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May 31, 2006

The Streaming Suitcase

The Streaming Suitcase
Aww.. I thought it was going to be a suitcase that streamed but it is almost as good: A series of manuals, published under a Creative Commons license for streaming. Includes streaming audio and video on Linux, streaming with PD and of course MacOS and Windows Media streaming.

From the site:
Welcome! The Streaming Suitcase is a resource for those wanting to learn to stream. The material is all licensed under Creative Commons and is free to download and distribute.

Thanks Scott!

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