Technical Support - Articles Archive
from November 29, 2007 to April 8, 2007

Do you need to send huge, impossibly large files to your colleagues via the Internet? Eatlime, a new free, web-based (and desktop) service allows you to send huge files to anyone while making the process as simple as it can get. Still in Beta, the new ... read more

Robin Good - November 29, 2007

While social networking giants such as MySpace and Facebook have been building huge online communities by utilizing proprietary approaches and protocols, a new group of companies led by Google is embracing an open standards approach to social networking that may indeed revolutionize social media as we ... read more

Robin Good - November 2, 2007

A newly launched web-based service allows you to easily improve the quality of your video clips by simply letting it analyze your clip and making automatic adjustments to it. The only thing you need to do is to upload your video clips and FixMyMovie does all ... read more

Robin Good - September 26, 2007

Net neutrality remains a hot topic, even when it seems not to grab any more the top tech headline news. Network neutrality is about a principle that is applied to residential broadband networks, and potentially to all networks. A broadband network free of restrictions on ... read more

John Blossom - Shore - September 21, 2007

In the first part of 2007 I have taken my personal dive with live video streaming, and the Italian audience who has followed my non-stop reports from several of the largest barcamps held recently here in Italy, has seen with how much passion and interest I ... read more

Fabio Di Niro - August 21, 2007

In this fourth part of this Video Publishing, Production and Technology Guide, the spotlight is on video search engines and services, on video collaboration tools allowing teams to work around video design, storyboarding or editing while at different locations, and on the increasingly in-demand video ... read more

Robin Good - August 19, 2007

"Imagine if you took all the forums, groups and websites where you talk about all the different things you are interested in and put them in a single system. And then you upgraded them all so they made the most of new internet technology like Ajax ... read more

Michael Pick - August 14, 2007

A few days ago I was to wake up to a pretty strange surprise. All of the traffic coming to MasterNewMedia from Google had suddenly disappeared. From over 14,000 visitors to 4,000 and less is a pretty big change from one day to the next. All ... read more

Robin Good - August 13, 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

Need a good microphone setup for your video blog interviews? Considering a wireless solution so that your interview may move more freely without any cables following you? Finding few wireless microphones that satisfy your needs? Discovering that prices being asked around for these microphones are ... read more

Robin Good - August 7, 2007

Are you looking for a way to shorten long URLs to be inserted in your newsletter or in an email you need to distribute to non-technical people? URLs sometimes get to be very long indeed, and having the ability to crop them easily to a few ... read more

Livia Iacolare - July 29, 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

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

Do you need a software solution that reads in spoken words the text of your emails or your just finished new contract? Would you like to have your computer read out loud any text document you open on your screen (including web pages, emails and documents)? ... read more

Livia Iacolare - July 1, 2007

Are you looking for a way to easily record your Skype calls? Then you are in the right place. In today’s mini-guide you will find many useful resources and tools that will help you do that in the simplest way ever. The possibility to record Skype calls ... read more

Livia Iacolare - June 24, 2007

Do you need to provide technical assistance to a PC user that lives far from you and you don’t know how to do it? Today there are many interesting remote PC support tools that enable you to do that without requiring you to have any particular ... read more

Livia Iacolare - June 17, 2007

Looking for an easy way to download your favorite videos from YouTube, Google Video or any other popular video sharing site? Keep on reading, then, because you might find some good hints here. Video sharing sites are increasingly a resourceful destination for entertainment, documentary, indie clips, music ... read more

Livia Iacolare - May 27, 2007

If you're looking for a free, totally web-based solution for conference calls, live and asynchronous voice messaging, group-authored podcasts and easily embeddable voice-powered discussion forums, I have something that is really going to interest you today. Okay, a lot of us have used Skype to talk to ... read more

Michael Pick - May 15, 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

Michael Pick - May 6, 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

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