How to use the government’s surveillance cameras in UK to make your own music video — The Get Out Clause shows how

June 16, 2008

News: Several friends have sent me this video, and I’ve been meaning to blog it. It’s video compiled by the British government’s surveillance cameras of a band that purposely shot themselves in front of the videos to make a music video. It turns out in England a citizen has a right to obtain such surveillance video taken of them from the government. The band is called the Get Out Clause, and the song and video are very cool! The lead singer sounds a little like Chris Martin of Coldplay.


Val’s Art Diary demonstrates new YouTube “annotations” in

June 16, 2008

News: YouTube has launched a new feature called “annotations” that allows user to write text overlays in videos, as well as enable linking within videos to allow you to click through to several different videos. Val’s Art Diary uses the annotations to discuss the Arnolfini Marriage painting. Check it out!