Driving A Market For Plug-In Hybrids

Submitted by mwright on Wed, 18/04/2007 - 07:44

Lotus APX How to make this happen now

"Soon we'll have have no Jobs, and live in a very uncomfortable environment if our politicians don't pull their fingers out and take emergency measures like get the Australian Car Industry Converted to build cars based on "near zero emissions" Hybrid Electric technologies said Matthew Wright, Lead Campaigner Beyond Zero Emissions.

Screening and Workshop at MSF

Submitted by Webmaster on Tue, 17/04/2007 - 17:04

EngageMedia will run a workshop on online video distribution and a screening of content from the site at the Melbourne Social Forum next weekend, April 21-22.

Free Media vs Free Beer

Submitted by Webmaster on Sun, 15/04/2007 - 23:23

The free beer Richard Stallman loathes is everywhere. Media companies are currently falling over themselves to produce the new hive for user generated content. The names have rapidly become common place - YouTube, MySpace, Flickr - and their affect has been enormous, dramatically changing the production and distribution of media globally. Free beer pours from the taps of these new hubs of participatory media as they clamor to get you in the door. But free beer, as Free Software Foundation founder Richard Stallman has always emphasised, is not the same as freedom.


Submitted by Webmaster on Sun, 15/04/2007 - 19:54

Environmentally concerned schoolchildren join the internationally celebrated 'Chinmaya Dunster and the Celtic Ragas Band', to read their poems about nature at this 'CONCERT FOR INDIA'S ENVIRONMENT'in Pune, India.

VIDEO SLAM: Call for Registrations

Submitted by Webmaster on Fri, 13/04/2007 - 13:30

VIDEO SLAM is a Creative Commons production workshop from OPEN CHANNEL being held during Arts Law Week in Melbourne. OPEN CHANNEL is calling for registrations from willing participants who will spend 48 hours at Horse Bazaar producing a 10 minute short from only Creative Commons licensed content.

Tour of Beauty

Submitted by Webmaster on Mon, 09/04/2007 - 23:18

In late 2004, the NSW government formed the Redfern Waterloo Authority (RWA), and granted itself sweeping powers to displace residents and pave the way for urban renewal. The RWA is yet to announce exactly what its plans are, but it is likely they will involve an attempt to reduce the indigenous population on the Block, the sale of key local community assets and much more. Tour of Beauty documents the rich history of the area and the resistance to its gentrification.

EngageMedia at OurMedia

Submitted by Webmaster on Sun, 08/04/2007 - 14:14

EngageMedia will be running a video screening and an online distribution workshop as part of the OurMedia conference on community, alternative and citizen's media in Sydney, April 9-13.

Make ICT Training Work For You

Submitted by Webmaster on Fri, 06/04/2007 - 18:49

ICT training materials - what they are, how they're used and where to find them - the itrainonline MMTK training modules. Produced with assistance through the OPEN CHANNEL OPENAccess initiative.

Save the Bay

Submitted by Webmaster on Mon, 02/04/2007 - 15:44

In 2005 PlugIn TV took a look at the decision by Steve Brack's Victorian State Government to deepen and widen Port Phillip Bay and the Yarra river.

National Sorry Day

Submitted by Webmaster on Mon, 02/04/2007 - 15:02

Plug In TV takes a look at National Sorry Day 2005.



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