Sessions at Mozilla Festival 2012 about audiovideo-mozfest on Saturday 10th November Full Festival Day

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  • (103) Interactive Storytelling with Zeega

    by James Clement Burns, Kara Oehler, Jesse Shapins and Zeega

    Zeega is an open-source HTML5 platform that came out of the idea that people should be able to make interactive stories on the internet without having to program. We don’t believe technical knowledge or budgets should be a constraint for exploring the creative possibilities of the web. Zeega’s team of journalists, documentary artists and creative technologists will share Zeega's latest tools and work with participants to create interactive experiences with original and web-based audio, photos, videos and text. For hackers, there will be a breakout session to explore the Zeega application ecosystem, from Backbone Boilerplate-based frontend apps to the core API.

    At 10:00am to 1:00pm, Saturday 10th November

    In 1. Floor, Ravensbourne

    Coverage video

  • (903) Second Screen Prototyping

    by Mark Boas

    Second Screen Applications extend and enhance content information streams and synchronize alternative content on and via portable devices (the second screen).

    Join a complex and fascinating discussion and prototyping session among a diverse group of experts and interested parties, discussing and demonstrating second-screen concepts. We'll be generating a lot of creative content together - paper prototypes, sketches, blog posts and resources for exploring demos and other inspirational second-screen work.

    Session finale will involve identifying new technologies, possibilities and proposing solutions for creating new second-screen applications.

    Take-aways:

    • Jam with professionals from different news organizations and tech companies
    • Preview innovative demos like: Simon Klose's 'Linkontrol' for The Pirate Bay AFK documentary
    • Document our findings
    • Create an online, post-festival working group to maintain momentum, evolve our network, and follow up on our best concepts

    Who should come?

    • journalists, developers, experts and anyone interested in second screen technology

    At 10:00am to 2:00pm, Saturday 10th November

    In 9. Floor, Ravensbourne

    Coverage write-up

  • (602, Webmaker Bar) Make Something Awesome with Webmaker

    by Atul Varma, c, Chris McAvoy, John Bevan, iamjessklein, Mike Larsson, Sunny Lee, Jacob Caggiano, Andrew Hayward, emgollie, Doug Belshaw, chris_appleton and Nikos Roussos

    [NOTE: This session will be happening both on Saturday and Sunday, same time, 10:30am]

    We all know how awesome the web is, and we want to show you how easy it is to become a part of it.

    Come learn to express yourself with Thimble, make an interactive video with Popcorn, or remix a web page with X-Ray Goggles. Bring your own laptop, or use the computers provided at the Webmaker Bar.

    You'll get a crash course on Webmaker tools and projects, plus the opportunity to give feedback to our team of web scientists.

    Mozilla is committed to moving millions of people from using the web to making the web. Come play with us, and stake out your own corner in the most epic human experiment ever, (the world wide web)!

    At 10:30am to 12:00pm, Saturday 10th November

    In 6. Floor, Ravensbourne

  • (605) Hacktivate Youth Laboratory

    by leahatplay, Radio_Rookies, Hive Learning NYC, GlobalActionProject, MOUSE and REV-

    Team up with other teens and educators to develop materials and resources about open source concepts and making cool stuff on the web. Drop by the Youth Laboratory and get hacktivated.

    Here are some of the organizations and projects who want to work with YOU:
    * Global Action Project Mozfest Timeline—Contribute to a large paper timeline that chronicles MozFest—then help make it digital.
    * WNYC Radio Rookies—Learn some key digital reporting skills and help create DIY videos to help youth create their own digital media projects.
    * REV-/People's Production House—Learn how to become a peer educator and teach others to use and create with Popcorn Maker.
    * MOUSE—Which tools, activities, games or illustrations would you design to help teach other youth about how the web works?

    At 11:00am to 1:00pm, Saturday 10th November

    In 6. Floor, Ravensbourne

  • (605) Super Heroes of Mozfest—An Exposé

    by Hive Learning NYC, REV-, GlobalActionProject, MOUSE and Radio_Rookies

    Superheroes of MozFest is a gripping three-minute video about a new species of humanoid—the Webmaker. This collaboratively-produced video montage provides insight into the webmaker’s habits, characteristics, and habitat by profiling a handful of individuals participating in MozFest, an annual gathering that attracts hominids interested in learning about, and playing with, the future of the World Wide Web.

    Join other teens from WNYC Radio Rookies, Global Action Project and REV- to remix footage from nature docs, interview characters from within the halls at Ravensbourne and help tell a story about MozFest unlike any other previously told.

    At 11:00am to 5:00pm, Saturday 10th November

    In 6. Floor, Ravensbourne

    Coverage video

  • (602, Webmaker Bar) Bedroom Broadcasting: How to be a Sassy Talking Head

    by Amy Schmittauer

    Develop your charismatic Vlog Host personality and learn how to plan, present and edit intelligent, inspiring or just plain compelling content and commentary - and learn how Popcorn Maker can help you to pull it all together with style and verve!

    Session attendees will then be able to take their personal strategy forward and work on video blog projects at the Maker Bar throughout the Festival.

    Take-aways:

    • attendees can work on their 'Producer chops', while gaining a better understanding of programming content, maintaining voice and themes and how to add an individual flair to their projects that will earn audience approval.
    • attendees will also come away with a better understanding of why an open web is so important for free speech, freedom of information and to support DIYourselfers everywhere

    Who should come?

    • Media Makers, Journalists, storytellers, Vloggers, Podcasters, pros, amateurs and enthusiasts alike

    Session notes: http://etherpad.mozilla.org/talk...

    At 1:00pm to 2:30pm, Saturday 10th November

    In 6. Floor, Ravensbourne

  • (101) Web Documentary Manifesto

    by Kara Oehler, Jesse Shapins, Ingrid Kopp, Brett Gaylor and James Clement Burns

    Together, we will channel the spirit of the revolutionary avant-garde and draft the core tenants of a web documentary manifesto. The web promises a radically new direction for cinema, combining live data, networked collaboration and on-location access for new forms of storytelling. What transformation of the arts and society does this new medium propose? How is web-native cinema instigating new models of creative collaboration between coders, media-makers and designers?

    At 2:00pm to 3:00pm, Saturday 10th November

    In 1. Floor, Ravensbourne

  • (103) Internet Archive + Popcorn.js = Jon Stewart for all

    by Internet Archive and Kate Hudson

    What would it be like if everyone could use video as a powerful 'intelligence' weapon, just like Jon Stewart or Russell Howard? Join Mozilla and Internet Archive to prototype and build innovative applications that leverage their massive TV news research and borrow service.

    The Internet Archive has over 300,000 television news clips from dozens of media outlets, we're planning to build a plugin for Popcorn that allows you to easily bring those clips into Popcorn and empower video bloggers to refer to them in their editorials.

    Take-aways:

    • Mozilla Popcorn developer, Kate Hudson and Tracy Jacquith, from The Internet Archive will lead the group session, share progress, and sprint towards a working prototype.

    Who should come?

    • Media Makers, Journalists, Storytellers, Rabble rousers

    At 2:00pm to 5:00pm, Saturday 10th November

    In 1. Floor, Ravensbourne

  • (902) OurBlock: A Community Radio Platform

    by Sourcefabric, adam j martin, Daniel James and Adam Thomas

    Help answer the question, “What does our block sound like?” and enable individuals to come together online to create and participate in the power and passion of neighborhood community radio.

    This digital community radio service will focus on developing a continuous listening experience for sharing local news, information and culture while building audience engagement through a collective social experience.

    Building on SourceFabric's Airtime open source radio automation software, APIs from SoundCloud and Twilio and open web technologies, MozFest hackers can help design and develop features to create a platform that delivers real time continuous listening, a shared participatory audience experience and social community development.

    This session will be split into three parts:

    Part 1) This.IsOurBlock: an introduction to community-driven radio efforts around the world and the goals for this project at MozFest

    Part 2) Idea and Feature Development: generate ideas and new features that focus on audio content workflows, audience participation and content creation and a highly social user-experience.

    Part 3) Team-Up and Hack: Build collaborative teams based on individual skill sets represented at the session and hack on new features and new designs for OurBlock and Airtime

    Who We are Looking For:
    Developers
    (Zend PHP Framework, JavaScript, Web APIs)
    Sys-Admins
    (Linux, Liquidsoap, Streaming Media Servers)
    UX and Designers
    Audio Content Producers
    'Radio' Programmers
    and You...

    Things to Do to Get Started:

    Join Our MozFest Session EtherPad
    Join the New Google Group
    Visit This.IsOurBlock.org

    Get the latest version of Airtime on Github
    Read the Wiki
    Check out the API Docs from Soundcloud and Twilio

    Let us know you're going to be at the session!
    Tweet us @thisIsOurBlock or use the hash tags #ourblock and #mozfest

    At 2:00pm to 5:00pm, Saturday 10th November

    In 9. Floor, Ravensbourne

  • (602, Webmaker Bar) Telling It Like It Is: Interactive Radio For The Web

    by Radio_Rookies, Courtney Stein, c and Nikos Roussos

    We want to show the world how to use Webmaker tools like Popcorn Maker to bring radio style content to life on the web. With Popcorn Maker, you can combine the intimate experience of audio journalism with a layer of interactivity using maps, images, web pages, and annotations to learn more about the stories you are listening to.

    Radio Rookies produces excellent audio programming.

    Take-aways:

    • A better understanding of audio storytelling for the web, and inspiration to make great stories that don't require video.

    Who should come?

    • youth, educators, storytellers, media makers, radio lovers, audiophiles

    Session notes: http://etherpad.mozilla.org/radi...

    At 2:30pm to 4:00pm, Saturday 10th November

    In 6. Floor, Ravensbourne

  • (602, Webmaker Bar) Open Hack Jam

    by Nikos Roussos, popcornjs, c and Jacob Caggiano

    We’re going to make Webmaker projects on the spot!

    Join our hack-ready media lab environment: Computers, headphones, internet, and power outlets for those who have their own machines.

    We'll have webmaker gurus onsite to support and inspire your makery.

    We'll also be serving Popcorn to eat.

    Take-aways:

    • Walk away with better chops and give our team of web scientists a better understanding of the user experience
    • You'll become a contributor to the Webmaker ecosystem, and gain a better understanding of why becoming a 'maker' on the open web is so important

    Who should come?

    • Media Makers, Artists, Musicians, UX designers, Educators, Prima Donnas

    Session notes: https://etherpad.mozilla.org/mak...

    At 4:00pm to 5:30pm, Saturday 10th November

    In 6. Floor, Ravensbourne

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