Everything is a Remix

This is a document we was recommended to watch from out lecture at university. I’m pleased and want to thank her for this because it is telling you how everything humans have created or anything that has been ground breaking was originally stolen from something, someone or even a combination of different ideas that have been merged created something unique.
This documentary even takes away the fame from certain people in various different fields ranging from engineering to music but by clearly demonstration it was stolen and then transformed just shows there true characters.
These short little clips in my opinion are very powerful and understanding the impact these ideas have had are astonishing and have truly changed the way we are and also the we think.

Everything is a Remix Part 1

Everything is a Remix Part 2

Everything is a Remix Part 3

Everything is a Remix Part 4

 

I hope you enjoyed these as much as I did… This clearly shows you that if have the passion and are creative you can actually do this your self and could probably makes millions haha.

Enjoy 😀

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2 Responses to Everything is a Remix

  1. Helen says:

    I agree, this film (or series of films) is fantastic, and Ferguson buts his argument across in a compelling and informed way. However, it’s interesting to also read counter-arguments, such as the one I linked to in this post http://retechsocial.wordpress.com/2012/10/25/remix-culture/ – you might want to have a read and consider the other side 🙂

  2. Pingback: A Recap On Remix Culture « Adam Pearman

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