open sourcing secrecy / excellence in social media and e-inclusion / the homeless problem

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http://arbeiterring.com/books/detail/preempting-dissent/
via http://www.opensourcecinema.org/project/preempting-dissent

Open Source Cinema lets you create your own videos online, remix media that you have on your computer, as well as remix other people’s media from places like YouTube and Flickr. You can also connect […] commenting on remixes, or even joining projects that others have created.”

… which then leads the way to interesting projects such as http://www.opensourcecinema.org/project/rip2.0 or http://www.opensourcecinema.org/project/homless-nation-2010

A documentary on the effect of the upcoming 2010 Olympic games on Vancouver’s shrinking housing market, created by those most affected: the homeless. Created collaboratively with the citizens of http://www.homelessnation.org/ – an award winning website” – “the only website in the world created by and for the street community”.

& do watch the video at the website … Posterous does not auto-embed Blip, apparently, but this is the (full screen) direct link: http://blip.tv/play/AYGc2HwC + do check the EyeSteelFilm site too, e.g. via https://zaropans.wordpress.com/2010/02/06/eyesteelfilm/ ;-)

Bonus re: secrecy: http://www.standaard.be/artikel/detail.aspx?artikelid=3A2LTS0K http://translate.google.nl/

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