Tag: Seesmic

  • Online art show: Timeframe

    So I went for a virtual walk through the online Timeframe video-art exhibition currently showing on Seesmic, and what did I find? Well for a start, fascinating pieces that are clearly the beginnings of something other than the ‘funniest video’ type format usually found on YouTube, and which … you can bet your bottom dollar…

  • TimeFrame – an online video art show now open

    I posted two days ago about Christi Nielsen and her innovative art show called TimeFrame which has just opened using the Seesmic video platform. TimeFrame will be showing for the next 72 hours or so. Here’s the thread which will continue to update as the hours roll by. Check in and join in if you…

  • Time Frame: a 3 day virtual art show on Seesmic

    Now here’s something to lok out for this coming weekend. LA-based artist Christi Nielsen has organised a virtual art-show on the video platform Seesmic. The interactive nature of the platform means the 10 artists and who knows how many viewers, will be able to view and comment on the varied artworks and the comments themselves.…

  • Utterli appropriate: tools for a new gen of citizen journalists

    I’m impressed by the growing slew of portable device apps that make it possible for bloggers and social commentators to post their reports across platforms online or via their mobile phones. Enter Utterli (formerly Utterz) and now Seesmic for the Nokia N95. Last month, I watched the Democratic National Convention via a feed that had…

  • Hello, my name is Dramagirl, and I’m a webaholic …

    Several of my latest posts here have focused on the flood of social networking sites I’ve been attracted to during the past few months. In fact, an entire theme has developed with these often apologetic posts. I’ve been a bit whiny really, using the sad excuse that such play aka experimentation is all grist to…

  • Interaction, Conversation, and Reflection

    Image via Wikipedia Yes it’s been ages; my regular posting pattern has disappeared, and visits have dropped away. Those readers loyal enough to stay with me would have read between the lines of my last post some 3 weeks ago. It was a guilt-trip that I laid on myself for exploring a slew of social…