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Category Archives: Social Networking
I recently heard (well, read on a listserv) from a couple of folks I know that were looking for an alternative to Delicious. These people have a lot invested in their bookmarks but are finding it difficult to re-find them … Continue reading →
C-SPAN has a really interesting site for showing the debate videos. It has a transcript search, a blog aggregation, a twitter message board and so on. Here are some screen-shots: Transcript along with video Twitter and Blog Aggregation: Transcript Keyword … Continue reading →
YouTube – Web 2.0 … The Machine is Us/ing Us Can we make this video searchable, linkable, machine readable? Unfortunately, not yet.. Hopefully soon.
Over at Shelly Palmer’s blog I wrote a comment in response to his thoughts on a recent Google presentation where it was noted that kids and teenagers weren’t consuming YouTube as much as previously assumed. He discussed some possible alternatives … Continue reading →
It is too hard to share. When video is consumed in a web browser, the URL is always there, always available and easy to email. After all, although we watch might watch these videos in isolation, we consume them in … Continue reading →
Recently, I had a chance to discuss what online video might look like in the next 10 years with a group of very smart people at the Video on the Net: Beyond YouTube? breakout session at the Beyond Broadcast conference. … Continue reading →
First of all, major kudos to Steve Schultze and the rest of the folks that took on the organizing this year. Great job! Some other things I knew but was reminded of regarding events and conferences of this sort: 1: … Continue reading →
Beyond Broadcast, a conference that I was involved in organizing last year is happening again this year. It is coming on the heels of the Integrated Media Association’s Public Media Conference in Boston which is definitely a good time to … Continue reading →
Tom Vilsack has posted a video on YouTube that is his first foray into “videoblogging”. He definitely has someone knowledgeable advising him as he says the right things, encourages conversation and wants to hear from us. Good deal.. Let’s see … Continue reading →
Interactive Tele-Journalism So.. I have finally released ITJ on SourceForge.net. With support from Konscious and Manhattan Neighborhood Network we have packaged and uploaded the latest version and it can be downloaded at: http://sourceforge.net/projects/itv-ism/.