Links for 15 July 2009

  • D’log :: blogging since 2000 » Spezify – “Spezify has just launched with an impressive and different take on delivering search results. It’s primarily a visual search-engine aimed at designers and creatives, but also slips in relevant text and audio links”. Wow. This is nice
  • (beta) – You can upload videos to using FTP and if the connection drops out then you can resume (within 10 mins). This may be useful when working somewhere with a potentially iffy connection
  • Shift Happens by Mark Ball – “In January I was privileged to be invited to Perth by the Department of Culture and the Arts to participate as a Major Production Fund panel member and to meet with arts organisation to discuss the potential opportunities brought about by the rapid proliferation of Web 2.0 technologies, in particular Social Media tools”. Mark Ball, ex of Fierce and the RSC, now of LIFT talks arts and social media
  • Chart: Who Participates And What People Are Doing Online – Plotting creators, critics, collectors, joiners, spectators and inactives across the generations. Not perfect, but interesting
  • Melonz Magazine – Produced by 3rd year media students at Birmingham City Uni. There should be some actual real life copies around Birmingham somewhere

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