September 2002


Earlier wander about in Snowdonia. See earlier in blog at:

http://tash_lodge.blogspot.com/2002_09_15_tash_lodge_archive.html#81683594

Gosh! that was a trek.

Now on National Trust bit at Rowlee Pasture. SK 155904. at 447m. Ladybower Reservoir to east. Edale plateu flats behind me to west.

Sun just visable behind Mam Tor. Wind and a little chill getting up. So going down now.

http://www.streetmap.co.uk

http://www.streetmap.co.uk/streetmap.dll?grid2map?X=416500&Y=391500&zoom=3

http://www.multimap.com

More, via my WAP phone.

Been out and about on Bradfield Moor. Ordanace Survey Ref: SK 230925.

Weather man lies again. really cloudy.

This message via my WAP phone. On to Derwent Moor shortly. SK 205885. 450m

Peak District National Park Authority

http://www.peakdistrict.org/

Edale 01433670207 edale@peakdistrict-npa.gov.uk

Upper Derwent Valley 01433650953 (Fairholmes)

also the Ranger Service

rangers@peakdistrict-npa.gov.uk

http://www.peakdistrict.org/contacts/rangers.htm

Tried to get a specific weather forecast from the Met Office for the Peak District, but only general regional forecasts are available. Useless, I pointed out, since weather in Sheffield and Manchester, can be really different.

So, apparently, I get the individual services of Met Officer, at £17.00 a throw.

The Peak Authority said the only other thing to do, was ring the Ranger Service at Edale 01433 670216

edale.ranger@peakdistrict-npa.gov.uk

who get the latest detailed forecast, faxed through, for the Met Office, themselves. so they pay the £17.00, I expect. Not as good a service as what I got, few weeks ago, in Snowdonia.

The other option, fellow walkers, is to send a text message to the weather centre and get a forcast for the next few hours. The service is described here: —

Mobile Text Forecast: http://www.meto.govt.uk/services/wxtext2.html

Type in wthr4 (either upper or lower case) followed by a space then enter either a full UK postcode (with no spaces) or type in a UK city, town or village name.

An example using a postcode: wthr4 S330BJ

or using a UK city, town or village name: wthr4 Edale

BT Cellnet, send to: 2638

* * * *

As an example of this service, here is the text message, the Met Office returned to me for a 6 hour period:

EDALE 28/09:

12pm-rain,

1pm-bright dry,

2pm-bright dry,

3pm-bright dry,

4pm-cloudy dry,

5pm-cloudy dry;

12 to 14 C


Punk Bands – Newtown, Wales

A little ancient history. These snaps from the early 1980’s.

Have recently heard from one of these chaps, Tranny, and reminded me that you should see some of these styles. Was quite involved at the time, and helped to get and run a space for the youth of the town, to get space to practice and make a some noise. The local youth service hated it, and, needless to say, they tried to be quite obstructive.

Newtown, Powys. Mid-Wales. This is the region I and my family lived, before I came to Nottingham, to do my Photo-degree at University here. Look forward to getting in touch again.

Harry and Jack at the Montgomery Festival

And these shots of “The Subversives” and Tranny, performing in the Cowshed, Upper Weeg, Dolfor and the Bunker in Newtown, Powys.







As I said in starting, these picture were taken in the early 1980’s. Gosh! 20years ago now.

Have just done an internet search, and see they are not “The Subversives” any more, but, have transmogrified into “Smoke Like a Fish”

http://www.smokelikeafish.co.uk

A brief history of SLAF (written circa 1999)

Smoke Like a Fish are a skapunky collaboration that pumps the offbeat religiously behind the storming harmony vocals and catchy tunes.

They were originally formed a few years back (about seven i think) in Newtown, Mid-Wales

and enjoyed a classic 3 years or so of magical manic gigs up and down the country.

The line-up at that time after initial tinkering was fronted by the super energetic MAXPOTATO-vocals,

TRANNY-guitar& backing-vocals,NICK-keyboards,STEVE-bass,T.H.PHONES- rhythym guitar & non stop bazaar dancing

and NEIL(fluff) -drums.The line-up became a seven piece later on when they came across BEARD THOMAS

an “ex” Newtown silver band failure! who was a gifted cronky trumbone player,an ancient art mastered by a few gifted individuals (mainly in Switzerland). But sadly this line-up came to an abrupt end, when MAX broke STEVES jaw at the end of a gig in their home town after an argument about the bazaar events surrounding their encore for that evening.

So, there you have it!

Castlemortons Postman just dropped into my guestbook

My guestbook http://tash.gn.apc.org/guestbook.htm

Great site Tash. Good effort. I remember Castlemorton as being better than all the overrated, over regylated Glastonbury,s rolled into one. I’m from Malvern and eight years later found myself as Castlemorton Commons postman. I,d ask the customers about the festy and I can assure you their memories were,nt warm. Did I let on about my minor roll in the most hedonistic gathering in living memory? What do you think?

Brim merrieandrew@yahoo.co.uk Korea –



ay up Tash,nice one.Lovely to see some familiar faces and silly clothes again,T and i are having a right good browse through some of our past and ive spotted me stripey top peeping out from behind a bunch of gurners at sponge…..hooray.were now looking for T’s hobnail boots in a pile of mud in bath or derbyshire or sommink,but i don’t think she was ever there…..prove it T ,rival my stripey top!maybe see u around again soon.boing,vic and Tvic

nottm, UK –

This is just a short test from nottingham centre. via my WAP phone. its about nothing!

Guardian competition: Best Britist Blog. And the winner is .. ..

The Guardian held a competition to find the Best Britist Blog. The winners have just been announced. I entered, but wasn’t one of them …. He ho. No £1000 for me. This was My entry Details, made, back on the 4th September.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/weblog/bestbritishblog/

and the winner is .. ..

The duck of the draw

Simon Waldman reveals who has won Guardian Unlimited’s Best British blog competition

Thursday September 26, 2002

The Guardian

And the winner is… a duck. A Scary Duck to be precise: Alistair Coleman’s witty, irreverent blog has beaten 300 rivals to take the title of Best British Blog 2002 and claim the prize of £1,000.

His blog features intelligent, confessional and entertaining rambles on everything from September 11, nuclear war and football hooliganism to the latest antics of a local dolphin nicknamed Randy.

It impressed the judges with its originality and personality: one described it as: “magnificent – well-written, focused and insightful”. Another said: “The best writer of the bunch, the content is excellent.”

http://www.guardian.co.uk/online/story/0,3605,798749,00.html


A scary poster:

Matt the Cat design http://www.catarax.co.uk/

BASS collective Brighton Sound Systems http://www.bass23.org/

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DEALINGS WITH THE POLICE and ARRESTS AT DEMONSTRATIONS

A. Overview

A summary of points discussed at a meeting with freelance journalists / N.U.J. members at Marlborough on Saturday, 21/04/01

The police are increasingly ignoring press cards and arresting journalists as demonstrators knowing they will miss their deadlines. Don’t be afraid, GO TO THE DEMO PREPARED. And you could set a good legal precedent! Your first hour in custody after a wrongful arrest is worth £500.00 in compensation!

The following is intended to be a general overview of points relevant to freelance journalists attending demonstrations : it principally covers preparations you can make , how to respond if challenged by an officer, and what to do at the police station.

B. Your rights at demonstrations

1. Same as for an ordinary citizen – no special law protecting you re civil / criminal liability

2. However, before an officer can arrest a person he needs “reasonable suspicion” an offence is being or has been committed. If a case goes to court the officer would have to justify how he formed that reasonable suspicion. Because as a reporter you are there to report on events rather than there as an ordinary demonstrator it ought to be harder for the officer to justify to a court that he thought you were offending / had offended, and therefore a Not Guilty verdict and a successful civil claim for wrongful arrest are more likely.

3. It follows that it is most important you identify yourself as separate from the demonstrators themselves – there will be less chance of an officer being mistaken about your role.

C. What can you do to ensure you cannot be confused with the demonstrators?

1. Simply arguing it was clear you were a photographer is not enough – some demonstrators may have them for example.

2. Accreditation cards may help if shown to the police at the time, but are not always enough, eg, some officers have ignored them arguing they could be forged. If arrested though ,you ought to show the card to an officer of as high a rank as possible.

3. Distinctive clothing – may be worth considering a distinctive colour, agreeing a standard form with other journalists, clearly marking your clothing “Accredited Photographer”, using “bibs”, jackets, hats.

4. If you can bring yourself to do it, wear a suit in addition to the distinctive garment you decide upon to aid that aura of respectability.

D. How to respond if police try to arrest you

1. Challenge their right to arrest you , search you ,take your equipment – in other words ask them “why?”. If possible, make a note of what the officer says in response, or have someone witness it. This may help avoid arrest at the time, or aid your subsequent civil claim for compensation.

2. Do all you can to point out that you are press.

3. Only challenge the police within the law! Do not make matters worse by committing a separate offence, eg, assaulting the officer or resisting arrest.

4. Again only acting within the law, object to the handing over of equipment. The officer may still remove your gear, but you may be able at a later date to argue any search was unlawful

E. How to respond at the police station

1. Ensure you are represented by a solicitor. Ideally, ask for a solicitor to attend the station. You can call a solicitor of your choice or ask the Duty solicitor to attend. At the very least you should obtain advice from a solicitor over the telephone – the Custody Sargent will arrange it and within reason you can spend as long as you need speaking to the lawyer about what you should do.

2. Do not fall for the police tactic of telling you not to bother with a lawyer because you may be waiting for a long time until he arrives.

3. For the type of offence you may commonly have been arrested for a police interview may be unnecessary anyway and the time you should be detained ought therefore to be limited.

4. Have your say. The arresting officer takes you before the Custody Officer when you arrive at the station and tells him the basis for your arrest. Ensure that description is entered in the Custody Record (A log kept during your stay at the station – you can obtain a copy of this document at a later date and it is very often helpful for evidence purposes, thereby boosting your chances of a successful compensation claim) . Any complaints you have regarding your treatment should be added to this document.

5. Be as polite as you can be – you are likely to be treated accordingly, eg, released quicker.

6. Do not be tempted by the police argument that if you admit the allegation you will receive a “Caution” rather than a criminal conviction. If cautioned, your details will remain on the police computer for up to 20 years, plus a caution will have a damaging effect upon any subsequent civil claim , false imprisonment.

7. Argue your Human Rights are being ignored. The Human Rights Act 1998 is now law – be prepared to argue – reasonably – that the police action is contrary to Freedom of Expression, and to Freedom of Assembly and Association.

Alan Wilson, Thompsons – 0161 819 3500 – http://www.thompsons.law.co.uk/

Have been maintaining a Photo-Journalist “Hassle list”, check this lot out ……..

http://tash.gn.apc.org/journo_hassle.htm

<img src=”http://tash.gn.apc.org/C0323_20montage.jpg&#8221;

DEALINGS WITH THE POLICE and ARRESTS AT DEMONSTRATIONS

A. Overview

A summary of points discussed at a meeting with freelance journalists / N.U.J. members at Marlborough on Saturday, 21/04/01

The police are increasingly ignoring press cards and arresting journalists as demonstrators knowing they will miss their deadlines. Don’t be afraid, GO TO THE DEMO PREPARED. And you could set a good legal precedent! Your first hour in custody after a wrongful arrest is worth £500.00 in compensation!

The following is intended to be a general overview of points relevant to freelance journalists attending demonstrations : it principally covers preparations you can make , how to respond if challenged by an officer, and what to do at the police station.

B. Your rights at demonstrations

1. Same as for an ordinary citizen – no special law protecting you re civil / criminal liability

2. However, before an officer can arrest a person he needs “reasonable suspicion” an offence is being or has been committed. If a case goes to court the officer would have to justify how he formed that reasonable suspicion. Because as a reporter you are there to report on events rather than there as an ordinary demonstrator it ought to be harder for the officer to justify to a court that he thought you were offending / had offended, and therefore a Not Guilty verdict and a successful civil claim for wrongful arrest are more likely.

3. It follows that it is most important you identify yourself as separate from the demonstrators themselves – there will be less chance of an officer being mistaken about your role.

C. What can you do to ensure you cannot be confused with the demonstrators?

1. Simply arguing it was clear you were a photographer is not enough – some demonstrators may have them for example.

2. Accreditation cards may help if shown to the police at the time, but are not always enough, eg, some officers have ignored them arguing they could be forged. If arrested though ,you ought to show the card to an officer of as high a rank as possible.

3. Distinctive clothing – may be worth considering a distinctive colour, agreeing a standard form with other journalists, clearly marking your clothing “Accredited Photographer”, using “bibs”, jackets, hats.

4. If you can bring yourself to do it, wear a suit in addition to the distinctive garment you decide upon to aid that aura of respectability.

D. How to respond if police try to arrest you

1. Challenge their right to arrest you , search you ,take your equipment – in other words ask them “why?”. If possible, make a note of what the officer says in response, or have someone witness it. This may help avoid arrest at the time, or aid your subsequent civil claim for compensation.

2. Do all you can to point out that you are press.

3. Only challenge the police within the law! Do not make matters worse by committing a separate offence, eg, assaulting the officer or resisting arrest.

4. Again only acting within the law, object to the handing over of equipment. The officer may still remove your gear, but you may be able at a later date to argue any search was unlawful

E. How to respond at the police station

1. Ensure you are represented by a solicitor. Ideally, ask for a solicitor to attend the station. You can call a solicitor of your choice or ask the Duty solicitor to attend. At the very least you should obtain advice from a solicitor over the telephone – the Custody Sargent will arrange it and within reason you can spend as long as you need speaking to the lawyer about what you should do.

2. Do not fall for the police tactic of telling you not to bother with a lawyer because you may be waiting for a long time until he arrives.

3. For the type of offence you may commonly have been arrested for a police interview may be unnecessary anyway and the time you should be detained ought therefore to be limited.

4. Have your say. The arresting officer takes you before the Custody Officer when you arrive at the station and tells him the basis for your arrest. Ensure that description is entered in the Custody Record (A log kept during your stay at the station – you can obtain a copy of this document at a later date and it is very often helpful for evidence purposes, thereby boosting your chances of a successful compensation claim) . Any complaints you have regarding your treatment should be added to this document.

5. Be as polite as you can be – you are likely to be treated accordingly, eg, released quicker.

6. Do not be tempted by the police argument that if you admit the allegation you will receive a “Caution” rather than a criminal conviction. If cautioned, your details will remain on the police computer for up to 20 years, plus a caution will have a damaging effect upon any subsequent civil claim , false imprisonment.

7. Argue your Human Rights are being ignored. The Human Rights Act 1998 is now law – be prepared to argue – reasonably – that the police action is contrary to Freedom of Expression, and to Freedom of Assembly and Association.

Alan Wilson, Thompsons – 0161 819 3500 – http://www.thompsons.law.co.uk/

Have been maintaining a Photo-Journalist “Hassle list”, check this lot out ……..

http://tash.gn.apc.org/journo_hassle.htm

Iraq – War, or not ?

I guess I’m at variance with many of my friends, and the ‘scene’ at large. I’m not in favour of war(s). However, I have to tell you , that with the current set of circumstances, I just don’t know!

But what I do know, is that something must be done. It is simply just not a cut ‘n dried situation, where one side is right, and the other wrong.

Live webcasting from the debate in Parliament http://www.parliamentlive.tv/hocvid.asp [Windows Media Player Stream].

Some background information, that needs to be addressed. Personally, don’t think it all will just go away.

Blair: we have the evidence: Dossier points to new intelligence sources

Patrick Wintour, chief political correspondent,

Tuesday September 24, 2002

http://www.guardian.co.uk/Iraq/Story/0,2763,797786,00.html

Tuesday, 24 September, 2002, 12:58 GMT 13:58 UK

Blair outlines Iraq evidence

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk_politics/2277352.stm

This is the Dossier, the case of the British Government

Iraq’s Weapons Of Mass Destruction: The Assessment Of The British Government [.PDF]

FOREWORD BY THE PRIME MINISTER, THE RIGHT HONOURABLE TONY BLAIR MP

The document published today is based, in large part, on the work of the Joint Intelligence Committee (JIC). The JIC is at the heart of the British intelligence machinery. It is chaired by the Cabinet Office and made up of the heads of the UK’s three Intelligence and Security Agencies, the Chief of Defence Intelligence, and senior officials from key government departments. For over 60 years the JIC has provided regular assessments to successive Prime Ministers and senior colleagues on a wide range of foreign policy and international security issues.

Its work, like the material it analyses, is largely secret. It is unprecedented for the Government to publish this kind of document. But in light of the debate about Iraq and Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD), I wanted to share with the British public the reasons why I believe this issue to be a current and serious threat to the UK national interest.

In recent months, I have been increasingly alarmed by the evidence from inside Iraq that despite sanctions, despite the damage done to his capability in the past, despite the UN Security Council Resolutions expressly outlawing it, and despite his denials, Saddam Hussein is continuing to develop WMD, and with them the ability to inflict real damage upon the region, and the stability of the world.

Gathering intelligence inside Iraq is not easy. Saddam’s is one of the most secretive and dictatorial regimes in the world. So I believe people will understand why the Agencies cannot be specific about the sources, which have formed the judgements in this document, and why we cannot publish everything we know. We cannot, of course, publish the detailed raw intelligence. I and other Ministers have been briefed in detail on the intelligence and are satisfied as to its authority. I also want to pay tribute to our Intelligence and Security Services for the often extraordinary work that they do.

What I believe the assessed intelligence has established beyond doubt is that Saddam has continued to produce chemical and biological weapons, that he continues in his efforts to develop nuclear weapons, and that he has been able to extend the range of his ballistic missile programme. I also believe that, as stated in the document, Saddam will now do his utmost to try to conceal his weapons from UN inspectors.

The picture presented to me by the JIC in recent months has become more not less worrying. It is clear that, despite sanctions, the policy of containment has not worked sufficiently well to prevent Saddam from developing these weapons. I am in no doubt that the threat is serious and current, that he has made progress on WMD, and that he has to be stopped.

Saddam has used chemical weapons, not only against an enemy state, but against his own people. Intelligence reports make clear that he sees the building up of his WMD capability, and the belief overseas that he would use these weapons, as vital to his strategic interests, and in particular his goal of regional domination. And the document discloses that his military planning allows for some of the WMD to be ready within 45 minutes of an order to use them.

I am quite clear that Saddam will go to extreme lengths, indeed has already done so, to hide these weapons and avoid giving them up.

In today’s inter-dependent world, a major regional conflict does not stay confined to the region in question. Faced with someone who has shown himself capable of using WMD, I believe the international community has to stand up for itself and ensure its authority is upheld.

The threat posed to international peace and security, when WMD are in the hands of a brutal and aggressive regime like Saddam’s, is real. Unless we face up to the threat, not only do we risk undermining the authority of the UN, whose resolutions he defies, but more importantly and in the longer term, we place at risk the lives and prosperity of our own people.

The case I make is that the UN Resolutions demanding he stops his WMD programme are being flouted; that since the inspectors left four years ago he has continued with this programme; that the inspectors must be allowed back in to do their job properly; and that if he refuses, or if he makes it impossible for them to do their job, as he has done in the past, the international community will have to act.

I believe that faced with the information available to me, the UK Government has been right to support the demands that this issue be confronted and dealt with. We must ensure that he does not get to use the weapons he has, or get hold of the weapons he wants.

Well, that’s one point of view. On the other hand, perhaps some of the following, should perhaps be taken into account……

Mabus – the Nothadamus predicted 3rd anti-christ, is argued to be:

George Bush,

Saddam Hussain,

Mahmoud Abbas of the Palestinian Liberation Organisation [PLO],

or, all / none of the above.

Mabus must die http://www.montana.com/bupc/nealpl3.htm

Is Bush Mabus http://www.rense.com/general21/mabus.htm

Nostradamus’ Mabus http://www.mabus.biz/

Mabus – the 3rd anti-christ http://www.sciforums.com/t1111/s7de5eb2bbbdf5a6ede42bc98976e64af/thread.html

Resources for Nostradamus Research http://www.alumni.caltech.edu/~jamesf/nostradamus.html

see what I mean, ANY case can be made.

Simon Hogsberg – Street Photographer

There is a long tradition of ‘street photography’. Many motives of the photographers, from style, to human emotions. Descriptions of us as animals, with our traits and interactions.

But, if you want a study of total alienation of city life, then I think that you need look no further than this chap! I think the work really scary, and provocative.

http://simonhoegsberg.com

Pictures of pedestrians at Marble Arch. London

Photographs shown on his site have all been taken within the confined space of a 30 metres long strip of sidewalk on Edgeware Road, Marble Arch, London.

All images are taken over a period of one year from early Summer, 2001 to late Spring, 2002 and apart from the portraits taken during the summer period, all pictures are taken from the same spot 3 meters from the corner of Edgware Road and Oxford Street.

None of the photographs had been set up but are all snapshots of pedestrians who happened to walk into the field of view.

Ther’s a story about a newspaper that printed a photo of a crowd of people starring towards the lens of a camera, with fear, sadness and apparent horror in their faces. The caption asked what are they looking at.

Nothing much it turned out. they were just commuters waiting for the lights to change on their way to work. Simons work shows us that those expressions are universal.

Scary eh?

I can’t tell you how fundamentally, I hate London. This is why.

Reclaim The Future – location

Programme: http://rts.gn.apc.org/diary.htm

If your looking for a Countryside Alliance ‘Alternative’ event. This might be it.

Check out the RTS website for details. Hamish and Indymedia folks doing a show.

The Reclaim the Future event starts this (Friday) evening – entrance is in the car park behind Aldi in High Road, Tottenham (Bruce Grove).

Where: Entrance is behind Aldi store, High Road, Tottenham

Rail: Liverpool Street – Bruce Grove – Enfield Town service

Buses: 259 King’s Cross – Manor House – Bruce Grove – Edmonton 243 Wood Green – Bruce Grove – Dalston – Waterloo 149 London Br – Dalston – Bruce Grove – Ponders End etc

Get involved: We still need volunteers, artists, prop makers, & circus performers.

Reclaim the Future still requires volunteers to make it a safe, fun and cool event. If you are up for helping, please come along to a volunteers’ briefing at 6pm, Friday 20 Sept at the venue (before the opening of the exhibition). The details of the venue will be publicised on indymedia.org.uk on the day. You can also ring 07931 560 569 or 07960 973 847 to find out.

E-mail: rtsparty2002@yahoo.co.uk or phone 07931 560 569 (During the weekend the backup number is 07960 973 847)

Contributions by Reclaim the Streets London, Indymedia, The Wombles, Social Centres Network, The Anarchist Youth Network and many others.

Look at this, Bastards just helping themselves again to my work. Just as weel I’m into what’s going on here, but year after year, always the same presumptions…

http://rts.gn.apc.org/rtsimage/leaflets/RTFflyer1.pdf

http://rts.gn.apc.org/rtsimage/leaflets/RTFflyer2.pdf

Oh god! It would be nice, just now and again, to be credited, or / and slipped a tenner, but no. Guess that’s anarchy for you ……. !!

Oh, afore I forget, Guilfin listings, on it all, at:

http://www.guilfin.net/database/showevent.php3?ev_id=evDNX166

Reclaim The Future – location

Programme: http://rts.gn.apc.org/diary.htm

If your looking for a Countryside Alliance ‘Alternative’ event. This might be it.

Check out the RTS website for details. Hamish and Indymedia folks doing a show.

The Reclaim the Future event starts this (Friday) evening – entrance is in the car park behind Aldi in High Road, Tottenham (Bruce Grove).

Where: Entrance is behind Aldi store, High Road, Tottenham

Rail: Liverpool Street – Bruce Grove – Enfield Town service

Buses: 259 King’s Cross – Manor House – Bruce Grove – Edmonton 243 Wood Green – Bruce Grove – Dalston – Waterloo 149 London Br – Dalston – Bruce Grove – Ponders End etc

Get involved: We still need volunteers, artists, prop makers, & circus performers.

Reclaim the Future still requires volunteers to make it a safe, fun and cool event. If you are up for helping, please come along to a volunteers’ briefing at 6pm, Friday 20 Sept at the venue (before the opening of the exhibition). The details of the venue will be publicised on indymedia.org.uk on the day. You can also ring 07931 560 569 or 07960 973 847 to find out.

E-mail: rtsparty2002@yahoo.co.uk or phone 07931 560 569 (During the weekend the backup number is 07960 973 847)

Contributions by Reclaim the Streets London, Indymedia, The Wombles, Social Centres Network, The Anarchist Youth Network and many others.

Look at this, folks just helping themselves again to my work. I know I should feel flatter the work is in demand. Just as well I’m into what’s going on here, but year after year, always the same presumptions … I support these causes. Why wont these causes support me?

http://rts.gn.apc.org/rtsimage/leaflets/RTFflyer1.pdf

http://rts.gn.apc.org/rtsimage/leaflets/RTFflyer2.pdf

Oh god! It would be nice, just now and again, to be credited, or / and slipped a tenner, but no. Guess that’s anarchy for you ……. !!

Oh, afore I forget, Guilfin listings, on it all, at: http://www.guilfin.net/database/showevent.php3?ev_id=evDNX166

DV Video Blog for Teachers

http://dvforteachers.manilasites.com/

About DV for Teachers

This site and blog is dedicated to helping educators with the ins and outs of digital video, from Pre-K to PhD.

If you’re an educator trying to get started with digital video, it can be overwhelming. I work with DV at the Instructional Technology Center in the College of Education at Georgia State University in Atlanta. I teach the basics of DV to all sorts of educators – undergraduate majors in education who are training to work with preschoolers to PhD’s who want to post a video clip of some best practices on a web site.

I hope it’s useful to you. Let me know if it is or isn’t… join the discussion. Thanks for visiting the site.

Digital Video gets more powerful and less expensive every day. This site is to help educators get through the difficulty of setting up a system and learning how to use it.

Probably also mentioning http://www.dv.com/

Many aspects covered, with much derived from DV Magazie at: http://www.dv.com/magazine/

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