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Montreal Meets Live Tonight

In a few hours I will be taking the stage at Concordia University with James White and Francois Hoang for the MontrealMeets. For those that won't be able to attend the event will be broadcasted live. In case you need the last minute information, here is a list of all the important stuff for this evening’s festivities as posted on the Montreal Meets website. The Schedule 18h15 EST – Montreal Meets Presentation18h30 EST – Signalnoise Presentation19h30 EST – Abduzeedo Presentation15 MINUTE BREAK20h45 EST – Q & A Session Attendance information 1515 Ste-Catherine West in the EV Building, in the room EV 1-605 at 18h00. For those coming to the event, please arrive about 15 minutes in advance to take your place. Please note that the reserved seats will be seated first and the rest will have to stand. For the e-ticket, just give your email to the people at the front and this will be your confirmation for your entry to the event. If your email is not confirmed, that means you will to wait for the reserved seats to be seated first and then you’ll be able to come in. Sorry for the inconvenience. Live broadcast If you are unable to attend the event in person, you can tune in live via a Ustream broadcast. Things were made really easy, you can click over to the Signalnoise Broadcast page and tune in to watch the presentations. The chat may be deactivated during the broadcast to allow better bandwidth, we’ll see how it goes. Twitter I’m sure there will be plenty of posts on Twitter before, during and after the event. If you want to keep up on the action watch for the hashtag #MontrealMeets and follow @Montreal_Meets, @AoiroStudio, @Abduzeedo and @Signalnoise.

Video Inspiration: This Is Where We Live

I love stopmotion movies. I have done lots of them and I am always interested in seeing new. This movie blew my mind. A project which dures over 3 weeks was done by many animateurs. It's a creative ad about the 25th anniversary of the 4th estate. If it loads, please wait, It's worth it. This Is Where We Live from 4th Estate on Vimeo