I ran into Suzanne Seggerman from GamesforChange at the reception at the end of the Beyond Broadcast Conference. She was in the working group on Beyond Virtual Worlds To Intentional Communities. I piggy backed onto an interview that Jonny Goldstein was doing and just grabbed this snippet about the gap between public perception and reality when it comes to using games for social change.
I've got to find a camera that captures video onto a card and an external plug for a mic that doesn't cost a lot of money. I've limited myself to the cheapest tools possible because most nonprofits don't have the resources of the local public broadcasting station. What this means is that sometimes means that production values suffer or as some public broadcasters said yesterday in the Beyond YouTube Workshop about user-generated video content, "Yuck, awful audio quality."
Here's Jonny Goldstein's video of the entire interview. He used a different camera/mic. Note the difference in sound quality.