Content Delivery And Distribution - Articles Archive
from August 24, 2007 to July 12, 2007

Mashups are filled with technical challenges and that is why many technologists are attracted by them. The challenge of having to find new solutions to "old" technical issues while "inventing" new ways to mix and combine existing resources and tools is undoubtedly a very positive motivator ... read more

Duane Merrill - IBM - August 24, 2007

Yes, I sang victory way too early. Nonetheless I had hoped to have come out of the terrible traffic loss that started last Friday, I instead discovered that Google has fully penalized Master New Media and dropped all of my articles out of Google search results. I ... read more

Robin Good - August 15, 2007

In this third part of this Video Publishing, Production and Technology Guide, the spotlight is on technology infrastructure and the key differences between online television and IPTV, the thorny net neutrality issue, and on how P2P and RSS will likely be key components of the future ... read more

Robin Good - August 12, 2007

Grassroots, independent media outlets may indeed become increasingly interesting venues for those "in power" wanting to feed specific news and views out to the public without needing to play by mainstream media rules. John Blossom writes: "... it is interesting that in today's world of social ... read more

John Blossom - Shore - August 10, 2007

Mashups are an exciting genre of interactive Web applications that draw upon content retrieved from external data sources to create entirely new and innovative services. They are a hallmark of the second generation of Web applications informally known as Web 2.0. The combination of data ... read more

Duane Merrill - IBM - August 9, 2007

Social bookmarking: what is it really? It's all over the web already, though it came out just a few hours ago, this new great educational video about what social bookmarking really is. After RSS, Wikis and Social Networking, Lee and Sachi are doing it again. With their ... read more

Lee and Sachi Lefever - Common Craft - August 8, 2007

A new user-generated content marketplace allows anyone with the appropriate know-how and assets to upload, describe, tag and publish for a price any professional document that may be of interest to the public at large. This new online content delivery and distribution marketplace, makes it very easy ... read more

Robin Good - August 6, 2007

Online video potential as a monetization and marketing vehicle for small and large independent publishers is experiencing a new renaissance. Not only you can use video clips to do great marketing and self-promotion of your content and expertise (see for a really good example of ... read more

Robin Good - August 5, 2007

Just about a month ago I decided to test a new grassroots live video format by utilizing the zero-footprint and zero-cost technologies available to anyone wanting to start a live video news channel. The idea was one of leveraging the latest live video streaming technology to create ... read more

Robin Good - August 2, 2007

As online content absorbs and adjusts to the new traits characteristics of Web 2.0 publishing, quality of content online has increasingly taken a backseat to the context within which this same content has been published. Is context becoming more important than quality in the online content publishing ... read more

John Blossom - Shore - August 1, 2007

If you have not yet realized it, traditional television as you know it and have seen it grow next to you, is in an irreversible coma. It does not inspire, it does not report, it does not move... if not on those rare occasions when television ... read more

Robin Good - July 31, 2007

How can I make my blog site rock? How can I make enough money with my web site so that I can start thinking about quitting my day-time job? What are the key things I can do to make my blog site as successful and popular ... read more

Robin Good - July 30, 2007

Moving a traditional business to the Web may appear a very difficult and risky operation, especially when the remaining part of the market uses little innovation and provides no examples to follow. Nonethelòess the above and against all odds, MOO, a Web company that specializes in ... read more


Professional blogging is a huge growth area, and there are few people who wouldn't relish ditching the nine-to-five for a life writing about the things they love best. That's exactly what I did one year ago, when I joined Robin Good's Media Network. I haven't looked ... read more

Michael Pick - July 25, 2007

One of the easiest ways to communicate an application-based feature or issue is to take a screen capture or screencast of it. A new free tool allows you to do both from one incredibly simple interface. Jing Project is the latest offering from Techsmith, the company behind ... read more

Michael Pick - July 24, 2007

There are now a growing number of Internet video players and aggregators promising to bring the latest TV, movies and podcasts to your desktop. Most, however, rely on closed, proprietary technologies and place their viewers in a passive role. Not so with Miro, the newly re-branded ... read more

Michael Pick - July 23, 2007

Citizen Media: where are we? Dan Gillmor does a wonderful job of distilling and identifying the state of citizen media which keeps growing and broadening its interest at a relentless pace. In this article Dan published just a few days ago, he not only outlines with insight ... read more

Dan Gillmor - Center for Citizen Media - July 20, 2007

Mobile phones are likely to become soon the most important mass medium ever existed. They integrate all the media that humanity has known up to now and they are characterized by one important element: they allow users to be producers and not just viewers. Mobile phones, just ... read more

Alan Moore - SMLXL - July 19, 2007

The web operating system is evolving as a form at a rapid pace, promising to free us from Windows once and for all. If you want to take the desktop to your web browser, one contender is well on the way to making it possible. Certainly the ... read more

Michael Pick - July 16, 2007

The history of media follows the same path as the history of humanity and it is made of great discoveries and progressive changes. In the early 2000’s, for example, we get to know the seventh mass medium and the second interactive media: the mobile. Mobile media, ... read more

Alan Moore - SMLXL - July 12, 2007

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