Monday, September 25, 2006

What's an ocean for?

I swiped this picture from Roq la Rue's website. I really love Audrey Kawasaki's work. Her "OctoGirls" is one of my favorites. You can check out more of her stuff on her livejournal.

My documentary project on Takoma Park is rounding a corner. I am thisclose to having all of my interviews done. I think that if I were to let it, the project could increase in scope exponentially. It would be cool to put together a package for another student to inherit. They could carry it for a while, then pass it to another. It would be interesting to collaborate on something that was primarily a process, not a final product.

I've decided to add more noise to the innernets by posting random clip videos made with my d. camera on YouTube. I think of it as less "exhibition", more "giving back". I'll be doing my tiny part to give production a push in the producer culture vs. consumer culture mashup.






I've been watching some Veronica Mars. I went to the Rock & Roll Hotel and saw a bar fight. Is streaming blood better than streaming video? Nah.

5 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

am i the only person who doesn't like little girls with tits? am i too conservative?

-t

9/30/2006 5:45 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

omg
post more videos of friends online
it makes me happy. even though i can't hear a word anyone's saying over the bob dylan you hippies.

how do i remove that earlier more negative posting. she's not necessarily a little girl. it's just that the chair is so big.

9/30/2006 5:54 AM  
Blogger eb said...

do you want me to erase it? I can do it, but I think it is a perfectly reasonable thing to say. I considered posting my favorite one (which is nipple-free), but I liked the birds so much...

i am working on getting more video. when are you gonna start your blog?

9/30/2006 10:12 AM  
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