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Jamie Cohen
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Instructor and Program Director, New Media, Molloy College
Instructor and Program Director, New Media, Molloy College

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After watching the Best Vines 2013 video, I can see how video comedians can really make their mark using this 6 second cinema style. 
The Best VINES of 2013 Compilation! (77 VINES!)

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This is a really fun video! MacGruber & Sons

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That's why I teach code.

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It's getting closer.. I still say, you add great music to anything creepy and it people will want it. 

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Screens everywhere! Now in magazines? Some very technical stuff for the print medium..

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Television on a box is still the money maker - until that changes, don't expect corporate TV to change.

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"With regular weekly shows and viewer-friendly playlists, they are indeed slightly more televisionlike than the millions of mostly homemade videos that surround them. But the harder they try to resemble television, the less interesting they are."

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Eusebio, a quiet man who's job as a forensic cleaner is to sterilize after someone has died, is now facing the busiest moment in his career as the city of Lima is plagued by a mysterious epidemic outburst. A lethal infection to the lungs is now rapidly spreading through the city and shows no signs of stopping.

One day, as Eusebio is cleaning a desolate house, he finds an 8-year-old child hiding in a wardrobe who has evidently become an orphan. Tasked with finding the boy's remaining family, Eusebio struggles to take care of the boy in a city that is slowly falling apart.

A man who has never been able to relate to people, and to life, suddenly becomes responsible for this young orphan. In a place where you would least expect it, a story surfaces about love and care.

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This is a gorgeous film that needs funding. Please help and contribute to their IndieGoGo to help with the post production process.

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Here ya go, G+! My Journal of Media Literacy Education review about using Google+ as a media literacy tool!
http://www.jmle.org/index.php/JMLE/article/view/226

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With each new advancement that people come to accept, then later enjoy, we are one step closer to embedded technologies. Which of course people will come to accept and of course enjoy.
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