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June 05 2015

Der kleine Mann im Bundestag: Vorratsdatenspeicherung | extra 3 | NDR

Viele SPD-Abgeordnete werden der Vorratsdatenspeicherung nur unter Androhung von Schlägen zustimmen. Der kleine Mann versteht das nicht und fragt im Bundestag nach.

Autoren: Jakob Leube, Tobias Doell 

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June 04 2015

Bargeld in Gefahr? Diskussion um Abschaffung
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May 22 2015



Video Bonus aus dem Magazin – Zwischen Sterni und Schulle

Dieses Video ist Bonusmaterial aus dem Magazin mit Fotos aus Athen, Belgrad, Berlin, Bremen, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Hannover, Köln, Kopenhagen, München, Münster, Neapel, New York, Nürnberg, Osnabrück, Stuttgart und Wien.

Desweiteren gibt es Bilder Australien, Holland, Italien, Neuseeland, Portugal, Spanien. Zudem liegt der Fokus noch bei Freunden wie Clik, der Eqt Crew, Fawts, Kid Rue, Radicals und Slam.

Insgesamt sind 250 Fotos auf 72 Seiten zu sehen, die mit 30 min Videomaterial unterstüzt werden. Das Magazin findest du in deinem gut sortierten Shop oder auf Stylefile.de

Die Preview dazu gibt es hier: issuu.com/zugwang/docs/rot_preview_01

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August 28 2014

Water Light Graffiti by Antonin Fourneau, created in the Digitalarti Artlab

The "Water Light Graffiti" is a surface made of thousands of LED illuminated by the contact of water. You can use a paintbrush, a water atomizer, your fingers or anything damp to sketch a brightness message or just to draw. Water Light Graffiti is a wall for ephemeral messages in the urban space without deterioration. A wall to communicate and share magically in the city.
More pictures and details on Digitalarti : digitalarti.com/wlg

Water Light Graffiti is a project of Antonin Fourneau (atocorp.free.fr/)
Engineer : Jordan McRae
Design Structure : Guillaume Stagnaro
Graffiti performance : Collectif Painthouse
Assistant team: Clement Ducerf and all the Artlab volunteers
Artlab Manager: Jason Cook

Filming: Sarah Taurinya & Quentin Chevrier
Photographs: Quentin Chevrier
Music: Jankenpopp (soundcloud.com/jankenpopp)
Editing and titles: Formidable Studio and Maïa Boumpoutou

Support : Ville de Poitiers, Centre Culturel Saint Exupéry, Mairie de Paris (10th district)

Contact, exhibitions and artwork rental : services@digitalarti.com
More creations from the Artlab : digitalarti.com/artlab

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Tangible Orchestra

An orchestra one can walk through:

Tangible Orchestra is an interactive installation that brings electronic dance music combined with classic instruments to life in a three-dimensional environment. Individual tracks are placed into independent, interactive cylinders that are scattered across the project space. These cylinders have a sensory system that notices people in proximity and play for as long someone is nearby.

The cylinders create an individual listening experience – depending on the number of attending people and their position within the project, different instruments are activated and join the musical piece. Walking through the installation not only means to activate instruments that contribute to the whole piece, but to dub the piece with every step: Depending on the listener’s position and the distance to the speakers that rest within the cylinders, the relative strength of all instruments shifts.

Picaroon 2014

More info: picaroon.eu/tangible_orchestra.html

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August 08 2014

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Illegal Spying Below: Activists Fly Anti-Surveillance Airship over NSA's Utah Data Center

To celebrate the Fourth of July, EFF teamed up with Greenpeace and the Tenth Amendment Center to launch an airship (yes, you read that correctly) over the NSA's sprawling data center in Utah. Acclaimed filmmaker Brian Knappenberger documented our campaign in a short, powerful video. Check out the video and share it with your friends.

See whether your lawmakers have taken a stand against spying athttps://standagainstspying.org

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August 06 2014

Going Dark: The Final Days of Film Projection


Hollywood is forcing theaters to either go digital or go dark. Studios have decided they will no longer send out film prints of new releases after 2014, eliminating the need for a 35mm film projectionist in most theaters. Going Dark profiles two projectionists during their last days on the job.

DIRECTORS: Jason Gwynn & Jay Sheldon
PRODUCER: Jason Gwynn [vimeo.com/jasongwynn]
EDITOR: Jay Sheldon [vimeo.com/jaysheldon]
SHOT BY: Jay Sheldon & Jason Gwynn
ORIGINAL SCORE: Jonathan Paulsen

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Going Dark was shot in Oklahoma City, OK at the Penn Square Mall over the course of one month in Oct. 2012 by a crew of two on a micro budget.

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June 21 2014

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plastic bottles into plastic rope 
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June 20 2014


Endlich fuer Englisch das, was ich auf Deutsch unterrichte: wie es wirklich gesprochen wird. Ich hab ur viel falsch gesprochen auf Englisch bisher! Viele Aha-Momente! 8 Minuten die sich lohnen.
Of course this is only true for a certain sub-circle (see 21accents)
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May 23 2014

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Net Neutrality [RAP NEWS 25]

RAP NEWS 25: NET NEUTRALITY [S02:E05]. Having covered conflicts in distant lands, we now turn our attention to our own native homeland, the Internet; where the battle for the hypersphere has reached new heights, as netizens take up arms against Telcoms and the FCC, to preserve the fundamental ethos that made the Internet what it is today: Net Neutrality. What is Net Neutrality, and why is it so important to the future of the Internet? Find out by joining Robert Foster as he takes a whimsical trip into the World Wide Web, with its founder Tim Berners-Lee. Let's just hope no shady mega-corporatist, elite oligarchic malefactors pop up to mess with us on the way...

Written & created by Giordano Nanni & Hugo Farrant in a suburban backyard home studio in Melbourne, Australia, on Wurundjeri Land.


Beat "The Gate", by our awesome homies Dam Moroda. Check the original instrumental here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VAv_5...
Written by: Mangohig/McGregor
Administered by: Universal Music Publishing Pty Ltd (used with permission)

Thanks to Louis Gunderman for coming on board again to impersonate Mark Zuckerberg
World Wide Web animations by Rap News fx-wizard, Jonas Schweizer (aka Kookybone)
Filming and video-editing assistance by Damian Tapley.
Image assistance by Photoshop ninja Zoe Tame: http://www.visualtonic.com.au
Rad props provided by Gilles Gunderman
Production assistance by Lucy Cahill.
Captions syncing by Koolfy from http://nurpa.be.
Wigs styled and costumes provided by Rose Chong http://www.rosechong.com
Thanks to David Rawlinson for enlightening conversations about net neutrality.
Video and music editing by Giordano.

All acting by Hugo & Giordano. All vox by Hugo

Write to the FCC to defend net neutrality: https://dearfcc.org

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Dutch translation by Jonas Maebe
Danish translation by Frederik E-C
German translation by F.L. Bremen
Portuguese translation by Euclides Filho

If you would like to translate our episode into your language contact us via our website www.thejuicemedia.com/contact

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May 08 2014

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Net Neutrality in the US: Now What?

Video script and better formatted version of the links below can be found on my blog: http://vihart.com/net-neutrality-in-t...

Politicians love when you personally contact them! It is a fact. If you're not in the US, make sure your local government considers this state of affairs an embarrassment for the US, not something to model your own rules on.

List of FCC commissioners and their twitters, emails, blogs, instagrams, etc: http://www.fcc.gov/leadership

Don't know how to contact your representative? Find out who they are and let them know you're watching them!http://whoismyrepresentative.com/

Comment form for proceeding 14-28 "Protecting and Promoting the Open Internet"

Comment form for proceeding 14-57 "Applications of Comcast Corporation and Time Warner Cable Inc. for Consent to Assign or Transfer Control of Licenses and Applications"

The above proceeding has 

List of all proceedings available for comment:http://apps.fcc.gov/ecfs/hotdocket/list

General "open internet" FCC inbox: openinternet@fcc.gov

whitehouse.gov petition for net neutrality in general:https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/peti...

whitehouse.gov petition for reclassifying broadband as common carrier, specifically: https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/peti...

Once you have a whitehouse.gov account, you can sign petitions about all sorts of things you care about! 

There's a rally in Washington DC on May 15 2014 if you're around:http://act.freepress.net/survey/DC_Ma...

Learn more about all this stuffs:

Court case ruling cable internet as an "information service" rather than "telecommunications service":http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National...
Communications act of 1934, describing common carriers under title II: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Communic...
Telecommunications act of 1996, including Title V, the CDA:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Telecomm...
Communications Decency Act, part of the Telecommunications act of 1996, which protected ISPs from liability:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Communic...

The FCC's Open Internet Order 2010:
Verizon had the above overturned in 2014 as not applying to non-common carriers:

A couple other attempts at net neutrality things:

Data on internet speed from study "The Cost of Connectivity":http://oti.newamerica.net/publication...

Terms to know
Antitrust law: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_S...
Cartel: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cartel
Common carrier: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Common_c...
DMCA: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DMCA
FCC: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Federal_...
Game theory: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Game_theory
ISP: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISP
Monopoly: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monopoly
Net neutrality: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Net_neut...
Oligopoly: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oligopoly
Telecommunication: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Telecomm...

Also see these other videos on the topic:
BlinkPopShift: http://youtu.be/bzUuOscaDbI
CGPGrey: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wtt2a...
Extra Credits: http://youtu.be/wQtiIazfoQM
Hank Green: http://youtu.be/mc2aso6W7jQ

Thankyou Emily Eifler and Christopher Hart for their advice!

This video is Creative Commons non-commercial share-alike.

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May 06 2014

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Internet Citizens: Defend Net Neutrality

Tell the FCC to reclassify broadband internet as a title II common carrier telecommunications service: http://goo.gl/xHnB4n
Also: http://goo.gl/kZ3RLV
Discuss this video: http://www.reddit.com/r/CGPGrey/comme...


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April 22 2014

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Volksfront Gegen Europa: Was hat die EU je für uns getan?
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Written & Directed by: Stephan Zlotescu
Director of Photography: H1
Original Music: J-Punch - itunes.apple.com/us/album/true-skin-soundtrack-ep/id591191251
Producer: Christopher Sewall
Manager: Scott Glassgold / IAM Entertainment


An N1ON Production

News and updates @ facebook.com/N1ONFILMS

February 25 2014

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What the government could do with that Location Data

Take Action: https://www.aclu.org/GPSAct

Law enforcement is taking advantage of outdated privacy laws to track Americans like never before. New technologies can record your every movement, revealing detailed information about how you choose to live your life. Without the right protections in place, the government can gain access to this information -- and to your private life -- with disturbing ease.

As long as it is turned on, your mobile phone registers its position with cell towers every few minutes, whether the phone is being used or not. Since mobile carriers are retaining location data on their customers, government officials can learn a tremendous amount of detailed personal information about you by accessing your location history from your cell phone company, ranging from which friends you're seeing to where you go to the doctor to how often you go to church. The Justice Department and most local police forces can get months' worth of this information, without you ever knowing -- and often without a warrant from a judge.

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February 20 2014

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