1. 9/10


    from Lucas Murgida / Added

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    A cabinet was constructed and left on a sidewalk in New York City. I was hidden inside and not reveal myself until someone assumed possession and brought the cabinet from the public space to a private space. Often the city seems to be ours alone to experience and we assume that it is in turn ours for the taking. This sensibility is made evident in the U.S. by the often-quoted phrase, “Possession is 9/10 of the law.” This means that the person who is not in possession of an item must prove that it is rightfully theirs. As each of us navigates the city we perceive the occurrences that we come into contact with to be unique to ourselves. This seems rational as each person observes events from a specific vantage point. These observations become confused by the witness because s/he interprets those public experiences through the filter of the their personal histories. For example, one person sees an event to be a hostile confrontation while another will see it is a playful exchange. As we experience the city we lay claim to our interpretations and often make the assumption that things are as they appear to us to be. The burden of proof then rests upon another to prove that this is not so. Nowhere is this more evident than when something that may be private property is placed in a public space. A person is not sure how to look at the object at first, but will usually fall back on the golden rule of U.S. culture (finders keepers, losers weepers) and claim it to be theirs. I am hoping to subvert the “finder’s” personal space by claiming it to be my own public space. This project was done for the 2008 Conflux Art Festival in New York City.

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    • The Mark Of A True Craftsman: Overview


      from Alex Hamlin / Added

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      Introduction to Danner's profiles of True Craftsmen, live now at danner.com. See the first episode, a profile of master blacksmith Joe Elliot, here: http://www.vimeo.com/16449034 More profiles coming soon...stay tuned.

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      • Rejoindre le cabinet Solucom...


        from Solucom / Added

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        Process de recrutement, intégration, politique de stages, perspectives de carrière... Découvrez l'interview de Fanny Rouhet, directeur du développement RH et Laure Michel, Responsable du recrutement de Solucom.

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        • Operation Hurricane


          from National Archives of Australia / Added

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          Excerpt from the documentary film of the first British atomic bomb test. This clip, from a documentary made by Anvil Films for the British Ministry of Supply, is about Operation Hurricane – the first British atomic bomb test, conducted in the Montebello Islands 100 kilometres off the north-western coast of Western Australia in October 1952. The clip begins inside British workshops where monitoring instruments, explosion-measuring devices, documentation equipment and parts of the bomb are manufactured and tested. The final stages and countdown, including the bomb’s detonation and explosion, are recorded on the island in both colour and black and white.

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          • Argentinian Artist Lucas Rise'


            from Erik Thienes / Added

            Sans Parapluie (Without An Umbrella) is the monicker Lucas Rise' has given to his artwork. His art has been featured in publications and galleries throughout Europe, North, Central, and South America. I shot this short piece on a Canon 60D with a Steadicam Merlin, dolly, tripod, and a shoulder mount rig with a follow focus. I edited using FCP7. The music is by Milos Karadaglic.

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            • Setting up Windows 8 for a MAME based arcade machine


              from Keil Miller / Added

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              Video showing the result from completing my "Setting up Windows 8 for a MAME based arcade machine" guide found here: https://gist.github.com/keilmillerjr/7162770

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              • WEB CLIP (2 min)


                from Laurent NEAU / Added

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                • Vídeo-tutorial: "Interface USB Controllers to Arcade Control Panel" para tu recreativa (Por Mikonos)


                  from Mikonos / Added

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                  Revisión de la interface comercial para los controles de máquina recreativa arcade, donde el administrador de "Zona Arcade" Mikonos nos enseña a instalarla y configurarla en una mueble de videojuegos auténtico. La "Interface USB Controllers to Arcade Control Panel" convierte los controles de palancas y botones de la cabina arcade en joysticks USB para el ordenador mediante la sustitución del cableado original Jamma por el suministrado. Nota Importante: Tanto el sonido como el vídeo han de ser adaptados también mediante soluciones artesanas o comerciales para que se escuche y vea la imagen en el mueble recreativo "Interface USB Controllers to Arcade Control Panel" es sólo para los controles. Este vídeo ha sido realizado por Mikonos para la web: "Zona Arcade - Construye, Restaura y Decora tu Máquina Arcade y Pinball". Si desea saber más sobre este espacio y el autor del vídeo diríjase a la siguiente dirección: http://zonaarcade.forumcommunity.net/

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                  • MAKER UNKNOWN – documentary short-film


                    from CLUBSODA / Added

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                    Paul Kirchner is a furniture-maker and photographer based in San Francisco, CA. After watching an Italian film he is inspired to build himself a liquor cabinet. This is the story of the journey. Paul K's website: www.cargocollective.com/makerunknown Created by Clubsoda Productions: www.CLUBSODAPRO.com CONTACT Paul Kirchner: paul@paulkirchnerstudios.com MUSIC by GAGE: nmgage@gmail.com

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                    • Amplitube 3 review - The DSP Project


                      from Rupert Brown / Added

                      Amplitube 3 by IK Multimedia is a guitar and bass cabinet simulator I have had for awhile now. But what would a guy who cant play guitar out of a paper bag want with a guitar rig plugin? Well you turns out you don't need to rock an axe to find a lot of useful applications for this bad boy. In this review / tutorial I will walk you through the interface and give you demos of my application. You guys have asked for more audio samples in previous reviews so this time I will let you have a good listen for yourself, demonstrating 1000 presets (almost). Links to samples used / comments: http://thedspproject.com/amplitube-3-review

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