For no other reason that it was fun to play with, using the cutting web 2.X tools of BombayTV, we have the latest in the tales of edupunk.

Grapheine : Webdesigners, illustrateurs, graphistes, agence de com, Paris Lyon

A linktribution goes to the Adventures of Bollywood Blackboardwala by Randy Thornton for yielding this site that allows you to write your own sub titles for a clip from a Bollywood movie.

Jim, you coulda been somebody, you coulda been a contenda….

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An early 90s builder of the web and blogging Alan Levine barks at on web storytelling (#ds106 #4life), photography, bending WordPress, and serendipity in the infinite internet river. He thinks it's weird to write about himself in the third person.


  1. Cogdog,

    Wow, I’m honored, and I don’t know what to say. But, I’m sad to say, this video comes aday too late. I accepted the vice presidency at BlackBoard and I ate the Calzone—it was delicious. You’re a nut, and that’s why I love you! And your gift for storytelling is of no small magnitude, the way you use the facial expressions in this clip really bring the beautiful nuances of EDUPUNk, selling out, and the New World Order of black suits and red shirts to life, awesome.

  2. I had no intent on going this route- I was just grooved when I saw this little site to allow you to attach your own subtitles to a foreign language film. It’s an interesting creative process to watch clip and try to insert a new story line that works with the expressions and scenes.

    Calzones for everyone!

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