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SPECIAL MULTIMODAL BONUS RESOURCES AND PHOTOS FOR「Neighborhood Autumn Festival in Japan: A Multimodal Visual Ethnography and Performance」@ DISTRIBUTED MULTIMODALITIES @ DISTRIBUTE 2020

Click here for project abstract and background. Segment I: Introduction Previous VAOJ Fall Festival Photo Essays:Really Late - Better Late Than Never - 2019 Neighborhood Fall Festival Shots From Sunday, 13 Oct. (Saturday was canceled due to a typhoon...) https://visualanthropologyofjapan.blogspot.com/2019/11/really-late-better-late-than-never-2019.html もうすぐ「秋祭り」ですね... Getting ready to press the shutter and push the danjiri at the Fall Festival! https://visualanthropologyofjapan.blogspot....
Tags: Photography, Japan, Film, Virtual Conference, Anthropology, Community, Performance, Shinto, Visual Anthropology, Visual Ethnography, Kadoma, Fall Festival, Danjiri, Multimodality, Mochi Maki


The sunrise this morning was well-attended.

So many people out there at 5:45. The cloud cover was 0%, so it looked a way that I've seen many times. Type #3 I'll call it. The completely clear sky. Type #1 is a completely clouded sky, Type #2 is fully clouded but with some texture. The only other type I've identified is Type #5, which is distinctive, with a golden zigzag. I'll get to 10 types once I've seen the full annual cycle, which will be on September 8th.Anyway, this is the open thread to get you through the night and onto the next...
Tags: Photography, Law, Sunrise, Lake Mendota, Ann Althouse


Platforms scramble as ‘Plandemic’ conspiracy video spreads misinformation like wildfire

A coronavirus conspiracy video featuring a well-known vaccine conspiracist is spreading like wildfire on social media this week, even as platforms talk tough about misinformation in the midst of the pandemic. In the professionally-produced video, a solemn interviewer named Mikki Willis interviews Judy Mikovits, a figure best known for her anti-vaccine activism in recent years. The video touches on a number of topics favored among online conspiracists at the moment, filtering most of them through...
Tags: Social, TC, Facebook, Instagram, Tech, Policy, Bill Gates, Anthony Fauci, Nih, Trump, Misinformation, Willis, Fauci, Mikki Willis, Facebook Instagram and Twitter, Facebook Misinformation


How to add a countdown to your Instagram story and announce events

You can add a countdown to your Instagram story after capturing a new photo or video, or selecting one from your photo library and setting it as your background.  To add a countdown to your Instagram story, tap the square smiley face button — used to add gifs, stickers, and more — at the top of the screen, or swipe up from the bottom of the screen to access the same menu. Any countdown you add to a published Instagram story will be saved and available to reuse in the future. Visit Business Ins...
Tags: Instagram, Trends, Walmart, Apple Samsung


Tokyo black and white eye contact?

The image itself is black and white, but the young woman’s expression is much more of a grey area.
Tags: Travel, Photography, Tokyo


Brian May Hospitalized After Tearing Butt Muscle To Shreds While Gardening

Brian May was hospitalized earlier this week because he tore his butt muscles "to shreds" in "a moment of over-enthusiastic gardening." He revealed the news in an Instagram post with a photo of him wearing a mask and a video of him rolling through the hospital. More »
Tags: Music, News, Instagram, Queen, Brian, Brian May


15 April 1978 ~ 7th Annual UM FT Kent, Maine Race


Tags: Photos, Sport, Running


Veet Canada: Get A Free Sample Of Easy-Gel Wax Strips

You may recall that a while back there was an offer from Veet for a coupon for a free box of their wax strips. This was a sample that you could only obtain if you happened to see the offer while scrolling through your Facebook or Instagram news feeds. There is a new offer that is currently available, but this time it is an actual sample kit that includes wax strips, perfect finishing wipes, and a coupon for $5 off the purchase of Veet Easy-Gel wax strips. If you got the free coupon offer when i...
Tags: Facebook, Instagram, Shopping, Canada, Free Stuff, Canadian Freebies, Canadian Deals & Coupons, VEET, Veet Canada Facebook


Photography 101: What is a histogram, and how do you use it?

This easy-to-learn tool found in cameras and software will help you get the perfect exposure with every shot.
Tags: Photography, Trends, How-to, Digital Photography, Digital Cameras, Histogram, Photography Basics, Photography 101


Help Support Cinematographers (and Other Makers) One Frame At A Time

COVID-19 has stopped the production of films and commercials across the entire globe. This has put an industry made of millions of freelance crew members out of work, with no sick leave, PTO, or option to remain financially stable. The film industry supports 2.1 million jobs in the U.S., with millions more around the globe. […] The post Help Support Cinematographers (and Other Makers) One Frame At A Time appeared first on Adpulp.
Tags: Photography, Advertising, Advocacy, Directors, PTO, Production Community, Behind The Camera, COVID-19


Bon Appetit Is Hosting an Instagram Live Dinner Party Friday

Bon Appetit is hosting a dinner party Friday, Instagram Live-style, to benefit restaurants and service workers struggling due to Covid-19. The multi-course dinner party will kick off on the magazine's Instagram account at 4:30 p.m. ET and raise money for nonprofit fund The Lee Initiative. Each course will be hosted by a different Bon Appetit...
Tags: Instagram, Advertising, Bon Appetit, Social Pro Daily, COVID, Life in Quarantine


The influencer economy hasn't been destroyed by the advertising meltdown, as creators make money from merch, subscriptions, and even personalized shout-outs

Advertisers have sliced budgets for influencer sponsored posts in recent weeks to save on costs and avoid appearing tone-deaf during the coronavirus pandemic. But while sponsored content has long been a predictable (and essential) source of income for digital creators, the industry has matured well beyond branded posts, and the influencer economy won't be destroyed by the economic downturn. As live sports and other major media events have shut down, social-media engagement is hitting an all-ti...
Tags: Google, Instagram, Youtube, US, Trends, Village, Wall Street Journal, Sundar Pichai, Patreon, Mavrck, Ben, Waller, Electronic Arts, Neil Waller, Segar, Katy Bellotte


Enough With the Selfies. How About a Quarantine Portrait?

To mark this unusual period in history, some people are commissioning art photography of themselves.
Tags: Photography, News, Families and Family Life, Quarantines, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV


NFL Star Earl Thomas’ Wife Nina Arrested After Holding Gun to His Head After Catching Him in Bed With Naked Woman

Baltimore Ravens safety Earl Thomas had a wild run-in with his wife last month which involved her pointing a loaded gun to his head and her getting arrested. According to court documents obtained by TMZ, the domestic altercation occurred on April 13th at an Austin, Texas AirBnB after Nina Thomas caught her husband, Earl, cheating with naked women. Austin police arrived at the scene at 3:41 a.m. and witnessed the following: “We observed that a black female wearing an orange sweater with a knife i...
Tags: Celebs, Crime, Instagram, Sports, NFL, Austin, Domestic Violence, Pop Culture, Jazz, Arrests, Russell Wilson, Baltimore Ravens, Ravens, Ciara, Austin Texas, Earl


Leading Thoughts for May 7, 2020

IDEAS shared have the power to expand perspectives, change thinking, and move lives. Here are two ideas for the curious mind to engage with: I. Lance Secretan on doing the hard thing and playing to people’s strengths instead of complaining about their weaknesses: “We cannot guide the brilliance of others by getting everyone to do something the same way; we guide the brilliance of others by playing to their strengths, teasing greatness from them by honoring their gifts, and making it as easy a...
Tags: Facebook, Leadership, Instagram, Leading Thoughts, Clifford Longley, Jonathan Sacks Look


How to delete your highlights on Instagram individually or by collection

You can delete a highlight on Instagram if you find the highlight outdated or no longer relevant to your public profile.  You can either remove one item within the Instagram highlight or the entire collection.  Instagram highlights make it easy to organize and showcase your Instagram stories and posts on your profile. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Whether it's an individual photo or the entire collection, it's easy to delete your Instagram highlights. Highlights are a g...
Tags: Instagram, Trends, Walmart, Apple Samsung, Instagram Check


The Nikon D6 camera is finally arriving on May 21

Nikon's sports-loving flagship is coming out of quarantine
Tags: Photography, News, Trends, Nikon, Coronavirus, Nikon D6


‘Women in Music’ Webinar With Execs From Spotify, Columbia, Variety Taking Place Today

Executives from Spotify, Instagram, YouTube, Facebook, Columbia Records are the focus of a “Women in Music” webinar, the third in FYI Brand Group’s #FYIFiresides virtual series via Zoom, taking place today (Thursday, May 7) at 6 p.m. ET/ 3 p.m. PT. The conversation is moderated by Variety’s executive music editor Shirley Halperin and features: Whitney-Gayle Benta […]
Tags: Facebook, Spotify, News, Instagram, Columbia Records, Variety, Shirley Halperin, FYI Brand Group, Spotify Columbia Variety Taking Place Today, Whitney Gayle Benta


Get to know the Southern California soul artists on the new Penrose Records

Riverside’s Gabriel Roth — who is perhaps better known to the musical world as Bosco Mann — has been hard at work bringing exposure to a blossoming Southern California “souldies” scene through his new label imprint Penrose Records. Here’s a look at the area’s artists on the label who will be releasing 45 RPM singles, most of which will be released in June. Thee Sacred Souls: The San Diego-based band, composed of members Alex Garcia, Sal Samano and Josh Lane, came to Penrose after a follower of t...
Tags: Instagram, Time, Los Angeles, Sport, Ap, Netflix, Things To Do, Soccer, San Diego, Miami, Cbs, Montgomery, Southern California, West Hollywood, Ponce, Dude


Dress Like a Woman : Working Women and What They Wore Book Review

Dress Like a Woman : Working Women and What They Wore explores the myriad of different costumes worn by women all over the world, a fascinating intersection of gender, fashion, politics, culture, class, nationality, and race. You’ll see some familiar faces, including trailblazers Shirley Chisholm, Amelia Earhart, Angela Davis, Georgia O’Keeffe, and Michelle Obama, but the majority of photographs are of ordinary working women from many backgrounds and professions. Pioneering scientists and mat...
Tags: Photography, Fashion, Book Reviews, Michelle Obama, Anime, Amazon UK, Photography Book, Amazon Japan, Art Book Review, Costume Design, Women Fashion, Ninagawa Woman


Google Lens can now copy real-life text and paste it into your computer

Scan text from handwritten notes with a snapshot and a swipe of the finger
Tags: Google, Mobile, Photography, News, Trends, Google Translate, Google Lens, Copy Paste


Why the influencer economy will survive the coronavirus advertising meltdown

Advertisers have sliced budgets for influencer sponsored posts in recent weeks to save on costs and avoid appearing tone-deaf during the coronavirus pandemic. But while sponsored content has long been a predictable (and essential) source of income for digital creators, the industry has matured well beyond branded posts, and the influencer economy won't be destroyed by the economic downturn. As live sports and other major media events have shut down, social-media engagement is hitting an all-ti...
Tags: Google, Instagram, Youtube, US, Trends, Village, Wall Street Journal, Sundar Pichai, Patreon, Mavrck, Ben, Waller, Electronic Arts, Neil Waller, Segar, Katy Bellotte


WhatsApp is touting steps taken to cut the viral spread of coronavirus misinformation, but experts question whether it's done enough

WhatsApp, the Facebook-owned encrypted messaging platform, said last month it had seen a 70% drop in "frequently forwarded" messages on its app after enacting limits on use of the feature in response to the spread of coronavirus misinformation. But this isn't the first time WhatsApp has dealt with viral misinformation that could have deadly consequences: Dozens of people in India were killed in India in 2018 after false rumors accusing them of child kidnapping spread on the platform. However, ...
Tags: Facebook, Asia, UK, Instagram, India, Trends, United Kingdom, National Health Service, Brazil, World Health Organization, Latin America, Business Insider, Phillipines, Facebook Instagram, Rinehart, Karan


Instagram sponsored posts have dropped dramatically, but it doesn't mean the end of the influencer business

Welcome back to this week's Influencer Dashboard newsletter! This is Amanda Perelli, writing to you from home, and here's an update on what's new in the business of influencers and creators. This week, my colleague Dan Whateley and I wrote an analysis piece on why the coronavirus won't destroy the influencer economy, despite the doom and gloom from some reports.  We spoke to professionals across the industry to better understand how creators and marketers are earning a living during the pandemic...
Tags: Amazon, Texas, Instagram, Youtube, Trends, Information, Netflix, Caa, US Navy, Dan, IMG, Hollywood Reporter, Nastya, Charli, Schick, Lauren Johnson


Lightroom running slow? Here’s how to speed it up without buying a new computer

These seven steps will help you squeeze out more performance from Adobe Lightroom CC and Lightroom Classic CC.
Tags: Photography, Adobe, Trends, Adobe Lightroom CC, Adobe Lightroom Classic CC


UK eyeing switch to Apple-Google API for coronavirus contacts tracing — report

The UK may be rethinking its decision to shun Apple and Google’s API for its national coronavirus contacts tracing app, according to the Financial Times, which reported yesterday that the government is paying an IT supplier to investigate whether it can integrate the tech giants’ approach after all. As we’ve reported before coronavirus contacts tracing apps are a new technology which aims to repurpose smartphones’ Bluetooth signals and device proximity to try to estimate individuals’ infectio...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Health, Google, Android, Mobile, Apps, Europe, UK, London, Bluetooth, Instagram, Privacy, Australia, France, Wi-fi



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