People of the Web
--very well done short video profiles of interesting people online. Mike Rogers of blogactive
is on the front page now. Links to previous profiles are on the right, including Kirk Cameron, Caleb Shikles, Sherman Austin, and Josh Wolf.
by kunosher, and just one of a growing group of videos on youtube created by the signing deaf. Many more here
--from the personal to the political to videoblogs
to deaf poetry jams
to the news
--video art for your iPod, from Artnode Denmark
Pentagon to Soldiers: Don't Post those Trophy Videos Online ... another said it made him feel good to bring the gruesome reality of a soldier's life in Iraq to those living safely behind their "clean, white picket fences at home".
...the taking and posting of trophy video served as some kind of relief from the psychological stresses of serving as a soldier in such a violent and acutely dangerous place. ...
and from PBS' Mediashift: Your Guide to Soldier Videos From Iraq
STEWART: You know what's interesting, though? You're as big a dick on your show as you are on any show.
Just one tiny bit of a very memorable Crossfire
on CNN. Guest is of course, Jon Stewart,
one bright spot in our media cesspool, even though they seem to be clueless that he's parodying them.
very fitting quicktime piece (9 meg, NSFW
--offensive language/attitude) concerning the upcoming Republican Convention. Links to RNC Not Welcome, and Counterconvention, but i don't think it's something they created. And a torrent here.
In His Own Words
-- just in time for
Quicktime Friday, Bush's own words, from 2003's State of the Union
matched with more appropriate and now-historic imagery than a man standing behind a teleprompter and podium. (Warning: some graphic stuff inside.) Realplayer version available here. and perhaps because not everything deserves the lighthearted jibjab treatment.
The Living Room Candidate
--more than 250 political ads aired on TV since 1952 covering each election from Stevenson/Eisenhower thru 2000 (in wmp or real formats). And, as an added bonus, the Desktop Candidate,
covering web ads for this election cycle. All brought to you by the American Museum of the Moving Image