Content Delivery And Distribution - Articles Archive
from October 25, 2004 to June 2, 2004



The ever resourceful digital media blogger, Jake Ludington, has written a highly informative and user-friendly guide on how to transfer and use digital audio files from iPodder to any Windows-based media player and has published the screenshot-filled tutorial on his site Mediablab. Since the whole Podcasting phenomenum ... read more

Robin Good - October 25, 2004
Robert Scoble, chief Microsoft blogging evangelist has really some great stuff on his blog. I must acknowledge this. His passion, open and direct reporting of the events and issues that touch him most directly, the frankness and smart questioning he uses with his interviewees, his unstoppable ... read more

Robert Scoble - October 19, 2004
Patrick Spain, founder of HighBeam Research an online research service for individuals, and co-founder/former chairman/CEO of Hoover's (online provider of company information), has some really great statements cropping in a larger post he recently made on the ContextNext guest series, hosted by Rafat Ali on Mr. ... read more

Robin Good - October 16, 2004
I have finally pulled together my personal notes and some of the good shots taken last week at the Microsoft Search Champs event in Redmond. That was a hip, and absolutely fascinating happening with a unique group of very interesting people. I yet can't read the crystall ... read more

Robin Good - October 12, 2004
As an independent publisher and NewsMaster, having access to authoritative news sources is an essential resource. Although more and more news publishing entities around the world are offering some or all of their content online, it's always a judgement call as to which ones are authoritative ... read more

Francis Good - - via [] - October 8, 2004
RSS marketing - key questions to ask: 1) In your experience, what are the best marketing and business uses for RSS? Could you perhaps give us some practical examples? 2) But what are the greatest benefits of using RSS as a content delivery vehicle? 3) The number one ... read more

Robin Good - September 15, 2004
"The current emphasis on content management is not about content management at all but rather about content publishing - and there is a difference. Organizations are aware of the problems in getting current, reliable information into an intranet but feel that their responsibility stops with building ... read more

Martin White - Econtent - [via] - August 30, 2004
Jakob Nielsen points to the emerging relevance of dedicated search feeds, and, as I personally interpret this, of the highly specific and targeted newsfeeds. He says in one of his latest Alertbox columns: "...the Web's strength comes from narrowly targeted sites that provide users with highly specialized ... read more

Jakob Nielsen - August 28, 2004
Jason Kottke has a valuable view on Web services and the Web as a distributed platform to assemble, splice and publish aggregated content components from multiple re-sources. "...we need tools that create feeds and then let us combine them into web pages." He correctly points to the ... read more

Jason Kottke - - August 25, 2004
"The US Congress offers webcasts of their hearings but these often evaporate into the ether unless citizens take the initiative to make live recordings," says Click to Vote founder John Parres, who's spearheading the launch of the non-partisan "The P2P Congress website helps coordinate those efforts ... read more

JD Lasica - [via SmartMobs] - August 17, 2004
The economics of video distribution may be changing drastically and much sooner than you may expect. Rich Gordon, one of the excellent contributors to Poynter's Online E-Media Tidbits first came across this realization by reading a fascinating report, "Pipe Dreams: Media's Exploding Capacity," prepared for investors ... read more

Rich Gordon - Poynter Online - E-Media Tidbits - August 14, 2004
Quality newsmastering gear is finally appearing everywhere I turn. Last night I was out for dinner with Reid Conrad (former Extensibility) who has a fascinating product in development (version 1.0 - Mac only is already out) called Near-Time Flow. These tools facilitate individual researchers/publishers role of ... read more

Robin Good - August 5, 2004
In a television network the end devices are stupid, while the network itself is sophisticated. Control is exercised within the TV network itself. On the Internet, the opposite is actually true: an end-to-end deliberately dumb network with all of the intelligence concentrated at the periphery. "To ... read more

Drazen Pantic - Planetwork Journal - July 22, 2004
In about 6 months Microsoft Internet Explorer has lost nearly 10% of its market share due to security issues and availability of better features and tools inside competing browsers (Opera, Mozilla, Netscape). At this same speed (pessimistic view, as IE loss of market share has dramatically ... read more

Robin Good - July 15, 2004
The Internet tuner or something very much like it will do for audiovisual media what the Web did for print – make it immediately accessible from anywhere, at any time, for any reason. Because of the Web, libraries are transforming from repositories of knowledge into centers ... read more

Mark Pesce - Disinformation - July 15, 2004
"Sending thousands of newsletters is ultimately a pointless exercise if those e-mail messages are not opened and read." It is essential therefore to strategically analyze those critical factors that determine how users react to your email messages. When subscribers receive your email alert or newsletter issue ... read more

Robin Good - Share-it - July 13, 2004
Steve Outing writes: "Perhaps the most common justification for forced user-registration is that it allows managers to monetize (to use the hackneyed phrase from the dot-com boom days) visitors by better targeting advertisements -- Web and e-mail -- based on users' submitted personal data. The rationale ... read more

Steve Outing - Editor & Publisher - June 24, 2004
Today I clicked on a story I was reading through my RSS newsreader posted by Stephen Downes. Unfortunately the click didn't take me through to the specific post but to his home page, which, thanks to RSS and the good old plain text newsletter he sends ... read more

Robin Good Recommends - June 24, 2004
Videoblogging maybe the next small evolutionary step, of independent publishers, propping up just around the corner. For what I can see and understand the technology is all in place and what we really need is only a brave new company to take this to the mainstream. ... read more

Robin Good Spotlight On - June 20, 2004
Small Technologies Loosely Joined is a spin-off online event at the June 2004 NMC Summer Conference. The NMC is a one-of-a-kind event, attracting an audience of highly skilled campus professionals who are very knowledgeable about and interested in the integration of emerging technologies into teaching, learning, ... read more

Robin Good Recommends - June 2, 2004


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