Browsing All Posts published on »September, 2015«

Top 5 Animation Picks: Vimeo’s Best From Hand Drawn to 3D Masterpieces

September 18, 2015

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Animation is such a hard skill to master and when it is done well, it can be spectacular. Here is our pick of 5 of the best from Vimeo’s animated short library. 1: Escarface Produced by a group of French animators and artists, this superb short features two grannies who go ‘Reservoir Dogs’ on a […]

‘Hunted’ Shows Why Blanket Surveillance is Wrong and Why Privacy and Encryption are Necessary

September 11, 2015

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Channel 4’s ‘escape the surveillance state’ show Hunted started last night, so in the spirit of resistance WeLove Digital looks at the state of surveillance and digital communications in the 21st century. Governments and big business will tell you that data gathering and storage on everything from buying habits to what you like on Facebook, […]

Coub This Be Love? How Vine-Like Videos are Stepping Up the Viral Game

September 3, 2015

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When the looping video network Vine was launched in 2012, there was mixed reaction to its GIF-like six second videos. Did we really need a stunted video platform? There are signs that Vine has started to mature nicely. An announcement last week of big changes to the online video sharing site and app offers mini-video […]

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