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AstriCon Video Snippet of an AstriCon Session

For those that couldn't make AstriCon, thought I'd share this brief ~5 minute snippet of the 1st AstriCon session on Tuesday 10/25/11. Gives you some flavor of the awesome attendance and a little bit of the show content. I captured...

Google Bankrolls $100M to Get into Video Entertainment Biz

Last week I reported how Amazon should buy HBO or at least start creating their own TV shows and movies so they can be in control of their own destiny. I also mentioned last week Apple and Google as also...

Why the Hell Doesn't Google+ Integrate my YouTube Videos?

So I finally bit the bullet and decided to see what all the buzz was about regarding Google+. I took one of my several invites and joined Google+ today. The first thing I did after creating my coworkers circle was...

Flash 10.2 Adds Full Screen on Separate Monitors

Flash 10.2 finally adds the ability to watch full screen video on a separate monitor while you continue to work on your primary monitor. Guess this makes the popular Flash full screen hack called FlashHacker obsolete. Now everyone can happily...

ooVoo Adds Facebook and YouTube Integration

Today ooVoo announced their new 2.9 software update which includes powerful social media integration and video sharing. In 2.9, users can connect and share their ooVoo status with Facebook and invite Facebook friends to join them on ooVoo, as well...

Cell Phone Time Traveller Caught on 1928 Film?

Put on your conspiracy tin foil hats boys and girls, this ones a doozy! A woman is seen in a 1928 Charlie Chaplin film "The Circus" appearing to hold a a cell phone to her ear. Of course, there are...

Patriotic Video for 4th of July - American Heart

Today is July 1st, which means the 4th of July (Independence Day) is just 3 days away. I thought I'd share this patriotic video featuring an uplifting song by Jon David called American Heart. Patriotic images include the Statue of...

Edit YouTube Videos Online

Today, YouTube announced a new feature that lets you edit your YouTube videos online. Sweet! Here's what you can do: Combine multiple videos you've uploaded to create a new longer video Trim the beginning and/or ending of your videos  Add...

Next Justin Bieber?

Ladies, meet the next Justin Bieber sensation. I know this blog is mostly about gadgets, man caves, and VoIP/telecom, which are all typically dominated by males. But I know I have a female audience as well - and this...

Cablevision Connects PC to TV Using Software

Who'd a thunk that your cable box could magically transmit your PC's video and audio directly to your TV with no wires? Cablevision just released a new piece of software that you simply load onto your PC and then your...

Where does the extra man come from? Fun Optical Illusion

Count the number of men below and wait until it moves.  Then count it again. Where does the extra man come from? When you get frustrated enough, just post a comment and I'll post the solution. You can also view...

YouTube Kills Fair Use, Mutes Audio

Apparently YouTube has decided to ignore the whole "fair use" thing. You know, the law whereby you are allowed limited use of copyrighted material without requiring permission from the rights holders, such as use for scholarship or review. Fair use...

Need more Terabytes this Christmas?

Looking for a faster, bigger hard drive this Christmas? (Two days till Black Friday sales by the way) Well, I came across this funny Youtube video of the day - filmed at famous Mac Store Tekserve in Manhattan, New...

High quality YouTube Video Hack

Sick and tired of cr**py YouTube video quality? Well, check out kottke.org's tips on how to enable HQ video on YouTube. It's not HD quality, but much better than the default. The specs for the Youtube HQ video is mp4...

Did You Buy a Mouse Today? Much Cheaper Now!

You're probably using a mouse today, but you may never buy one again.All the planets are aligning against this humble pointing device. The computer mouse has long been associated with the PC, but in fact it was invented during the...

SkyFire Review

Rich Tehrani has a great review on the SkyFire browser that gives Windows Mobile devices the Apple iPhone browsing experience. Well, not quite, but definitely much better than the built-in Windows Mobile browser. It supports easy zooming, Flash support, videos...

Windows Mobile 6.1 Update

Microsoft has announced plans to rollout an updated version of its Windows Mobile platform called Windows Mobile 6.1. The new updates include enhancements to existing features as well as some new ones. Features include e-mail, Web-access, instant messaging, traffic updates,...

Tech Bubble 2.0 video

This is the funniest video I've seen in a long time. It talks about hitting the big time (aka making billions) by starting a technology website, blogging website, etc. The video is played with a parody of Billy Joel's "We...

BabelTV integrates VoIP, YouTube, TV, iPod, Video, and more

BabelTV is a set-top box that integrates TV and Web access to allow you to tune into and record Freeview TV and radio broadcasts, stream video clips, browse the Web, and even make VoIP calls. BabelTV also features PVR...

Microsoft Silverlight takes on Adobe Flash

Scobleizer talks about Microsoft throwing down the multi-media gauntlet with a new software called Silverlight that aims to take on Adobe Flash, the predominant video media format on YouTube and other websites due to its better cross-platform support. Microsoft's Silverlight...

Google stock continues to impress

According to the wires, Google is reporting a 70 percent year-over-year increase in revenue of $2.69 billion in its third quarter 2006 fiscal results, which ended Sept. 30. The Internet search engine also announced a non-GAAP operating income of $1.03...

Google buys YouTube

Google has acquired YouTube for $1.65 billion, setting to rest all the rumors. I wonder how this will affect Google's stock considering the liability risk Google will inheirit with this acquisition of an entity that is known for ignoring copyright...

MTV: Living in a Virtual World

If watching reality TV and playing "reality" video games like all of the permutations of The Sims wasn't enough, MTV plans to launch its new show, Virtual Laguna Beach, on Wednesday. Not just any old MTV-type show, according to reports...

VoIP Quality from bad to worse

Brix Networks, a company that develops monitoring tools for service providers, analyzed data it gathered from a Web site it created a couple of years ago called TestYourVoIP.com. The site does a bandwidth test and allows consumers to test the...
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