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Futurist Speaker Gerd Leonhard: Technology is not WHAT we seek but HOW we seek #digitalethics



Who is Mission Control for humanity? Has technology become too much of a purpose? How will be re-humanize technology?

This is a short excerpt from my keynote at Springsplash Helsinki 2019, see https://youtu.be/a-Z9VyMh1HM for the full version.

This Helsinki talk is on “Technology and Humanity – the next 10 years”. The future is no longer an extension of the present. The more we connect to technology the more we have to protect HUMANITY. Science fiction is becoming science fact, gradually then suddenly! Download the slides as a PDF via GerdCloud.com or https://gerd.io/2XoCHls

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Does Jeremiah 29:11 Apply to Me?



To find out more about if Jeremiah 29:11 applies to you, check out the article that accompanies this video at WordBoard.org (https://www.wordboard.org/jeremiah29v11).

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Futurist Gerd Leonhard on stage #5: how computable are we? #techvshuman



Are humans just technology? Downloading our skills? Uploading our brain? Just how computable are we? Can we be expressed in data?

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If you enjoy my videos and talks, please take a look at my recent book “Technology vs Humanity” http://www.techvshuman.com or buy it via Amazon http://gerd.fm/globalTVHamazon – the book is available in English, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Korean and French (and more to come soon)

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Why Does Paul Forbid Women to Preach to Men? (1 Timothy 2:12)



To find out more about why Paul forbids women to preach to men, check out the blog article that accompanies this video at WordBoard.org (https://www.wordboard.org/1timothy2v12).

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Streetfilms University: How We Make Effective Films



For the last few years, we have been giving the Streetfilms University seminar at colleges and conferences. From Harvard to Long Beach, audiences have been excited about learning how we make the transportation films we do, from behind-the-scenes tips to how to avoid the mistakes we have made.

Now for the first time we have compiled a truncated 25 minute Streetfilms University lesson. Filled with video clips, stills and lists of advice there is much to take in here for the beginning filmmaker as well as the person who is just curio as to how we make effective films. Perhaps one day you’ll be lucky enough to get to experience the hour plus program, but until then get something to eat and sit back and hear from Clarence Eckerson Jr, the Director of Streetfilms, on how we get it done.

And visit www.streetfilms.org to watch any of our 500 Streetfilms and to download them right off Vimeo to use in your own work and presentations using the Creative Commons 3.0 license.

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WordPress for Dummies 4: Embed Flickr image or Vimeo Video in WordPress



This is for people who are newbies to WordPress. The newbies to whom this movie was addressed were students in a course on cultural heritage and microhistories. You can ignore the detailed references to this specific context. Everyone, whatever their context, wants to have images or movies on their blog. This movie shows you how to have images and videos show up on your blog but be residing in places that are external to WordPress, such as Flickr or Vimeo or YouTube.

The movie is 6 mins long and takes you through the process of finding the “embed code” for your image or movie on the host site, and pasting that embed code into your WordPress blog post.

If you are not the creator, make sure you have permission through Fair Use, Public Domain, Creative Commons or from the author to display the media item on your blog.

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The making of CARTINI ANIMATI – how to make recycled paper



OGG STREAMING: http://www.archive.org/download/MofCartiniAnimati/MOFCartiniAnimati.ogv
MPEG2 file (912.3 MB, DVD compliant): http://www.archive.org/download/MofCartiniAnimati/MOFCartiniAnimati.mpg
ENGLISH SUBTITLES: http://www.archive.org/download/MofCartiniAnimati/03-MOFCartiniAnimati_EN.srt

This backstage video is a documentary on the production of CARTINI ANIMATI, http://www.vimeo.com/24535418 , an animation about recycling paper, made by 70 Italian kids (5-7 year old).

It’s divided in 5 chapters:
1. How to make recycled paper in the classroom
2. What happens if you use mixed waste instead of just paper?
3. How to improved differentiate waste collection.
4. How to tell others our discoveries with an animation

This video is part of an Italian school project called “Esperimenti di cinema” that consists in making animations. The production is focussed on creativity and collaboration.
To know more see the project website (mainly in Italian): http://g-raffa.eu/Cinema_a_Scuola

It’s published with a Creative Commons License BY-SA 3.0 Italia.
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/deed.it

It’s produced using Free Open Source Software:
Video Capture: Kino and dvgrab http://www.kinodv.org
Editing: CinelerraCV http://www.cinelerra.org
Operating System: Ubuntu http://www.ubuntu.com/

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How to use Creative Commons media in a video



In this video I show you how you can use easily free creative commons media for your video projects.

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Theory of Machines by Scott Buckley – www.scottbuckley.com.au licensed under CC-BY (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)
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License: CC0 – Public Domain
(https://pixabay.com/de/videos/lava-lampe-licht-lampe-silber-glas-2818/)
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License: Open Font License
https://fontlibrary.org/en/font/montserrat
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Websites where you can find Creatice Commons media:

Photos:
-http://www.pixabay.com
-http://www.unsplash.com
-http://www.pexels.com
-http://www.foter.com
-http://www.commons.wikimedia.org
-http://www.flickr.com/creativecommons

Music:
-http://www.freemusicarchive.org
-http://www.jamendo.com
-http://www.incompetech.com
-http://www.starfrosch.com
-http://www.soundcloud.com/search/sounds

Videos:
-http://www.pexels.com
-http://www.pixabay.com
-http://www.vimeo.com/creativecommons
-http://www.pond5.com/free
-http://www.archive.org/details/movies
-http://www.archive.org/details/prelinger
-http://www.videezy.com

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Pool Game Gone Wrong



This video was created in my DTC 435 class at Washington State University Vancouver in Spring 2020. The objective of this project was to create a video of a conflict between 2 characters. My characters of choice are pool balls. The main point of the video is the white ball hits the striped balls around and the solid balls are fed up with it and try to teach the white ball a lesson. The objects were created in Autodesk Maya. I also used Maya to render the images to create the image sequence for the video. The creation of the composition was created in Adobe After Effects. The sound was found from Creative Commons files on Freesound.com.

My initial idea was to incorporate a pool stick to be added in the video, but with the stick interfering with the camera. How I came up with this video that I created was one of my favorite table games, Billiards. When playing the game, I noticed that the white ball is the one hitting all of the other balls, therefore making the white ball like a bully to the other balls. With that thinking I thought it would make a good conflict in a video. If I had to had more time with the video, I would have had the pool balls do a chase scene around different objects found in a game room. I would have added more objects to the scene in the background, but I thought it would be distracting to the camera movements.

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The Noise Under the Stairs



The Noise Under the Stairs

A kid playing video games hears a mysterious noise coming from under the stairs!

Made for:

The First and Last Corman Quarantine Film Festival.

@rogercorman and #CormanChallenge.

Liam Isaac as Kid
Lec Zorn as Guy Under Stairs

Director, screenwriter, producer, director of photography, casting director: Lec Zorn

Editor, Sound Effects, Credits Designer, Assistant Camera: Liam Isaac

Music: “Bit Quest”, “Volatile Reaction”, “Who Likes to Party” by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0

Filmed on Location in:
Carmel, Indiana

Copyright 2020 Lec Zorn Productions

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