Jan/Feb Videos 2012: Andrew Eckholm v Christian Morris (and One Bonus Videos)

The NSD Update Video Hub is back, with more coverage of the Jan/Feb topic. The following videos are from the 2012 Harvard Invitational.

Previously-posted videos can be viewed off-site at the following locations.
Videos from the 2011 LD Debate Season collection can be viewed here: http://vimeo.com/channels/ldseason2011.
Videos from the 2012 LD Debate Season collection can be viewed here: http://vimeo.com/channels/ldseason2012.
Videos from all other channel collections can be viewed here: http://vimeo.com/lddebate/channels.
Follow us on Twitter @LDDebateVideos for updates and news throughout the season.

The first featured round is the following: Andrew Eckholm of Stuyvesant (NY) affirms against Christian Morris of Lake Highland (FL) in octafinals of the 2012 Harvard Invitational.
http://www.vimeo.com/37216825

The second featured round is the following: Richard Shmikler of St. Louis Park (MN) affirms against Christine Chen of Hockaday (TX) in double-octafinals of the 2012 Harvard Invitational.
http://www.vimeo.com/37356035

For on-site navigation, we are premiering this scrollable archive that allows you to access all videos from the 2011-12 season without navigating to the hub itself. Simply select a video by flipping through the thumbnails of rounds, then click play to view. Clicking the title of the round (the text highlighted in blue) allows you to navigate to the hub if you wish to read the round’s description, add a comment, or download the file.

  • Anonymous

    What happened to the video of Noah v Farhan????????

    • Anonymous

      My understanding is that one of the pro-disclosure teams wasn’t quite so pro-disclosure.

      • Anonymous

        To be fair, there are some qualitative differences between being filmed and having one’s arguments posted (both in terms of the law and in terms of exposure to the debate world). 

        It would be great if everyone were okay with the practice of being filmed–it seems the actual consent was muddled in this case–but I respect the right for parties to opt out if they wish; nobody’s videos will be posted against their will. So when I was contacted for a removal because it was unclear whether Farhan consented, I removed the video.

        • Anonymous

          What exactly are the qualitative differences? Posting rebuttal strategies seems to reveal most everything that a video can. If anything, those who run ldleaks should be ENCOURAGING more videos taken against debaters consent, theres no more full disclosure then that. 

          • Anonymous

            It is against the law to film someone without their consent in Massachusetts, particularly if distributed online. It is not illegal to discuss their arguments (at least not as clearly illegal).

            That is one; there are others I will not go into. 

            Basically, I do not believe in using force or violating consent in the debate space. Whether or not it’s inconsistent for a team to post info on LD Leaks and to refuse filming is another issue, but I choose to respect the right of consent in both instances.

          • Anonymous

            I respect your decisions in choosing which videos to put up, and I do not wish to argue with you. This is mainly directed at those who requested the video down in the first place, not you.

  • Aaron Lee

    NOAH STAR