Tag Archives: video

Candidates saying cyber, now with more music

Building on the previous cyber-supercut, here’s a new video that incorporates all the cybers from all of the general election debates, both Presidential and Vice-Presidential, set to music from Mr. Robot. By popular demand: here's the presidential and VP candidates saying "cyber" with Mr Robot music in the background pic.twitter.com/wL3XbAp4HG — Parker Higgins (@xor) October […]

Supreme Court Data (2015)

Here’s a supercut of all the mentions of the word “data” in last week’s Supreme Court Oral Arguments in Evenwel v. Abbott, a case addressing the question of whether the “one-person, one-vote” principle of the Equal Protection Clause allows states to use total population data instead of voter population data in apportioning legislative districts. Turns […]

HOWTO: One big file from a YouTube playlist

In celebration of the 40th anniversary of the release of Born To Run, I decided to watch Cory Arcangel perform his classic Glockenspiel Addendum. He’s posted videos from a 2008 concert to YouTube, so it should be no problem, right? Well, the version he posted is in eight parts. Fine for YouTube, but I don’t […]

Computer Chronicles: Internet

Who says online users are a bunch of anti-social geeks? That’s the Icon Byte Bar in San Francisco, one of the first six or eight “electronic cafes” to open in the mid 1990s, according to rec.food.drink.coffee. And this is another episode of the PBS program Computer Chronicles, where today we’re talking about the Internet. First […]

Media literacy and #Ferguson livestreams

I’ve been glued to the news unfolding in Ferguson, Missouri all this week. There is a movement growing as a lot of ugly forces in American life are becoming impossible for a certain mainstream to continue ignoring. At the same time, it’s been really remarkable from a media perspective: a lot of the story built […]