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ARTS2090 Week 5 Blog – 3D video blog on archives and ‘Archive Fever’.

Click this link >>> Video Blog link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iIHT699fPic

ARTS2090 Week 5 Blog – 3D video blog on archives and ‘Archive Fever’.

ARTS2090 Week 4 Blog – 3D video blog on assemblages.

I only just realised I had uploaded the vblogs for weeks 3 and 4 to YouTube, but had not provided the link here, so apologise for that.

Click this link >>> Video Blog link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MPJbziS-tps

ARTS2090 Week 4 Blog – 3D video blog on assemblages.

ARTS2090 Week 3 Blog – 3D video blog on modes of publishing and ‘paywalls’.

I only just realised I had uploaded the vblogs for weeks 3 and 4 to YouTube, but had not provided the link here, so apologise for that.

Click this link >>> Video Blog link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BkTwdU3A8_U

ARTS2090 Week 3 Blog – 3D video blog on modes of publishing and ‘paywalls’.

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ARTS2090 Week 2 Blog – 3D video blog on publishing

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ARTS2090 Week 2 Blog – 3D video blog on publishing:

So this is my first Blog entry which is for Week 2 – and I thought I would do it in 3D, just to keep things interesting and of course, demonstrate one of the newest forms of publishing media. So if you have a 3D TV or even a pair of those old-school red and blue cyan glasses handy, you can click the 3D settings at the bottom of the screen there and watch this in 3D.

Ok, so i’ll begin with the Wikipedia definition of publishing which is, “the process of production and dissemination of literature, music, and information … or in other words, the activity of making information available to the general public.” (Wikipedia, 2013)

This is exactly what I’m doing right now, so if let’s say, God-forbid, Wikipedia goes down, people will still have access to a definition of publishing.

Another interesting thing I got out of the Wikipedia page was the section describing the process of publishing. It gave a pretty good overview of how unpublished works go from proposal stage all the way to final distribution.
I never really had any idea of what royalty percentages may be for the author and agent and so I found that part particularly enlightening.

A number of the steps given, however, are somewhat becoming obsolete with the abundant availability of new digital media such as e-readers and of course the smart phone I’m using right now to record this 3D video.

A number of the other readings for the week also discussed this issue in one form or another, which seems to be an over-riding theme to many of the media subjects I’ve studied so far in my media degree.

Ok that’s it for now and I’ll catch you all next week.