New Media Interchange

Subscribed 003: Science @ NASA Channel

I have a LOT of interests and science has always been one of them. Of course, this means that I am always tuned in to what is happening at NASA and other scientific organizations. I even have a friend who works at JPL who helps to keep me informed.

You can keep in touch with the many scientific projects and discoveries at NASA, too,  by subscribing to their YouTube channel. Below is a link to their latest video, detailing some of the first research targets of the Curiosity Rover. Subscribe now to hear about new discoveries as they are made.

Subscribe to Science @ NASA on YouTube

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Subscribed 002: Far Lands or Bust with KurtJMac

I have been moving away from mainstream broadcast and cable programming for a while and switching over to watching a lot of stuff on YouTube. My son, Joseph, has switched almost entirely to YouTube Channels for his entertainment viewing.

I realized today that I should be highlighting some of the YouTube Channels I subscribe to for my daily entertainment (and educational viewing). This is the second post in this on-going series.

Just a reminder…you can also subscribe to my own YouTube Channel for videos on gardening, careers, technology, new media and more!

See all the shows I am watching and subscribing to in my YouTube Channel Feed


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Far Lands or Bust

Far Lands or Bust is a series of Minecraft videos with a good cause. Like a virtual walkathon, Kurt is walking to the “Far Lands” of Minecraft and raising money for the Child’s Play charity. He has raised over $40K so far with his travels.

Here is the description from the Far Lands or Bust channel.

“An expedition to the fabled Minecraft Far Lands, without any mods or cheats, raising money for Child’s Play Charity along the way! Donate using the ChipIn widget on the homepage of farlandsorbust.com!

Here you’ll also find other Let’s Play videos featuring Kerbal Space Program, Driver: San Francisco, new indie games and astronomy software. Subscribe and come along for the journey!”

Kurt also does a host of other video shows, most of which are Minecraft or related to other games. Check out his complete YouTube Channel!

Don’t see the video playlist above? Check out PBS Idea Channel on Youtube.

 

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Job Opening: Instructor – Digital Production/Non-Linear Editing for Video/Film Class

Instructor: CRTV 157 Digital Production/Non-Linear Editing for Video/Film Class

Fullerton College is seeking an instructor for our CRTV 157 Digital Production/Non-Linear Editing for Video/Film Class

Tuesday/Thursdays 8:25 – 11:35 a.m. fall semester
August 27 – December 15.

Candidate must have a BA Degree in Communications or Television-Film or similar area with a minimum of two years’ experience in digital single camera production and non-linear editing using Final Cut Pro 7.

If interested please send resume immediately to jgoldstein@fullcoll.edu and mperez@fullcoll.edu with cc: to jseidel@fullcoll.edu

Job is open until filled.

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New Media/Social Media Jobs Available – Search by location and keyword

Check out our list of New Media jobs (and others) available via SimplyHired.com.

Enter your location for jobs close to you. You can also search on other keywords.

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Subscribed: PBS Idea Channel

I have been moving away from mainstream broadcast and cable programming for a while and switching over to watching a lot of stuff on YouTube. My son, Joseph, has switched almost entirely to YouTube Channels for his entertainment viewing.

I realized today that I should be highlighting some of the YouTube Channels I subscribe to for my daily entertainment (and educational viewing).

Today’s new subscription is the PBS Idea Channel. This is a great collection of education and entertaining video on a variety of topics. I found the channel when I came across a blog post linking to their show on Minecraft, Makerbot and the Post Scarcity Economy.

Below you will find a link to a playlist of all their videos. I highly recommend subscribing on YouTube so that you will be notified of each new video as it appears.

* Just a reminder…you can also subscribe to my own YouTube Channel for videos on gardening, careers, technology, new media and more!

See all the shows I am watching and subscribing to in my YouTube Channel Feed


Don’t see the video playlist above? Check out PBS Idea Channel on Youtube.

Filed under: Elsewhere, New Media, Subscribed, Video, YouTube

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