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Film professors can copy snippets from DVDs for educational compilations.
really, reviews in just four words for over 16,000 films
online film magazine with an independent, often European focus
see Nov. 27 06 and earlier, "The Rise of Flash Video" by Tom Green; many articles of interest to both designers and theorists in this ejournal
"Our interests extend to the wondrous, the curious, the singular, the esoteric, the arcane, and the sometimes hazy frontier between the plausible and the implausible." a whacky collection
a social networking site in which BBC offers cultural reviews, with clips, and readers comment or write alternative reviews; readers also submit own reviews
English site overview page of a large German site for media, art, and the Internet
narrative+history+pictures+encyclopedia; "safe, fast and fun way to learn the real story behind historic events, famous people, heroic exploits, legends, disasters, movies, plus topics of current and general interest"
"brings together online film critics for serious, and seriously fun, discussion about film"; links to blogs by selected critics
film blog, wide range of interests
business and technology for media artists; many interesting perspectives and tech histories
a look-up source for information
left political and literary review, good writing
Portal with wide variety of categories; most useful are the evaluative and descriptive annotations for each entry, so you can see how the possible "consumer opinion," for example, sites vary. Place to find free reference tools.
Metacritic is a usefully organized site, providing tips on what you might like to do.
it's interesting for a US Internet user to read an overview perspective from the UK
rather technical; useful list of many web2.0 bloggers; frequent comparison of sites serving a similar function
just what it says; its lists and tip sheets are regularly updated
popular site from Pew Internet Project; allows people to make predictions, read predictions from the 90s; nice for kids
a news site about cyberjournalism, with many resources, such as roundup links to most cyberjournalist sites; a phenomenon being embraced by many news organizations themselves