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from November 3, 2006 to August 30, 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
 
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
 

A few days ago I had the honour of hosting in my Rome apartment, freedom activist and hacker Richard Stallman, a near-like mythological figure in the world of computing, hacking and a pioneer figure in supporting free software as a political weapon. Wikipedia, which devotes ten pages ... read more

Robin Good - October 24, 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
 

Social bookmarking meets social networking: Blue Dot pushes an evolutionary step forward the basecamp from where future online communities will start forming – Video Intro Blue Dot is a free service that combines the social bookmarking abilities popularized by del.icio.us with the social networking features of MySpace ... read more

Robin Good and Michael Pick - October 14, 2006
 

"Screen sharing is generally understood as the technologically-empowered ability to transmit the contents of your computer screen to one or more remotely connected Internet users. In other words screen-sharing allows you to show PowerPoint presentations, Word documents, images and any other software running on your computer ... read more

Robin Good - October 9, 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
 
Social networks meet news aggregation and filtering: social collaborative newsmastering is all around us. But someone got an early view on it just before the first personal computers started to get around us. As early as 1980 Dave Andrews, an independent writer had started ... read more

David Andrews - October 2, 2006
 

Online Video Advertising And Promotion: Share Your Video Online Is The Only Way To Go Online video publishing has indeed taken the Internet by storm this year, making the use of video for marketing, promotion, news and PR online a true key strategic component of any new ... read more

Robin Good - September 28, 2006
 

Want to share only a specific section of a video clip? Now you can. Thanks to the latest feature release from online video editing and publishing service Motionbox (being released today), the syndicating, mashing-up and repurposing of online video content may gain some of the ... read more

Robin Good and Michael Pick - September 13, 2006
 

by Stephen Downes Guy Kawasaki last week wrote an item describing "ten things you should learn this school year" in which readers were advised to learn how to write five sentence emails, create PowerPoint slides, and survive boring meetings. It was, to my view, advice on how ... read more

Stephen Downes - Half an Hour - September 11, 2006
 

Wiki Collaboration Tools Evolve Into Fully Professional Shared Workspaces with Great Accessibility and Ease of Use. I have now been using wikis for over two and half years, and frankly I couldn't do without them anymore. Their ability to facilitate my frequent needs to create shared workspaces ... read more

Robin Good and Michael Pick - September 7, 2006
 

Web Conferencing Goes Open-Source: As originally anticipated on these very pages, DimDim web conferencing is finally now a reality, failed to as it just released, as promised, its first version of the server-based DimDim conferencing server. Second Update (11:20am GMT+2): I have just received ... read more

Robin Good - September 6, 2006
 

The Table of Free Voices is an ambitious experiment in bringing over a hundred of the most important thinkers, scientists and humanitarians in the world together, and creating a dialogue between them and a global public. Dropping Knowledge, the non-profit organization behind the Table of Free Voices ... read more

Michael Pick - September 4, 2006
 

Asynchronous co-navigation also known as recorded web tours (see also: Collaborative browsing) is an online collaboration approach used to line up a sequence of web pages to be viewed, studied or analyzed by others, at their leisure, in an easy and simple way. In the past there ... read more

Michael Pick - Trailfire.com - September 2, 2006
 
Zooomr, perhaps the most fully featured photo sharing site on the web, recently launched a new version of its online service featuring a breathtaking new feature known as Portals. Portals, in short, allow you to create visual hyperlinks within images. With a simple click and drag ... read more

Michael Pick - August 30, 2006
 

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