In 2014, the Oxford Dictionaries named "vape" their Word of the Year. We said goodbye to The Colbert Report, and the Seattle Seahawks won their first Super Bowl. We also read some incredible literature that will remain important to us far beyond the end of the year.
Over the holidays I watched 'Back to the Future II' (or 'Back to the Future Eleven' as my son thought) with my children. I forgot the 1989 film sends Marty McFly and Doc Brown back (or is it forward?) to the year 2015. As we look ahead to 2015, let’s [...]
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In some of the workshops I run there's a section where we look at marketing with video - and people suggest good and bad examples of the art of library video. We watch a few, critique them, try to extract something meaningful we can apply to our own future videos.
Last time I did this, for UKeIG this month, someone posted a video I'd not seen before - Texas A&M University Libraries' take on Pharrell's video for Happy. I'm sure you've heard the song Happy - the video for it has 519
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