The internet is growing up, sort of, with a new wave of so-called Web2.0 websites flooding into the online space offering services as diverse as video storage to printing business cards from your holiday snaps in three easy stages.
Published in Feature on October 8, 2006 8:03 PM
Making The Sale
The appetite from consumers for this digital content delivered straight to their computers is evident in the staggering numbers put forward by the California based computer company for sales of music and video material.
Published in Feature on October 4, 2006 6:02 PM
Dance In Motion
A video tutorial for you, our dear readers, about how to get your video prepped for the internet using a piece of software that costs just $30 (£15 in real money). Our video tutorial takes 5 minutes, your online performance will last a life time! (oh good grief! Ed!)
Published in Feature on August 7, 2006 10:03 PM
Dance Into The VOIP
by Martin French Here in the Lab we’re nice people. So much so, when we find something useful that might just save the hard pressed folks in dance a little bit of cash we are more than willing to...
Published in Feature on June 29, 2006 2:18 AM
Steve Bird (Music)
by Neil Nisbet In our music section's very short history we have come to the conclusion that it is simply not possible to become a musician unless either of your parents was a piano tinkler, guitar plucker or general...
Published in Feature on June 3, 2006 9:32 PM
New Technology 2006
by Michael Devney Technology has moved on and moved on very quickly. The last time we did a technology update the internet was in its infancy and Dallas was cutting edge television programming! Ok, it hasn’t been that long but...
Published in Feature on May 7, 2006 9:06 PM
Blogging and Flickring
By Article19 Creating and maintaining a website can be an arduous business for the non technically minded and for a busy, understaffed dance company it can be nothing short of impossible. There simply isn’t the time or the inclination to...
Published in Feature on May 7, 2006 3:01 PM
Kit Haigh (Music)
by Neil Nisbet Kit Haigh is a musician who wears many hats. On the one hand he is a guitarist with the Gasoline Allstars, which he describes casually as ‘just a rock band’ and on the other hand he...
Published in Feature on March 13, 2006 10:22 AM
British Dance Edition 2006
by Neil Nisbet British Dance Edition pulled off the covers and showed itself to a suspecting world once again in the northern city of Leeds. The bi-annual bun fight, hosted by Yorkshire Dance, got underway from February 9th to the...
Published in Feature on February 20, 2006 2:11 PM
Sally Hossack (Music)
by Evil Imp Article19’s brand new music section kicks off with 27 year old tune-smith Sally Hossack from Leicester one half of the combo Phonek, with Joe Crofton, and a solo singer/songwriter and guitarist in her own right ....
Published in Feature on February 2, 2006 9:13 PM
Falling Cat 'Closer'
by Neil Nisbet Technology and dance are often uncomfortable bedfellows particularly when taken into a performance context. Falling Cat however have developed a unique, interactive performance environment that not only serves as a therapeutic tool for individuals with a range...
Published in Feature on January 29, 2006 7:58 PM
Intrepid Reader Returns
by Michele Lefevre Many moons ago there was an individual who had the courage, fortitude and, some would say, downright cheek to question us on our motives. We dubbed this person our “intrepid reader” to protect their identity and to...
Published in Feature on January 19, 2006 4:22 PM
5 Simple Steps
by Jordan Kinsella Dance film making, dance for camera, call it what you want but almost without exception it is pretty poor in terms of invention, quality, ideas, quality, craft, design, movement, quality and of course the quality is appalling....