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== Project Timecode! ==
 
== Project Timecode! ==
  
Please help us make videos for Cambridge Community Television!  All you need to do is:
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Please help us make highlight videos that will be shown on Cambridge Community Television, at other public access stations, and everywhere on the internet!   
  
-Note changes in the topic of class discussion/lecture
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All you need to do is:
  
-Write down the approximate time (e.g., 15 minutes into the lecture) of these changes
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-Note changes in the topic of class discussion/lecture, interesting quotes, etc.
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-Use an external player to note the time (exact is best) of these instances. (i.e. hr:mm:ss)
  
 
-Post your recordings [[Video Timecode|here]].
 
-Post your recordings [[Video Timecode|here]].
  
 
Thanks!    --[[User:Kwan Bul|Kwan Bul]] 21:12, 25 September 2006 (EDT)
 
Thanks!    --[[User:Kwan Bul|Kwan Bul]] 21:12, 25 September 2006 (EDT)

Revision as of 05:51, 26 September 2006

The Mailing List

If you are interested in connecting with other at-large participants please join the CyberOne at-large participants mailing list.

At-Large Student Projects

At-Large Second Life Meeting Transcripts

Here is the transcript from our meeting on Sunday, 9/24

At-Large Participants' Discussions!

After a great meeting on Sunday, September 24 (Thanks to the instructors!), a number of participants expressed a desire to meet again in Second Life for a more in-depth review of the assignments. Answering the call of the instructors for at-large leadership, there will be an informal discussion on Sunday, October 1 at 5:30 EST on Berkman Island. Everyone is welcome to attend.

The discussion will try to center on the following readings:

Anthony Appiah, Cosmopolitanism. Read this version published in the New York Times. Yochai Benkler, The Wealth of Networks. Pages 1-16 only. John Perry Barlow, A Declaration of the Independence of Cyberspace.

This matches the first readings for the course. All readings are available through the course website. If you have specific topics and/or questions you think we should address, post them here on the Wiki under the At-Large heading.


Project Timecode!

Please help us make highlight videos that will be shown on Cambridge Community Television, at other public access stations, and everywhere on the internet!

All you need to do is:

-Note changes in the topic of class discussion/lecture, interesting quotes, etc.

-Use an external player to note the time (exact is best) of these instances. (i.e. hr:mm:ss)

-Post your recordings here.

Thanks! --Kwan Bul 21:12, 25 September 2006 (EDT)