This is a first time a major television show has appeared as a video download on the Web before it is broadcast.
It should be interesting to see how Sprint produces thier podcasts which are said to be a way to help business users adapt mobile technologies to increase effeciency.
We look forward to the video blogging version. Some users may not want to use the separate player, instead enjoying the podcasts on their ipods, or in another video / audio player, however for the users that don’t mind using another branded, player, this one offers some unique possiblities including index / content quick jumps in audio..
New data from Gallup shows that todat more and more people seem to know what a blog is, and are using them. Overall blog reading is not beating music and video usage online, but more and more people are using blog, I would suggest that many people read and use blogs without knowing it, but… Read More »
Another useful CSS article, for those using photoshop, and a cool online CSS generator, enjoy!
Video Bomb lets you grab Internet videos you like and publish them as a feed — “bomb” them — that your friends or fans can subscribe to, so all the online video you find ends up in their video player automatically, It lets you program and publish your own TV station made up of anything… Read More »
Super bowl ads not shown on TV and the ads that aird now available via google video. WHO REALLY WON THE SUPER BOWL? By Marco Iacoboni This year, at the UCLA Ahmanson-Lovelace Brain Mapping Center, Marco Iacoboni and his group used functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) to measure brain responses in a group of subjects… Read More »
German BMW Banned From Google This penalty is a good example of what can happen to sites going against the Google webmaster guidelines no matter how big or important one might deem the site. Google writes: “If an SEO creates deceptive or misleading content on your behalf, such as doorway pages or “throwaway” domains, your… Read More »
When an author does not want his site to be copied or indexed by search engines, he can use: 1. A meta tag as (well-behaved bots). 2. A robots.txt file which indicates the parts of the site not to be explored (well-behaved bots). 3. .htaccess to ban known or detected robots (any webbot). 4. A… Read More »
Verbatim: Search firms surveyed on privacy | CNET News.com update To find out what kind of information the four major search companies retain about their users, CNET News.com surveyed America Online, Google, Microsoft and Yahoo.