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January 16th, 2007
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I started this blog with the thought I’d post each and every day of the business week. Well, I haven’t posted in a couple of weeks, so I suppose I owe an apology to my adoring fans. Or is that fan? Two very exciting things have happened during my hiatus. Firstly, I was able to […]

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TED

December 11th, 2006
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Have y’all checked out the TED site? Click on What Is TED -> About TED -> Highlights and go to town with all the great video. Don’t miss Levitt — even though I’d read the story he tells in “Freakonomics“, I still laughed heartily at his punchline. Dean Kamen provides a simple and extraordinarily succinct […]

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Professional v. Consumer

November 24th, 2006
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There’s this distinction between consumer generated versus professionally developed content, which has particular meaning in the Web video world. People go to Revver, YouTube and Google Video for consumer stuff; they visit Comedy Central, iFilm, and AtomFilms for professional content. Certainly, the consumer sites now contain a lot of professional stuff, both licensed and illicit. […]

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Kicking things off

November 17th, 2006
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Two years ago I felt the buzz of the new media revolution. It clattered around the back-channels of the Web, and spoke of the founding of a new company, YouTube, and bandied about terms and phrases like “unlimited bandwidth” and “user-created content.” I watched as Apple added video to the iPod, Adobe bought Flash and […]

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