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Buffy vs Edward Remix Unfairly Removed by Lionsgate

Buffy vs Edward unfairly removed

UPDATE: On January 10th, less than 48 hours after I published this blog post, I received a one line email from The YouTube Team stating simply “The content has been reinstated.” No explanation or other information was provided. But Buffy vs Edward is now back on YouTube and can be viewed here. The copyright infringement “strike” also appears to be gone as […]

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A Brief History of Subversive Remix Video Before YouTube

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An article and video collection I put together was recently published in the Open Access journal Transformative Works and Cultures. The full piece entitled “A history of subversive remix video before YouTube: 30 political video mashups made between World War II and 2005″ is licensed under creative commons and can be viewed for free online via the TWC website. I first […]

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Buffy vs Edward: HTML5 Pop-Up Video Edition

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Last year I used the HTML5 <video> element combined with the PopcornJS framework to dynamically display source media data in separate boxes around my Donald Duck Meets Glenn Beck remix as the video played in real time. This time around I was interested in exploring ways to layer data directly on top of the video […]

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Building an HTML5 Video Remixer Web App

This post originally appeared on genderremixer.com on September 16th 2011 The 2011 Open Video Conference at New York Law School was devoted to “builders, tinkers, makers, and doers” and with that in mind I was excited to lead a session (entitled Building a Better Remix Maker) which focused on creating intuitive, accessible open tools to […]

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CCCB Lab Interview on the Remix Video Ecosystem

CCCB Lab Interview on the Remix Video Ecosystem

A short video interview I did with CCCB Lab in Barcelona (Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona) during my recent 2011 speaking tour in Spain. I was asked to speak about remix video as a political tool and if I think there are any ethical boundaries for remix artists. I also talk briefly about the […]

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