Content Delivery And Distribution - Articles Archive
from November 3, 2006 to October 4, 2006

New Media Art Future - Key Characteristics And Major Challenges Shaping The Future of Art. In the previous parts of this article about the future of art, we have started analyzing how the internet and the new media are reshaping art by opening many and new doors ... read more

Andy Oram - Praxagora - November 3, 2006
 

Open Source film-making experiment A Swarm Of Angels aims to create a £1,000,000 movie using only digital media, and then release the collaborative effort into the wild, so that it can be remixed and transformed by anyone. This ambitious project sets out to challenge the Hollywood ... read more

Michael Pick - November 2, 2006
 

If you are independent online publisher trying to make money on the web, it is likely that you may have been considering how to crank out more monetizable content without having to clone yourself. As most experienced online marketers know, writing unique quality content is not only ... read more

Robin Good - Content Artist - November 1, 2006
 


Internet Television is indeed coming. But the best news is that small independent publishers, video makers and indie producers have now a new powerful ally facilitating their publishing, distribution and video monetization goals. And with such rapid expansion of online video publishing services, offering higher quality ... read more

Michael Pick and Robin Good - October 31, 2006
 
MoJoPages is about to launch the grassroots version of the Yellow Pages. Find your business by looking and checking out what other people have rated, voted and commented. The story of this brilliant idea is documented in this short video clip (4':24") providing an excellent visual ... read more

Robin Good - October 30, 2006
 

To date, one of the main aims of the World Wide Web has been to provide users with information. In addition to private homepages, large professional information providers, including news services, companies, and other organisations have set up web-sites. With the development and advance of ... read more

Josef Kolbitsch and Hermann Maurer - Journal of Universal Computer Science - October 30, 2006
 

The future of art and the entire artists' universe is likely to be reshaped by the internet and the new media. Whenever a commentator makes grandiose statements about history, the reader can legitimately anticipate that they will lead in to some audacious announcement about the future, couched ... read more

Andy Oram - Praxagora - October 27, 2006
 

Virtual reality worlds may represent a test bed for experimenting and prototyping new ways to communicate, market and distribute content online. This is the fascinating proposition that content distribution analyst John Blossom offers while sharing his insight into the potential of virtual world realities like the one ... read more

John Blossom - Shore - October 25, 2006
 


The phenomenon of Internet television is rising many controversies among the supporters and owners of traditional corporate TVs, because of the potentially devastating changes it might provoke in the mass media world. The unstoppable growth of the online social media networks automatically leads internet users ... read more

Livia Iacolare - October 23, 2006
 

Looking to find the latest new media tools, web services and the just-released new application software for independent publishing, for distributing content online or for communicating more effectively without needing to have a big budget? Here is our weekly collection of the best new media tools ... read more

Livia Iacolare and Robin Good - October 22, 2006
 

Online video marketing is the key business differentiator for web companies wanting to communicate effectively their product profile and benefits within the shortest possible time. There is nothing else that comes close to the effectiveness and persuasion power of a well designed video message. This doesn't mean ... read more

Michael Pick - October 20, 2006
 

The Internet has raised new possibilities for art, music, literature, and film simply by streamlining familiar activities. Digitization and downloading make it faster, easier, and less expensive to store, distribute, extract samples from, and issue comments on the arts - activities that have already gone on ... read more

Andy Oram - Praxagora - October 19, 2006
 

To date, one of the main aims of the World Wide Web has been to provide users with information. In addition to private homepages, large professional information providers, including news services, companies, and other organisations have set up web-sites. With the development and advance of recent ... read more

Josef Kolbitsch and Hermann Maurer - Journal of Unkiversal Computer Science - October 16, 2006
 

Sharewood Picnic is the weekly collection of the most interesting new media tools and resources selected and reviewed by Robin Good and Livia Iacolare. Here our favorite new tools and services for this week: Web-based editor that allows you to create text documents and spreadsheets Make calls ... read more

Livia Iacolare and Robin Good - October 15, 2006
 

Peer-to-peer networks are transforming the independent art distribution paradigm as well as the traditional creative landscape dominated so far by large commercial corporations. The floodgates have opened. Hard copy media – CDs, DVDs, magazines and newspapers – are going the way of the dinosaurs. Just ask Tower ... read more

Michael Pick - October 13, 2006
 

Unless non-profits start using Web 2.0 tools from the bottom-up, and by first exposing themselves to what it takes to work with social media, their attempts to upgrade and optimize their communication efforts will only appear a utopian dream that finds little match within their organizational ... read more

Marnie Webb - ext337.org - October 12, 2006
 

Web 2.0 is reshaping the media and business landscape to an extent unimaginable even a year ago. At the very center of this shift in how media is produced and consumed and in how businesses function, is the increased importance of community, collaboration and participatory, networked ... read more

Michael Pick and Robin Good - October 11, 2006
 
Web Presentations With Sound: Soundslides Makes Online Audio-Visual Presentations Easy To Create, and Publish On The Web. Soundslides is a simple, affordable way of getting audio-visual presentations onto the web. With no more than a folder of image files and an audio recording of your narration, Soundslides ... read more

Michael Pick - October 7, 2006
 

Participatory media has exploded in recent times, and moves from strength to strength almost daily, with new services arriving and evolving that make communicating easier than ever. But who owns the work you share? We are living through a huge shift away from top-down, one-way mass ... read more

Michael Pick - COA News - October 6, 2006
 

Web 2.0 Meets Smartmobs: Howard Rheingold Views On Web 2.0 and How Traditional Mass Media Can Adapt To The Sweeping Changes Generated by New Social Media - Exclusive Interview Howard Rheingold has been very kind in sparing some little time to share his personal views on the ... read more

Robin Good - October 4, 2006
 

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