake of viewing the WHOLE of this video…)
This is perhaps a new take on the ‘five a day’ rule:
As you are aware, vegetables are great for your health, but it turns out they have a great number of other uses too. Plenty more where this came from:
I am pretty sure that the ‘How to …’ format is a meme of some kind… which THE PERKLETS have heroically joined in with.
I think that the term meme is a term to be used to describe a social phenomenon but is NOT something that determines what should happen. That is to say I think a true meme evolves through and across groups, but f it is kind of DIRECTED, it does not seem like a true meme to me As in this example here.
Or am I being too purist about this? If you want to row about this check out this