1. badmouth plus

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    badmouth plus A driver calmly reviews an archive of his own foul-mouthed outbursts to complete the training program of his voice-controlled augmented reality app for tracking aggressive drivers. Language NSFW. Produced by KS12 Concept: Gabriel Shalom Art Direction: Patrizia Kommerell Driver: Phil Barber ©2012 KS12 www.ks12.net

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    • Ben Hammersley: Future Perspectives

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      Transatlantic Network 2020 member, Ben Hammersley, discusses the future of cities. The British Council's Transatlantic Network 2020 programme (http://www.britishcouncil.org/tn2020.htm) connects young leaders from across Europe and North America who bring various cultural and social experiences together to act on global issues. We believe bringing these future young leaders together will strengthen mutual understanding, respect and trust between both continents. The TN2020 network focuses on three key areas: Sustainable Living; Creativity and Innovation and Building Resilience in Communities. This week in Berlin, members from various transatlantic networks will discuss the big issues for the next decade and how they will affect the world we live in. Join the conversation on Twitter (#TN2020) or Quora: What will make living in a city worthwhile in the future? qr.ae/OleM What new business opportunities will arise from the networked city? qr.ae/Olej Why are cities becoming more important than countries? qr.ae/OlZv How can we overcome the generation gap in understanding of networked society? qr.ae/OlZq Ben Hammersley, Editor at Large of WIRED magazine, is a journalist, broadcaster, photographer, and technologist. Ben is also Head of Digital for SIX Creative. He is a freelance reporter for the BBC and previously worked as the first internet reporter for The Times, where he was shortlisted for one of the British Press Awards. He has also worked as a reporter for the Guardian and UK arm of MSN. In 2006, Hammersley was embedded with both British and American troops in Afghanistan, shooting video for The Guardian as a multimedia reporter for Guardian Unlimited. The views expressed in this video are solely those of the interviewee and do not represent the opinions of any company or organization. Watch more TN2020 videos at www.youtube.com/user/Transatlantic2020

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      • Caroline Dewing: Future Perspectives

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        Transatlantic Network 2020 member, Caroline Dewing, discusses online identity and social change as part of the Future Perspectives event. The British Council's Transatlantic Network 2020 programme (http://www.britishcouncil.org/tn2020.htm) connects young leaders from across Europe and North America who bring various cultural and social experiences together to act on global issues. We believe bringing these future young leaders together will strengthen mutual understanding, respect and trust between both continents. The TN2020 network focuses on three key areas: Sustainable Living; Creativity and Innovation and Building Resilience in Communities. This week in Berlin, members from various transatlantic networks will discuss the big issues for the next decade and how they will affect the world we live in. Join the conversation on Twitter (#TN2020) or Quora: Which positive online behaviors can we bring offline into the workplace? qr.ae/​wEpi How does the mobile industry see itself as accelerating change in society? qr.ae/​iZ5q What lessons can wealthy countries learn about wealth from poor countries? qr.ae/​wEXm What consequences do multiple online identities have on professional life? qr.ae/​wEIz Caroline Dewing is Senior Communications Manager in Group External Affairs at Vodafone. She began her career at Vodafone UK, where she was responsible for business and technology PR, and went on to be part of the team which developed and launched controls designed to protect young people from inappropriate content. Prior to her current role, Caroline was part of the Vodafone Group Corporate Responsibility team where she focused on the socio-economic impact of mobile, especially in Africa and India. Before joining Vodafone Caroline spent eight years in Hong Kong as a PR consultant. The views expressed in this video are solely those of the interviewee and do not represent the opinions of any company or organization. Watch more TN2020 videos at youtube.com/​user/​Transatlantic2020

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        • Chasing the Buffalo

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          What balance of order and chaos inspires us to be creative? How does the spirit of online collaboration translate to physical space? What lessons do open design principles hold for the future of society and sustainable production? "Chasing the Buffalo" begins a conversation on these topics and invites your participation (twitter hashtag #chasingthebuffalo) This video was created at the DMY Maker Lab DMY Design Festival Tempelhof Airport, Berlin, Germany 9 - 13 June 2010 Directed and Edited by Gabriel Shalom Produced by KS12 Title Design by Patrizia Kommerell Assistant Editor: Annika Bauer Analog Motion Graphics: Annika Bauer, Veronika Ruppenthal, Patrizia Kommerell, Gabriel Shalom Contributions: INTERVIEWS Luis Berríos-Negrón Pippin Wigglesworth-Weider Sally Musleh Jaber Travis Meinolf Fiona van de Geijn Christpher Doering Philip Stefan Ela Kagel Clemens Gammer PHOTOS Annika Bauer Christopher Doering Gianfranco Chicco KS12 Matt Cottam Mendel Heit Tracy Rolling-Brunar Travis Meinolf MUSIC Uncle Lew 'Little Wolf' The Years 'In The Crowd' B-Ju 'Philly Run' Ergo Phizmiz + Margita Zalite 'Rolands Vegners' The DMY Maker Lab was chaordinated by Jay Cousins, Gabriel Shalom, Michelle Thorne, Pedro Pineda, and Luis Berríos-Negrón. Special thanks to the event sponsors: Etsy, Dutch DFA and Becks The DMY Maker Lab was made possible by the Berlin Beta Collective, Open Design City, Betahaus, Palomar 5, Premsela, Waag Society, and DMY. For the full list of participants see: http://www.od10beta.info/dmy-maker-lab/ continue the conversation: twitter hashtag #chasingthebuffalo 2010 CC Attribution-Noncommercial 3.0 http://www.creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/ join our Flickr group: http://www.flickr.com/groups/dmymakerlab/

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          • Complicated

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            Cornelia and Holger Lund of the Stuttgart-based media art gallery Fluctuating Images asked me to contribute a music video for the “Vidos” DVD release to accompany the new solo album “Dos” from Michael Fakesch. The CD/DVD combination release is a tried and true format for Fakesh; in 2004, as a member of Funkstörung, he assembled a who’s who of international designers when releasing the “Isolated” DVD as a companion to the CD “Disconnected” album on !K7 Records. Patrizia Kommerell and I had purchased some vintage microfiche reader equipment in 2006 for an installation project and had always wanted an opportunity to use the characteristic look and feel of the devices for another function. After scrapping several narrative treatments, we settled on a purely graphic concept which combined analog motion with digital postproduction. Our production technique was to use the microfiche reader’s generously-sized viewfinder apparatus as a means for controlling the motion of graphic elements placed inside. The result was a number of single takes in which I danced the apparatus in time to Fakesch’s music, achieving a number of organic takes which would all contain a natural relationship to the rhythm of the song. The video material was composited along with select pictures from our archives. We chose images which depict obsolete analog communications and media technologies, adding to the vintage flair of the well-established analog aesthetic. The resulting unique visualization of the song clashed the electronic sounds with analog images in a satisfying manner, while also allowing glimpses of the video-making process to peek through the graphics. Directed & Edited by Gabriel Shalom Music by Michael Fakesch Production design by Patrizia Kommerell Produced by KS12 www.ks12.net

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            • Delivered in Beta

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              Delivered in Beta an immediated autodocumentary How are social media changing design? What is the value of a prototype? How are work and play merging? Where is design headed in the 21st century? "Delivered in Beta" begins a conversation on these topics and invites your participation (twitter hashtag #od10beta) this video was created during the Open Design Workshop at the Betahaus as part of Social Media Week Berlin 2010 http://de-de.facebook.com/event.php?eid=413357915719&ref=mf conceived and edited by Gabriel Shalom photo editing and titles by Patrizia Kommerell produced by KS12 ( http://www.ks12.net ) contributions photos: Alex Qureitem, Christopher Doering, Tracy Rolling-Brunar, Michelle Thorne videos: Gabriel Shalom, Nadine Freischlad, Philip Steffan music: "2% (aka rent)" by callow "the overly distorted truth about your power distribution" by edison "elbow" by pauk all songs from the monome community remix project special thanks to the workshop organizers and participants, and to the sponsors Jovoto, Modulor and Betahaus continue the conversation: twitter hashtag #od10beta 2010 CC Attribution-Noncommercial 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/ join our Flickr group: http://www.flickr.com/groups/od10beta/

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              • Early Stage

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                Why is Portland an interesting place to create a startup? How can we understand entrepreneurs and software engineers to be a new creative class? What roles do story and performance play in the creation of an enterprise? Following the true story of a group of aspiring startups in the Portland Incubator Experiment (PIE), in the context of Portland’s creative and technology ecosystem, KS12 presents Early Stage, a Video Sprint in collaboration with PIE which starts a conversation on these topics and invites your participation. A Video Sprint http://www.videosprint.net produced by KS12 http://ks12.net Produced during the 2012 class of the Portland Incubator Experiment http://www.piepdx.com at Wieden + Kennedy http://www.wk.com/incubator Featuring the 2012 PIE companies: Marshall Kirkpatrick, CEO, Little Bird http://getlittlebird.com Michelle Rowley, Founder, Code Scouts http://codescouts.org Gabriel Shalom, Creative Director, KS12 http://ks12.net Trent Peterson, Founder, App Thwack http://www.appthwack.com Aaron Raddon, CTO, Lytics http://lytics.io Kyle Banuelos, CEO, Stublisher http://stublisher.com Including interviews with: Andy Baio, Organizer, XOXO Festival http://xoxofest.com Barb Stark, Director of Culture, Cloudability http://cloudability.com Michael Richardson, Co-founder & Technical Product Manager, Urban Airship http://urbanairship.com Renny Gleeson, Global Director of Interactive Strategies, Wieden + Kennedy http://www.wk.com Amber Case, Co-Founder & CEO, Geoloqi http://geoloqi.com David Embree, CEO, Athletepath http://athletepath.com Robin Jones, COO, Geoloqi http://geoloqi.com Brad Feld, Co-Founder & Managing Director, Foundry Group (via Skype) http://www.foundrygroup.com John Jay, Global Executive Creative Director, Wieden + Kennedy http://www.wk.com Dave Yewman, President, Elevator Speech http://elevatorspeech.com Directed and edited by Gabriel Shalom Designed and produced by Patrizia Kommerell Production Assistant: Kris Cantrell http://cargocollective.com/kriscantrell Second Camera: Jason Roark, Don't Act Big Music "Lamplighter" and "Acre Lux" by Campfires, © 2012 Jeff Walls http://campfiresmusic.com CC 2012 BY-NC KS12 See the full Demo Day pitches: Little Bird – http://youtu.be/nMEszxmY1mQ Code Scouts – http://youtu.be/Pz3ZUOeHz3E KS12 – http://youtu.be/MN5lfsiix0I App Thwack – http://youtu.be/pJblzg1iB7M Lytics – http://youtu.be/aSWkrMt8QV8 Stublisher – http://youtu.be/9H7icwS79Cg continue the conversation: Twitter: #earlystage Quora: www.quora.earlystage.videosprint.net www.earlystage.videosprint.net

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                • Fail Safe

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                  Fail Safe How secure must we be to take risks? Does anonymity play a big role in how you behave online? What is the difference between losing and failing? "Fail Safe" begins a conversation on these topics and invites your participation ( twitter hashtags #failsafe and #failcon ) This video was created at the Fail Conference in Berlin, Germany on 7 May 2010, an event by PALOMAR5 ( http://palomar5.org ), YOUR NEIGHBOURS ( http://yourneighbours.de ) and KS12 ( http://ks12.net ). Directed & Edited by GABRIEL SHALOM Produced by KS12 Assistant Editor ANNIKA BAUER Title Design by PATRIZIA KOMMERELL Interviewees Kwela Sabine Hermanns Adam Rice Ole Seidenberg Jay Cousins Contributions Street Interviews and Photos by LAURENT HOFFMANN and GEORGIANA TUGUI Drawings by Event Participants Music PAUL B. DAVIS "Put It Down" PROFI BROS "L.A. Gears" NINE INCH NAILS "1 Ghosts I" 2010 CC Attribution-Noncommercial 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/ join our Flickr group: http://www.flickr.com/groups/failcon continue the conversation: Twitter hashtags #failsafe and #failcon

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                  • Future of Art Interview: Aaron Koblin

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                    Aaron Koblin gave us some impressions on the following questions for the Future of Art project: Are there networked aesthetics which can be visually identified? How will moving images change in the next 20–30 years? What do you think about this word “user-generated content”? Do you identify with the current artistic trend to shift away from product towards process? What indicators are there of a digital renaissance? http://emergence.cc

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                    • Future of Art Interview: Caleb Larsen

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                      Caleb Larsen gave us some impressions on the following questions for the Future of Art project: Are we headed towards an era of ever-increasing commodification in art? How is the word curator being used or abused to describe the aggregation of content in social networks? Did a specific experience inspire you to use humor in your work? Do the multiple aspects of your artistic practice give you a sense of fractured identity? Is there new technology to which you feel an attraction which you haven't used yet in your work? http://emergence.cc

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