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https://www.instagram.com/p/CPMStB-nwKn/
^ with audio
#gif #video #Totoro
 
Bus with feet
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https://www.instagram.com/p/CPMStB-nwKn/
^ with audio
#gif #video #Totoro
 


#Video #Music #Live - #PinkFloyd & Clare Torry - The Great Gig in the Sky
 
Bonsoir, :)
J'ai un souci avec les clips vidéo postés sur ce pod, et je ne sais pas si ça vient : de mon ordi (je pense pas), du pod (?), de firefox ? ou quoi d'autre ?... du plugin invidition, peut-être ? (yewtu.be).

En bref, quand je clique sur le ▷ d'une vidéo, j'obtiens "la roue grise" qui tourne indéfiniment. La vidéo ne se lance pas.
Elle se lance si j'ouvre le lien dans un autre onglet.

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C'est pas grave, c'est juste embêtant. Si vous avez le même souci et l'avez résolu, ou des pistes... Merci !... :)

#question #aide #bug #vidéo #roue-grise
 
Bonsoir, :)
J'ai un souci avec les clips vidéo postés sur ce pod, et je ne sais pas si ça vient : de mon ordi (je pense pas), du pod (?), de firefox ? ou quoi d'autre ?... du plugin invidition, peut-être ? (yewtu.be).

En bref, quand je clique sur le ▷ d'une vidéo, j'obtiens "la roue grise" qui tourne indéfiniment. La vidéo ne se lance pas.
Elle se lance si j'ouvre le lien dans un autre onglet.

Image/Photo

C'est pas grave, c'est juste embêtant. Si vous avez le même souci et l'avez résolu, ou des pistes... Merci !... :)

#question #aide #bug #vidéo #roue-grise
 

Switching to Renewables: How much energy is available?


A reasonably good explainer on the potential for powering humanity on solar power: It's interesting and better information than I'd feared, though it still omits a lot, mostly in terms of baked-in assumptions of energ consumpion increases from future wealth and population increases. An apparently-large solar energy surplus rapidly diminishes within just the next century.


Basic facts:

  • Global energy consumption is about 400 quadrillion BTU (quad), or 10,000 million tonnes of oil equivalent (mtoe), or 115 petawatt hours (PWh -- 115 million GWh) equivalent. Those are units, and they're big. The important thing is to look at the total amounts and what they translate to on a per-person basis.
  • US consumption is about 100 quad, / 2,500 mtoe.
  • Total incident raw solar power is about 7,000 times human energy use. That's what "as much solar energy falls on the entire Earth in 1 hours as humans use in an entire year" translates to. But after figuring in various losses (land vs. water, usable daily hours, panel efficiency, other losses), what's left is closer to 100--200x current total human energy use. And some of that's got to go to both our own food supply and the rest of the environment.
  • The Rest of The World (Non-OECD countries / countries outside North America, Western Europe, Japan, Australia) uses a tiny fraction of the energy of the West. That's 6x the people (roughly) and about 1/3 the per-capita energy use. Note that this includes China and India, which have greatly in creased energyy usage per capita over the past 3 decades as they've industrialised.
  • Global population is projected to grow to somewhere between 9--12 billion by 2100 or so.
  • There's still the question of energy storage, dispatchable energy use, and the need for fuels in transportation uses, most especially marine shipping, air travel, and rockets, none of which can rely on battery or grid-supplied electricity.
Even just accounting for present population and average OECD consumption, that's another 6 * 3 or 18 time more energy consumption that is presumed just to bring the rest of the world up to average OECD levels of energy affluence.

We only had about a 100x headway in net solar energy surplus to begin with, this would cut through about 1/5 of that. Without considering future energy growth or additional energy affluence among either OECD or other nations.

Efficiency gains, especially reducing the two-thirds of all energy lost (mostly in conversion from thermal to mechanical energy) will buy us back some of that, but this is a one-time bonus, and it's going to be much less than the total lost energy. The 2nd Law of Thermodynamics always wins out, and there will be energy efficiency losses.

We're using a lot of energy, and the dreams we're selling our children and the world involve a huge increase on even that. I don't doubt that the future will be solar powered, mostly. I do have doubts it will be a high-energy solar future.

Again, the ultimate critique here is not against renewables. We have no other choice. Our high-energy, large-population lifestyle is inherently unsustainable.

Data:


OECD:
- 3,784 mtoe energy (2018)
- Population: 1.3 billion (vs. 7.8 billion global, -> 6.5 billion non-OECD)
- Per-capita consumption: 2.9 tonoil (7.6 tonoil US).
- 38 member states: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, United Kingdom, & United States.

Non-OECD
- 6,216 mtoe
- population: 6.5 billion
- Per-capita consumption: 0.96 tonoil
OECD energy and demographics from:

https://www.iea.org/reports/key-world-energy-statistics-2020/final-consumption
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/OECD

#Energy #Resources #Limits #Solar #SolarPower #LimitsToGrowth #Population #DoTheMath #Video #YouTube
 
#music #spirit #esoteric #enlightenment #video
Internal Flight in English.


Русская версия есть там же на ютубе.
 

Data Storage Fabrication: Chancery Papermaking


By hand, traditional process. Three people. 1,500 sheets per day.

How much paper or data do you use or create daily?

https://youtube.com/watch?v=e-PmfdV_cZU

#Paper #TraditionalCrafts #Manufacturing #DataStorage #Video

YouTube: Chancery Papermaking (Avi Michael)

 

#Video: #Gaza's Deadly Night: How Israeli #Airstrikes Killed 44 People


source: https://www.nytimes.com/video/world/middleeast/100000007787471/israel-airstrikes-gaza.html
On May 16, Israeli airstrikes destroyed three apartment buildings, decimating several families. We visited the scene, interviewed survivors and analyzed videos, photos and satellite images to find out what happened.
#war #conflict #Israel #military #terror #news #airstrike #collateraldamage #Palestine #humanrights
 

#Video: #Gaza's Deadly Night: How Israeli #Airstrikes Killed 44 People


source: https://www.nytimes.com/video/world/middleeast/100000007787471/israel-airstrikes-gaza.html
On May 16, Israeli airstrikes destroyed three apartment buildings, decimating several families. We visited the scene, interviewed survivors and analyzed videos, photos and satellite images to find out what happened.
#war #conflict #Israel #military #terror #news #airstrike #collateraldamage #Palestine #humanrights
 

Oldest Footage of London Ever | Yestervid


This popped up in my YouTube feed quite randomly. It features some fascinating footage of London from 1890-1920 side-by-side with modern video. You might be surprised to see that there was almost as much road traffic then as now. It's just that nowadays the horses travel inside...

#history #video

 
Inside bottle painting
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1:51 min video
#art #gif #video
 

On Media Affordances: Broadcast vs. Print


Reading an early 1970s account of television news practices and history, Edward J. Epstein's News from Nowhere, I was struck by a passage discussing Fred Friendly's ultimately disasterous (to his career) attempts to provide expanded coverage of Congressional hearings.

Broadcast and print are, as is hopefully obvious, two different media, with two different affordances.

In particular, broadcast offers a cheaply expanded audience, whilst print offers cheaply expanded content.

In broadcast, time is expensive --- there are only 24 hours in a day, and normal news coverage is typically a small fraction of that. On the other hand, interest parties can tune in to a broadcast without creating additional load, and a signature of breaking news (or other high-interest events, with sport being the canonical example), audience reach is effectively free to the broadcaster, at least within a given coverage region.

(Extended networks, cable, and more recently, online distribution, change this dynamic somewhat, but not markedly.)

In print, content depth can be expanded reasonbly cheaply, though additional readership scales only directly with the size of a print run. Where that can be predicted, additional distribution is possible. Since advertising space increases with pages printed, it's possible to extend ads coverage with special sections, most espeically for predictable events (e.g., ritual, scheduled games or celebrations, etc.). But as a general basis, print can be extended if needed, and even without additional advertising, a few additional pages of text are a reasonably cheap mode of providing detailed additional depth-of-coverage.

As such, print and broadcast are somewhat complementary. This becomes more apparent in the online world, which has an option of multimedia (audio or A/V content), and links to more detailed text descriptions (often published reports, in digial-consumable formats, whether HTML, PDF, ePub, Kindle .mobi, Kobo, or the like).

Fred Friendly was, to an extent, fighting the affordances of his system in trying to run additional coverage, though other options (say, a less-expensive, audio-only radio adjunct which could run hearing testimony, or some sort of audio-record distribution, difficult in a period of physical recording media) would have been options.

This is probably bog-obvious to media studies / media professional types, but seems to me at least a not-conspicuously-addressed element of the domain.

Summarizing, for print and broadcast:

Print:
  • Can expand content
  • Detailed text.
  • Cheap remote filing. (Epstein focuses in depth on the phenomenal costs and limited capabilities of remote / on-location video production.)
  • Telegraph, telex, phoned report.
  • Limited by expressiveness of print.
  • Printing capacity (number of copies) is finite. Copy (story length) is cheap, copies (print run) are expensive.
  • Readership can choose what and when to read, but must engage actively when they do so.
  • Static.
  • Durable & compact (facilitates archives / libraries).
Broadcast:
  • Can expand audience.
  • Demonstrated image and motion.
  • Limited remote locations ("long lines" costs, limited remote bureaux).
  • Slowed by film / video processing requirements (this was the 1960s / early 1970s).
  • Time is epensive, audience is cheap.
  • Audience must attend, live or after the fact. Simultaneous in the case of broadcast.
  • Dynamic.
  • Ephemeral. Storage is bulky, volatile, difficult to index/search/access.
Digital seems to share aspects of each, though the ultimate story is ... more complex.

#media #print #broadcast #audio #video #costs #affordances #audience #detail
 

Le génie des plantes : en #Provence


Dans ce volet : rencontre avec une parfumeuse, Delphine, puis gros plan sur l’utilisation des richesses de l’"or bleu" en cuisine. Enfin, cap sur les Alpes où Claire récolte de la lavande au milieu de paysages escarpés : https://video.ploud.fr/videos/watch/6525da0c-f9c3-45ec-8595-470af434c7c5

#Documentaire #Environnement #Nature #Biodiversité #Plantes #Botanique #Vidéo #Peertube

PeerTube: Le génie des plantes : en Provence (Documentaires : des jardins et des paysages)

 

Le génie des plantes : en #Provence


Dans ce volet : rencontre avec une parfumeuse, Delphine, puis gros plan sur l’utilisation des richesses de l’"or bleu" en cuisine. Enfin, cap sur les Alpes où Claire récolte de la lavande au milieu de paysages escarpés : https://video.ploud.fr/videos/watch/6525da0c-f9c3-45ec-8595-470af434c7c5

#Documentaire #Environnement #Nature #Biodiversité #Plantes #Botanique #Vidéo #Peertube

PeerTube: Le génie des plantes : en Provence (Documentaires : des jardins et des paysages)

 

‘Pawstep’ Portraits: Photographing Tails of the Pandemic | BBC News

Covid restrictions prevented Emily Bowden from working as an interiors photographer.
So she decided to start a new project, and created ‘Pawstep Portraits: Tails of the Pandemic.’
Photography and dogs. What's not to love?

#photography #dogs #video (1'54")
 

Academics have identified exactly why video conferencing has you feeling exhausted | TechRadar

As employees all over the world began working from home last year, organizations turned to video conferencing software as a means to stay connected and hold meetings.
However, spending countless hours on Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Cisco Webex and other video conferencing platforms left many workers feeling exhausted and gave birth to the phrase 'Zoom fatigue'. Now though, researchers from Stanford university have discovered why video conferencing can be much more tiring than in-person meetings and regular office interactions.
#technology #tech #video #VideoConferencing #TeleConferencing
 

Final Cut Pro subscription possibility – Apple updates trademark | 9to5Mac

Apple has filed a trademark update that paves the way for a future Final Cut Pro subscription.
Or, maybe, they'll offer the ability to use stock footage from a third party, or the facility for collaboration, as LumaFusion does. But that's not as headline-worthy.

#technology #tech #Apple #video #VideoProduction #FCP #FinalCutPro
Final Cut Pro subscription might be on the way as Apple updates trademark
 

TikTok Users Are Burning Snowballs in Viral Videos to 'Prove' the Snow is Fake | Gizmodo

Have you seen those viral videos on TikTok and Twitter where users are burning snow to “prove” that it’s actually fake? Needless to say, the snow is real. The viral videos actually show a perfectly normal reaction to placing the flame of a lighter or match against a snowball. But that hasn’t stopped these videos from racking up millions of views.
(Related: https://pluspora.com/posts/5531893)

#technology #tech #video #TikTok #ConspiracyTheory

https://gizmodo.com/tiktok-users-are-burning-snowballs-in-viral-videos-to-p-1846322841
 
All Reverend Elvis Videos now available on Undead Media PeerTube Instance

Als Teil des Undead Networks konnte ich mir nun auf Undead Media meinen eigenen Videokanal einrichten. Schaut mal vorbei. Wir holen uns das Internet zurück.

https://media.undeadnetwork.de/video-channels/reverend_elvis/videos




\#music #media #peertube #reverend-elvis #undead #video
Originally posted at: https://word.undead-network.de/all-reverend-elvis-videos-now-available-on-undead-media-peertube-instance/
All Reverend Elvis Videos now available on Undead Media PeerTube Instance
 
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