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At the 24/7, a DIY Video Summit, hosted at the USC campus. Great agenda overall with lots of thought leaders in the space, including Howard Rheingold and Larry Lessig. It’s a three day smorgasbod of video goodness for academics and videophiles. I’m just stopping through a few Saturday sessions that are open to the general public.
The first really interesting tidbit I’ve heard is that there are more hours of content on YouTube than in the entire history of network television. In just two years. And that’s just YouTube.
Do you have any fave DIY videos?
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