Content Delivery And Distribution - Articles Archive
from July 22, 2005 to April 13, 2005

Sometimes the best resource of all is to just stop, pull together all of your findings, and see how to integrate them in an effective way in your daily workflow. Intelligent research and experimentation on the cutting edge requires also having time to slow down and learn ... read more

Robin Good - July 22, 2005

About a year ago, I was briefly consulted by Italy's RadioRadicale, to review and analyze a new challenging and very ambitious project. The goal was the creation of a software-based technology platform to allow the easy editing, commenting, remixing and online re-distribution of all of the tens ... read more

Robin Good - July 19, 2005

Here it is, another great new entry in a category, that believe me, will soon swell of services, tools and software that make it easy for anyone to publish and distribute video content online. Announced on Thursday, Popcast is a new aggressive startup out of San Francisco, ... read more

Robin Good - July 16, 2005

New media picks of the week is my weekly basket of tasty resources, tools and services that I have run into, have discovered accidentally or read about from other articles, feeds and newsletters I subscribe to. All these little gems have crossed my path in the ... read more

Robin Good - July 10, 2005 is a cool and still innovative approach to create, customize and display animated talking-heads on your Web site. These can be put to a great number of good uses, raning from welcoming visitors and explaining what your site is all about to giving specific step-by-step ... read more

Robin Good - June 23, 2005

To effectively deliver a PowerPoint presentation or screen recording on the Web, the traditional means of converting individual slides to GIF and JPG image files is not effective anymore. It is cumbersome, it takes time, it forces you into a fixed screen resolution, it pushes accepting compromises ... read more

Robin Good - June 20, 2005

It's a great, beautiful Sunday again and though not an holiday for everyone around the world, it is indeed a day dedicated to the sun and to everything that like our protecting star, shines on our horizon. And with so many shining gems coming on my ... read more

Robin Good - June 19, 2005

Due to the enormous and ever-increasing information flow we are all submitted to, the only way to improve our ability to access and use the information that is really important to us, must take place by scaling up one notch our ability to filter, aggregate and ... read more

Robin Good - June 15, 2005

Though I am and have been a strong supporter of the adoption of RSS as an effective, user-centered, content delivery and distribution mechanism, I must be frank enough to show some of my concerns as well for this great technology. Photo credit: Kristen Handfield I am not drawing ... read more

Robin Good - June 14, 2005

Here is my brief reporting and update from Broadband Week, a week-long event that has dedicated two full days to the issues of Digital Televisions. I am leaving with positive excitement about what I have seen and heard so far. The event program, developed by digital communication and ... read more

Robin Good - June 8, 2005

The medium that in itself has probably had the major impact on cultural life in the past 50 years, television, is about to be deeply transformed. From a medium that has been driven from its inception by mass production and distribution economics, we are witnessing a transformation ... read more

Robin Good - June 6, 2005

What is the difference between IPTV, the Internet Protocol-based TV paradigm heralded by major telecom providers and large media groups (Microsoft included) and the Internet Television painted by the Long Tail phenomenon, Ourmedia, the Internet Archive, Brightcove, and the availability of amazing new technology opportunities such ... read more

Robin Good - June 4, 2005

The sheer number of new, interesting unique tools and services that keep popping up is increasing at an ever increasing rate. Each day I have many more items that I'd like to cover but only enough time to provide good insight and information on a few ... read more

Robin Good - May 22, 2005

Multi-user and group blogs are a new, rapidly emerging reality, representing one of the most interesting aspects of the strong market adoption and diversification process that the new generation of online publishing tools is giving life to. Photo credit: Alexander OPL As blogs are about to get their ... read more

Robin Good - May 16, 2005

I know this is no breaking news for many of you as BitTorrent has been making the headlines for just about two years now, but I keep receiving many requests of professionals wanting to know more about this revolutionary P2P protocol and its unique benefits for ... read more

Robin Good - May 12, 2005

If you have not already heard about it, then this is news that is going to change the way we think about independent movie production and distribution in the near future. Many services have popped up with online archival of large rich-media files including audio recordings, ... read more

Robin Good - May 6, 2005

Indy is a music discovery tool. Its goal is to give independent (indy) musicians (those not signed to a record label) a great new way to promote their music and to create a whole new way for people to discover music that they'll love. Photo credit: ... read more

Robin Good - April 22, 2005

"In general, filmmakers have been very slow to effectively use the web. The main problem is that we don't think of the web as an integral part of the filmmaking process. Today, a filmmaker might have a website, a Quicktime trailer of the film, some press ... read more

Robin Good - April 19, 2005
Although Podcasting and, more recently, Vodcasting (or video-casting) have taken the online world by storm, with geeks and their like adopting these new RSS 2.0-based digital content broadcasting and distribution technologies with huge enthusiasm, their impact outside of geek-dom has, so far, been quite limited. ... read more

Peter Meng - April 16, 2005

As television, radio and traditional newspapers, loose increasingly larger portions of their audiences to new media technologies, home theatre, DVD distribution and the Internet, the world will again let everyone see what a veil was placed over everyone's eyes. ... read more

Robin Good - April 13, 2005

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