Enjoyed this Australian Trailer for their new Channel ten network
identity - suspect it's even BETTER if you know the actors well.
Seen this done over here too a couple of times - it's incredibly powerful when a channel does manage to get all its big names together like… Continue
Added by Carole Dunlop on January 28, 2010 at 13:18 —
- coming to a PC/ Mac near you soon. All views will be welcome. Watch this space...
Added by Arvind Salwan on January 28, 2010 at 12:00 —
The first of many such offers, no doubt, but barely 12 hours after Apple announced it, the industry-leading… Continue
Added by Ewan McIntosh on January 28, 2010 at 10:00 —
Maxipad, it should have wings... Steve Jobs can't have forseen the abuse this new Apple toy is having - this one is ahead of the game… Continue
Added by Colin Gilchrist on January 28, 2010 at 9:24 —
iPad launch - Guardian
reports industry response.
Added by Arvind Salwan on January 28, 2010 at 8:00 —
After an eagerly awaited and much heralded product launch, the new iPad has been unveiled to an unsuspecting (actually, suspecting would be more accurate) world. It's been fun watching the grand unveil and responding to this to Media Guardian
on behalf on a client, all in real time.
Added by Arvind Salwan on January 27, 2010 at 20:19 —
I recall my acoustics Professor defining noise as unwanted sound. Which is which depends on your viewpoint. It is not obvious. Contexts change and lives change. My introduction to jazz was painful: my preferred music these days is jazz.
The same applies to design. One person’s classical perfection is another’s post modern nightmare. It is not the case that an opinion can only be voiced if it is professionally qualified. The truth about… Continue
Added by Sam Cassels on January 27, 2010 at 14:22 —
Watching Jonathan Dimbleby’s otherwise excellent programmes on Russia. He was at a BP base in Siberia when he drew a contrast between the industry there and the oil and gas industry in the UK.
"For Britain oil was a tiny part of our wealth
,” he stated.
Wrong on two counts, I believe. Firstly, North Sea oil and gas was not a tiny part of our wealth by any measure I know. Secondly, North Sea oil and gas is most… Continue
Added by Ken McEwen Public Relations on January 26, 2010 at 9:00 —
Film in Practice: Heroism in Contemporary Art and Cinema
Glasgow based art collective The Mutual present a day of screenings and debate in CCA5 for the Glasgow Film Festival. From film aficionados to aspiring Spielbergs our event unites a broad cross section of the city’s vibrant and prolific creative practitioners. Presenting the freshest film work by emerging artists alongside wonderful works from our media partner LUX the day comprises a staggering seven films… Continue
Added by Amy Birchard on January 25, 2010 at 23:00 —
i have been working with Scot films Uk for a while now, as the make up designer and to a lesser extent coming up with promotions idea's and just general chat with Bill.
The movie revenge is currently seeking funding, all set to go I am really looking forward to this and feel its a positive step for the scottish industry.
Check it out:
Added by James Clark on January 25, 2010 at 14:21 —
Here at Blipfoto, we've been looking into the "Web3
" concept. The question seems to be - how can a social media website bring real people, into a digital space, and then together again in the real world? The answer: Bliptogether
The Blip event held this weekend… Continue
Added by Meagan Dechen on January 25, 2010 at 11:35 —
Hi everyone. I've posted an invitation to quote for a service - 38 Minutes seems like a good place to put it, particularly as it's web service provision. A standard Scottish Enterprise form should be attached to this post, containing full details of the project. I'll cross-post to Wanted - don't give me a hard time for this! :)
All the best!
(Please note, the following pdf has been amended from my posting on… Continue
Added by George Falconer on January 22, 2010 at 16:00 —
Picking up on Kieran's "For visual thinkers" post earlier...
I like Doodle for pulling together meetings. (OK, most 38 min'rs will have heard of it, but if I can help just one person today I'll be happy)
Particularly useful if, like me, you work for a bigger organisation with its own mail server, and you need to arrange a meeting with a mix of internal and external people.
Added by George Falconer on January 21, 2010 at 14:58 —
Hot on the wings of James May's terrific Lego experiment - I loved the short-life slippers - here is a clever bit of Lego social marketing.
Added by Arvind Salwan on January 21, 2010 at 9:00 —
For anyone who is visual in their planning out their online strategies, the free web app bubbl.us is a great way to put graphs together really quickly. It really helps me plan and keep track of various campaigns.
Added by Kieran Flanagan on January 20, 2010 at 22:22 —
Just passing on some information; this seems like an interesting opportunity for site developers or location based iPhone apps developers...
It seems this fund
has had a low uptake in the North East.
"Tourism businesses in the north east of Scotland are being urged to help put themselves on the map by using an untapped funding package.
VisitScotland’s Growth… Continue
Added by George Falconer on January 20, 2010 at 16:37 —
...particularly for parents who want to know more about the creative industries. My son is making subject choices shortly, so it was at the front of my mind when I saw this site from CC Skills (Creative and Cultural Skills), the sector skills council. What a great resource www.creative-choices.co.uk
...and no, I'm not astroturfing... :)…
Added by George Falconer on January 20, 2010 at 15:48 —
Scouts have achieved their Photography badges after taking part in a workshop at Blipfoto.com, the BAFTA award winning photo community.
Six youngsters from 11th Leith (Broughton) Scout group went to Rocket Visuals, the studio behind Blipfoto.com in Leith recently for an evening which included a professional photoshoot, a tutorial on imaging software and a break-out area with lots of delicious treats. They learned skills including… Continue
Added by Nicola Sinclair on January 20, 2010 at 9:46 —
24-hr media and Parliament
Informed, personable although somewhat smug, here's your chance to listen to Nick Robinson's views on the media's influence and points on issues including:
Is 24-hour news good for politics?
Are we excluding the public from political… Continue
Added by Arvind Salwan on January 20, 2010 at 8:00 —
- a daily photo journal site, has teamed up with New Media Scotland
to present a unique - open to all you 38 Minuters - event this saturday (23rd January).
The users of Blipfoto's blogging platform have collaborated to create a project linking their "blips" - photographic entries - across the digital… Continue
Added by Meagan Dechen on January 19, 2010 at 15:00 —