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Promo: Beach Walks with Rox

Posted by Zadi Diaz on Thursday, June 7th, 2007


Beach Walks with Rox #443 - New Media at Pixelodeon

Our friend Roxanne Darling from Beach Walks with Rox will be flying in from Hawaii to lead a session at Pixelodeon on standard practices for media aggregators. Be sure to stop by her session on Saturday at DIY Tech and say Aloha!

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Promo: RyanIsHungry- Jon Phillips

Posted by Ryanne Hodson on Wednesday, June 6th, 2007

I posted a cool interview with one of our Keynote Speakers, Jon Phillips, over on RyanIsHungry. Check him out!!

We’re constantly thinking about sustainability- in the environment we live as well as in the way we work and produce media. Creative Commons is a non-profit organization trying to change the way people use copyright and licensing for media and intellectual property. Instead of the traditional “all rights reserved” model for distributing works, Creative Commons continues to educate creators about the advantages that come with the “some rights reserved” model.

Jon Phillips is an artist, educator, open source developer and Creative Commons evangelist who loves to school companies and the general public on the freedom that can be created by a true participatory culture. A culture of sharing and respectful negotiation between maker and taker. Catch Jon speaking at The First Annual Pixelodeon Festival, June 9-10 at The American Film Institute in Los Angeles.

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Promo: SMP Films

Posted by Ryanne Hodson on Wednesday, June 6th, 2007

Youtubers in the house!!! Thanks Corey!

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Promo: Noodle Scar

Posted by Ryanne Hodson on Tuesday, June 5th, 2007

The Noodle Scar crew will be in full effect at Pixelodeon!

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Promo: Next To Heaven

Posted by Ryanne Hodson on Monday, June 4th, 2007

I just learned that Rob Parrish of Hopper Video and Next To Heaven fame will be attending Pixelodeon! Hurrah!

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