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Practice as research

In this post Louise Atkinson keeps us up to date with her creative exploits. Louise has been selected for video and performance art project called Book Act, which explores the nature of a book as a time based medium. This also

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Looking forward, looking backward

The lack of posts in Week 51 is explained by the fact that the week included Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and Boxing Day so I think most people might have been quite busy doing other things maybe. Four well-organised people

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Posted in #WeeklyBlogClub summary, blogging, communicating, communities, democracy, digital technology, film/video, health services, leadership, local government, management, politics, public relations, setting goals, social media, television, working practices

Viva la vida! or Why I want you to get lost

Ben takes time to think about the times and places we need to go to get away from it all and zone in. Viva la vida! or Why I want you to get lost by Benji W

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Corporate interviews using the iPhone

Matt Bond has written more of what you can do with an iPhone* for Week 22 – this time, he experiments with recording an interview on video using one. Corporate interviews using the iPhone by  Matt Bond. *Reminds me to update the

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What’s on my iPhone: Film and Photo

For his Week 16 post, Matt Bond shares the secrets of which iPhone apps he uses on his iPhone to capture, edit and share moving and still images. What’s on my iPhone: Film and Photo by Matt Bond.

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Increasing video views

For his Week 10 post, Matt Bond has written advice on how to increase the numbers of viewers of local government films online. His suggestions could be useful to many small businesses, charities and others who use short films to

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Part 1: Cameras

Matt Bond, another first-time contributor to Weekly Blog Club, has started a series of ‘How To…’ articles to share his knowledge of the equipment and tools of communication with ‘How To Film.’ In the first part, he tackles the topic

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