Some cool social media integration images:
… outside the Box *20
Each day my concerns grow as to how things are framed and presented – be it within a social, political, personal or universal context.
What I mean to say is, that with the advent of digital instant technology, each time we record and view the reality around us – it has an immediate effect on our views and understanding of that which is captured – unlike previous forms of recordings and communications, which had time lags, to allow for refection and integration.
This is not necessarily a good or bad thing, just something which seems to have inherent within it implications – we perhaps have not yet come to fully understand.
How does one move outside the boxed effects of TV, computers, paintings, photographs… in not only relationship to their physical reality – its flat 2D x 3D illusion – but also how it frames our psychological, emotional and spiritual worldviews.
In this series, I began to take seemingly random shots of the pavement while walking. Within this supposed randomness, I began to notice that a story – an event – had taken place referenced by the imprints and articles left behind. More importantly, the story was still in progress. It was due to this that it got me thinking about this boxing in effect – of how we tend to frame and manipulate things to fit within our own personal worldview.
Of course, it could be argued that I also framed these shots – and that would be true. However, it is somehow in how these elements – within the frame – dictate the context – the idea – of the image that go beyond its obvious content, which began to fascinate me.
How social media supports mainstream media – iJumpTV #36
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( more info: ijump.tv/ ) … We talk with Regan Cunliffe of Throng.co.nz about how they’ve changed the way people watch TV, their plans for social network integration, and the kind of content that works best.This video was originally shared on blip.tv by audaciousgloop with a No license (All rights reserved) license.