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December 18, 2007

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Wendy

Very interesting, Mr. Estes, very interesting indeed.

Wendy

I love this Marcus - very interesting.

Why is it, do you think, that "Hip-hop culture navigates the borders between authenticity and manufactured celebrity much more precisely than many other underground cultures"? Be curious to see if you had any theories.

Jake

The choreography of the dance itself is a reaction to the methods of distribution. It takes place within the frame of a static camera. All the exciting action is on a two dimensional plane. Lots of side stepping. The dancer is aware that his/her performance exists within a youtube frame. A single dancer can set up a tripod, or place a camera on a desk, or use mac "Photobooth," and make a contribution.

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