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The term “Web 2.0” was coined to describe (and, in part, predict) the rise in user-created content on the Net. Recently there have been two stories that show interesting developments in Web 2.0’s evolution: bumps in the road to the anticipated convergence with television, and the rise of 2.0 as alternative journalism.

PBS› Frontline will be showing Growing Up Online on Tuesday, January 22.

A contest asks young people to make videos showing their vision of what sex education should be.

Why are movies so often unlike their trailers? The answer may surprise you.

New York Times articles are good primers on film and sound editing.

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