From the "ReST in Repositories" BarCamp at the University of London George Birkbeck Bar (on Tavistock Square). Matt Zumwalt gives an introduction to what ReST is and how it applies to the Fedora Commons Repository System.
Coincidentally, the library police showed up shortly after this video was shot because people at the Capitol building had spotted what looked like a potential snipper on the roof of the Library of Congress. The library police came barging into the meeting to question some of our actions (rightfully so!).
We've arrive in Washington DC for RepoCamp, but first a meeting with Richard Rodgers (MIT), Brad McLean (DSpace), Ben O'Steen (Oxford) and Dave Tarrant (Southampton) to talk about a framework for a common storage for Repositories (ePrints, DSpace and Fedora).
I really liked this protoype as it crossed the eLearning and eResearch boundary, by providing a systematic overview of how a Research paper is written. Think timlapse of how a research paper is written from inception (versions), and then add the ancillary information like twitters and blog posts that feed into the creation of the research paper.