Content Delivery And Distribution - Articles Archive
from January 25, 2008 to December 5, 2007

Where does fair use end and where does copyright infringement start? The use of video to create documentaries, remixes and video mashups is undergoing lots of scrutiny and evaluation by those in charge of regulating what and what can't be freely published as well as the ... read more

The Center for Social Media - The Center for Social Media - January 25, 2008

Internet Video Publishing was one of the biggest trends of 2007, and it has never been easier to create, publish, share and promote video for the web. In this beginner's guide to Internet video publishing I take you through everything you need to know to get ... read more

Michael Pick - January 23, 2008

In the near future, the value of your free online content is going to be challenged over and over again. And to the few scrapers that now copy and re-syndicate your content as if it was theirs, you will need to add remixers, automated scripts and ... read more

Robin Good - January 22, 2008

Video conferencing, instant messaging and real-time file-sharing and collaboration. These the three online collaboration areas for which I have some new tools to have you test out. You can have video conferences with up to ten people, instant message your team members right from within Firefox ... read more

Robin Good - January 21, 2008

Do you really know how Google performs its search "magic" and how it weighs your site inside search results? Are video tutorials the next wave? Is social networking going to be as relevant and impactful also inside the education universe? On these, and other more interesting technology-related ... read more

George Siemens - eLearnSpace - January 19, 2008

Want to market, promote and monetize your best quality content and find out which are the effective guerrilla marketing actions that could help you the most? In this seven-minute excellent video presentation recorded last November at the nextMEDIA: Monetizing Digital Media event, Will Pate, shares with ... read more

Will Pate - Will Pate's Blog - January 17, 2008
Data Portability? Have no idea what is it? It is the next step toward making the social web more usable and intelligent rather than a wasteland of a hundred destinations where I have to run around all day long trying to keep myself abreast. DataPortability - ... read more

Michael Pick - - January 15, 2008
It's been barely a couple weeks since I have started testing the Disqus commenting system here on Master New Media. The new blog commenting system is active on all new blog posts or on old ones where there were no comments. Disqus has a bunch of ... read more

Robin Good - January 15, 2008

In the near future, are you going to interact with computers without using a keyboard and mouse? Do you know you can get into the video publishing frenzy with just a cool $120 camcorder? How about mobile phone projectors, have you yet seen one of these? ... read more

George Siemens - eLearnSpace - January 12, 2008

Open internet television: a grassroots dream or a collaborative effort for a greater good toward which we can all work? This is the question that Jeremy Allaire and Adam Berry of Brightcove ask publicly in this open letter they have released for the Consumer Electronic Show ... read more

Jeremy Allaire and Adam Berrey - Brightcove - January 9, 2008

Last night I tried to catch some of the action going on at Seesmic, one of the most innovative and promising new web services out there. Labelled as a "Twitter with video", Seesmic hasn't yet defined a strong application personality for itself yet, but, and that ... read more

Robin Good - January 4, 2008

As 2008 will bring greater focus on professional online publishing for Master New Media, here is the second part of my anticipations and predictions for this new year that has just started. In this second part: Online Collaboration Tools Mobile Mobile Live Video Online Marketing P2P Conversational Tools - Microblogging Widgets OpenID Off-line Web-based Applications X-Events ... read more

Robin Good - January 1, 2008

Online professional independent publishers rejoyce! 2008 promises to be a year of great innovation for everyone publishing online as opportunities to expand or start your own micro publishing company will only increase. New powerful publishing and content distribution tools will make their debut in 2008 while ... read more

Robin Good - December 31, 2007

What to expect from the world of new media technology for 2008? Health, economy and alternative energy blogger Sepp Hasslberger, contributes his personal view on some of the major trends he sees coming down the line when it comes to new media, search engines, and tacit ... read more

Sepp Hasslberger - December 27, 2007

If you are an online independent publisher wanting to get greater web distribution for your video content, while getting the best of what is available online, TubeMogul and Hey!Spread are probably the best two solutions available to you right now. Both allow you to do one-click ... read more

Robin Good - December 25, 2007

Facebook and the use of social media in the enterprise, user-generated content, newly reported UGC production trends, mobile learning platforms and the evolution of personal publishing are among some of the insightful selections that George Siemens has picked for you this week. In this weekly digest, George ... read more

George Siemens - eLearnSpace - December 23, 2007

A lot has been written and speculated about Google Knol during this past week, but besides the big hoopla and excitement for the new Google announcement, few have stopped to reflect upon the consequences, opportunities and issues that may arise from the introduction of this new ... read more

John Blossom - Shore - December 22, 2007

If real time reporting on the Internet, via a blog or news site is what interests you, a new live reporting publishing platform makes the live blogging dream a reality. Thanks to CoverItLive it is finally possible to do live blogging in the most literal sense ... read more

Robin Good - December 13, 2007

OpenSocial is a set of common APIs for building social applications across many websites which in the end makes it very easy for a large number of individuals to start developing their own social web applications. Three characterizing traits make OpenSocial such a very compelling proposition for ... read more

Google Editors - Google Code - December 6, 2007

Creating web applications that work, are well accepted, provide a useful service and spread like a wildfire are not easy to create. It takes a recipe of planning, technology creativeness, social ingredients and practical down-to-the-ground usefulness to make any social application stick. Joshua Porter of Bokardo, has ... read more

Joshua Porter - Bokardo - December 5, 2007

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