Content Delivery And Distribution - Articles Archive
from May 6, 2007 to April 2, 2007

Do you need to convert a document into Acrobat PDF format? Never done it before? Looking for a fast, simple and possibly free solution? You are in the right place. "Portable Document Format (PDF) is a file format created by Adobe Systems in 1993 for desktop publishing ... read more

Robin Good - May 6, 2007

YouTube is nothing less than an online video phenomenon and if you aren't already using it as a tool to promote yourself or your online content, you should really give it some thought. Here's why: Having already served up over 1.73 billion video views and 45 terabytes ... read more

Michael Pick - May 3, 2007

RSS Syndication has long been a feature of blogs and websites, allowing publishers to share their work with a broad audience, and aggregate, arrange and publish that of others. Until now, though, syndicating and broadcasting online video and rich media hasn't been the simplest of prospects. ... read more

Michael Pick - May 1, 2007

Online video is moving forward from the age of YouTube and towards a richer, more immersive Internet TV experience. If you want to create your very own streaming TV channels in full-screen, rivaling the look and feel of major players like Joost (suspended), there is now ... read more

Michael Pick - April 30, 2007

Want to finally find out what RSS really is without needing to read a technical treatise? Tired of feeling left out of the RSS party? Interested in spending less than 5 minutes to understand what RSS is all about, why it is so great and why ... read more

Robin Good - Lee Lefever - April 26, 2007

Twitter has created quite a buzz for itself in the first quarter of this year- managing to combine the ease of Instant Messaging and SMS with the reach and scope of social networking services. So what's all the buzz about? Essentially Twitter gives you the chance to ... read more

Michael Pick - April 25, 2007

Online video continues to enjoy enormous success and is increasingly becoming a standard feature of websites and blogs. As we move towards the era of Internet TV, it gets easier and easier for everyday people to broadcast their own video shows to the world. A new ... read more

Michael Pick - April 24, 2007

Online video is a huge growth sector, and is transforming the web from a static landscape of words and still-images into a whole new world of Internet TV. But while now is a great time to make your mark in this new and exciting field, it's ... read more

Michael Pick - April 23, 2007

Online collaboration tools and technologies are increasingly going to shape and model the communication, learning, working and social experiences we will be able to create in the near future. New modes of learning, sharing and hooking up with partners, team-mates and colleagues will completely replace the ... read more

Robin Good - April 22, 2007

Online collaboration tools tend to focus on the sharing of presentations and corporate communications, leaving those working in the creative industry settling for second-best. But a new tool targeting designers, photographers, marketing creatives and even film-makers is about to change all of that. Making it easy to ... read more

Michael Pick - April 17, 2007

When it comes to sharing or monetizing Internet video, there are plenty of options, but until now enhancing and monetizing the photos on your website hasn't really been possible. However, a new free service allows you to do just that - adding monetization and a list ... read more

Michael Pick - April 16, 2007
Web presentations and online slideshow creation tools are in most cases web-based services which allow you, at minimum, to upload PowerPoint presentations to the Web and make them available for others to see, and at best, to make it possible for you to create new presentations ... read more

Michael Pick - April 15, 2007

Want to see your online video mash-ups up there on the silver screen? The Basement Tapes is a collaborative documentary all about the changing face of copyright in the digital era, created by its online audience via video-sharing and remixing, an evolving online script powered by ... read more

Michael Pick - April 13, 2007

If you work with video on or offline sooner or later you are going to want to convert it from one format to another, or to make sure that you encode the raw footage from your camcorder in the best possible way. Poorly encoded or converted ... read more

Michael Pick - April 11, 2007

Online multimedia presentation tools are a whole new exciting niche within the Web 2.0 landscape, letting you easily take your photos and videos and create great-looking visual mash-ups from them. It's one thing to sift through a page full of uninspiring, identical thumbnails, and quite another ... read more

Michael Pick - April 9, 2007

Wikipedia defines Web Operating Systems (aka WebOS) as: “A software platform that interacts with the user through a web browser and does not depend on any particular local operating system.” Web operating systems are also commonly referred to as Web desktops: "A web desktop or webtop ... read more

Michael Pick - April 8, 2007
In summary: The blogosphere is now 70 million weblogs wide About 120,000 new weblogs are created each day, or... 1.5 million posts per day 1.4 new blogs are created every second 17 posts are made every second Spam 3000-7000 new splogs (fake, or spam blogs) created every day Peak of 11,000 splogs per ... read more

Robin Good - Dave Sifry - - April 6, 2007

Online video annotation has just taken a giant leap forward, giving you the opportunity to add subtitles, text, animated shapes and pointers, freehand text and drawings, images, webcam video and even RSS feeds directly into your web-hosted videos. Until now a range of online video annotation services ... read more

Michael Pick - April 5, 2007

The next ebook revolution is coming. After 15 years of associating the word e-book with some sort of PDF content designed and packaged for commercial delivery via the Internet (often with very low production quality and internal value), I have been struck by the fascinating insight ... read more

Robin Good - April 4, 2007

A brand new service gives you an easy-to-use way to synchronize your online videos with PowerPoint slideshows, sharing the results online. This simple tool makes it a piece of cake to run your Google Video content side-by-side with PowerPoint presentations uploaded to Slideshare. Your audience gets ... read more

Michael Pick - April 2, 2007

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