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  • Diy culture

    1. 1. DIY culture(Do it your self) Deepa.m II.masscomm
    2. 2. Do it yourself (or DIY) is a term used to describe building, modifying, or repairing of something without the aid of experts or professionals. The phrase "do it yourself" came into common usage in the 1950s in reference to home improvement projects which people might choose to complete independently.
    3. 3.  "DIY" and "do-it-yourself" are also used to describe: self-publishing books, alternative comics bands or solo artists releasing their music on self-funded record labels trading of mix tapes as part of cassette culture crafts such as knitting, sewing, handmade jewelry, ceramics, etc. designing business cards, invitations, etc. independent game development and game modding contemporary roller derby
    4. 4.  DIY Ethic-being self-reliant by completing tasks oneself as opposed to having others who are more experienced or able complete them for you individuals and communities, encouraging the employment of alternative approaches when faced with bureaucratic or societal obstacles to achieving their objectives.
    5. 5. Punk culture bands began to record their music, produce albums and merchandise, distribute their works and often performed basement shows in residential homes rather than at traditional venue, to avoid corporate sponsorship or to secure freedom in performance.
    6. 6.  Internet Artists can interact each other and opportunity to make their own films, records ,or other content , and distribute it over the web. Feminists, Lesbians, transgender empowering them selves
    7. 7. Indie music of Olympia Using alternative media by feminist for claimed space of feminist politics even if they have gone undetected by the main stream culture ‘Au paris’- challenging gender stereo types in music making Female empowerment through participation in subcultural activities
    8. 8. Intractable website specializing in user-created and uploaded do-it-yourself projects, which other users can comment on and rate for quality. created by Eric Wilhelm http://www.instructables.com/
    9. 9.  Digital story telling Trying to covey a story with available resources About- adventures of life (photos ,videos sound etc) Recovery stories Love stories Discovery A place in your life
    10. 10.  Thank uuuuu

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