Tag: youtube

  • Large Hadron Rap

    Katherine sent this to me some time ago, but I never could find the email. Her husband showed it to me today. Love… it…. I’m such a nerd. 🙁

  • Causal Stupidity

    Image via Wikipedia I remember as a kid, my parents restricting television and video game use because they would both make me stupid and violent. They worked too hard, so I had plenty unsupervised time to violate the rules. Plus no force would make me do homework. The past half decade has seen a resurgence […]

  • YouTube

    Finally got over my YouTube issue…. Basically, the upload form said files were limited to 100MB. That’s like 1 minute for the default settings of my Canon Elph (640×480 @ 60 fps). So I end up not having to use longer videos I shot. Until I found Google Video had a downloadable tool to push […]

  • YouTube

    Finally got over my YouTube issue…. Basically, the upload form said files were limited to 100MB. That’s like 1 minute for the default settings of my Canon Elph (640×480 @ 60 fps). So I end up not having to use longer videos I shot. Until I found Google Video had a downloadable tool to push […]

  • Namboozo

    Andy pointed out Tshila this morning. Its by and for a former computer science student we knew at Valdosta State. Namboozo is the only song to work for me, but I am really impressed. The poetry works and impressed me. He also pointed out the videos for Namboozo and Scientific Love on Youtube.

  • Here Comes Another Bubble

    Satires are an appropriate use of web2.0. What is the theme of web3.0? tag: bubble, web 2.0, blogging, millionaires, Facebook, crash, venture capital, blue shirts UPDATE: Boo! Video has been pulled. New version to appease the photographer.

  • Blogs in Plain English

    YouTube Video tag: culture, blogs, youtube

  • links for 2007-10-30

    Still Not A Blog » How to make a Ninja mask out of a t-shirt (tags: DIY holidays) Mayor to Ease Permit Rules for Capturing City’s Image – New York Times (tags: photography law) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_y36fG2Oba0 “Rooters” (tags: humor)

  • False Panacea

    I ran across Jon Udell’s post on The once and future university which pointed to Mike Caulfield’s post with the video (Transcript). Technology, I think, is a false Panacea. The role of information technology is to better aggregate information for whatever it is we do. Such aggregation draws disparate sources together, but the sources fail […]

  • SW: The Carbon Freeze Sequence

    Ever wanted to know what geek children did in the 80s? This is just like what I did (only done by adults and for a movie). The Carbon Freeze Sequence UPDATE: Originally I tried to post the YouTube video with the object and embed tags. However, it seems LJ prohibits the use of object and […]