July 16, 2006

Rhythm Beating Silence: iCommons vids

Musicians and videographers RBS - Rhythm Beating Silence, came to the Rio iCommons from Israel. They shared their own video work there, and also shot video from the event. Their clips are posted online here!

July 12, 2006

Aula 2006 Videos Posted

Aula 2006 videos posted! A great number of fascinating short speeches on social technology from a mostly intimate setting. Most all the speakers appear there, a few of the video clips haven't made it yet - they're presenting some capture challenges.

If you have the right software, the Quicktime files look better. And they're available for download so you can make what you will of them!

June 26, 2006

iSummit '06: Cory Doctorow: Involving Yourself in WIPO

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From the iCommons iSummit in Rio de Janeiro, June 2006, Cory Doctorow describes his experience with the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), hinting how average users and citizen journalists can have a big impact at seemingly monolithic untouchable institutions.

June 25, 2006

Gilberto Gil drinks free beer

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Brazil's Minister of Culture Gilberto Gil partakes of "Free Beer" - brought to him at the iCommons iSummit in Rio de Janeiro June 2006. A collaborative filming/editing done with Creative Commons licensed footage, and posted on dotSub for subtitling.

June 24, 2006

iSummit '06 Opening Panel - Gilberto Gil

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iSummit '06 Opening Panel - Lawrence Lessig

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Stanford Law Professor Lawrence Lessig speaks during the opening panel of the Creative Commons iSummit 2006 in Rio de Janeiro.

June 23, 2006

iSummit '06 Opening Panel - Joichi Ito

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Footage from the opening session of iSummit 2006 in Rio de Janeiro - Joichi Ito speaks about the status of efforts to internationalize Creative Commons.
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April 16, 2006

Open Source Physical Objects: Limor Fried and her x0xb0x Synthesizer

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Open Source Physical Objects: Limor Fried and her x0xb0x Synthesizer - a conversation between hacker/artist Limor Fried ("Lady Ada") and Joi Ito with Phil Torrone of Make Magazine. Fried talks about her popular x0xb0x synthesizer kits, and the increasing elaborate revisioning of the product that's coming from her users. With Ito and Torrone, she proposes that this is a promising model for "open source physical objects" - extending the permitted hackability of software to hardware. This is an interview from South by Southwest: Interactive, in March 2006; the camera was held by Merci Hammon, the editor was Justin Hall, and Joi Ito was the executive producer - this is part of a series of videos released online from that event under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 license.

March 14, 2006

Joi @ SXSW 2006 March 12

One evening's interviews with people in Austin, Texas for South by Southwest: Interactive. Here Joichi Ito interviews Eric Steuer of Creative Commons; Wagner James Au, of Second Life; Mike Hudack of blip.tv; Trei Brundrett with Forward Together (Mark Warner); Doc Searls; Halley Suitt of toptensources.com. The camerawork and editing by Merci Hammon and Justin Hall. This is the first experiment sharing video from Joichi Ito's travels and conversations in technology culture.

February 28, 2006

welcome to joi.tv

Joi Ito travels a lot, when he's at home, and when he's on the road. Around these travels he's assembled a few folks to help him record videos.

This site will pull together those various folks and their moving images!


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