This is a small videobit that shows Jay Dedman talk on Video Vortex 2008 that happened in Amsterdam on 18/19 January.
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I find this article and this idea obvious and had to happen sooner than later. This and the Ustream kind of broadcasts is really going to disturb the status quo of the broadcast media, at list in terms of the way you can do it.
“traditional” media is going to add this to their already big bag of tricks, but anyway this is not going to change the opened possibility for anyone to make a tv internet show with lots of not so expensive tricks 🙂
CNET News.com’s Erica Ogg visits CBS 5 in San Francisco to see how the newsroom is using a Slingbox to get live video feeds for traffic, weather and breaking news instead of relying on standard news vans using satellite signals.
text & video: Consumer device an innovation for TV news crew
Why would the big four music companies agree to let Apple and others distribute their music without using DRM systems to protect it? The simplest answer is because DRMs haven’t worked, and may never work, to halt music piracy. Though the big four music companies require that all their music sold online be protected with DRMs, these same music companies continue to sell billions of CDs a year which contain completely unprotected music. That’s right! No DRM system was ever developed for the CD, so all the music distributed on CDs can be easily uploaded to the Internet, then (illegally) downloaded and played on any computer or player.
Continue reading “Thoughts on music”, from Steve Jobs or Howto Kill the DRM stuff right now! →
Everyone is talking about the iPhone from Apple and I wanted to add something. 🙂
Not having 3G is really dummy. even in EUA everyone is talking about EVDO and they are also talking about the 1.8Mbps plus cell network. its funny because we have it in Portugal already working. 😉
Here in the Netherlands, where I am, its much more expensive and slow unfortunately. 🙁
Connected to that but also with the concept of comunication device I was/am expecting it to do iChat AV through wifi and 3G, so it is now missing a small front camera for that.
it is also missing a usb host interface for something you could think about…, and why didn’t they predicted the use of some flash memory card… there are now sizes of 4 GB… and so it could be very helpful.
Let’s hope these and also the 4 and 8 Gb versions get upgraded to something bigger and better.
I suppose that they will me messing with the iPhone and so the commercial version can be somehow different and better.
And last but not list, as Pedro Melo questioned, how can you do some programming on it? dashboard? some new API? how?
no problem. everyone will be talking until the day it sells, and even after that we will be still talking about that… 🙂
There is one more funny detail about all this, the guy from Cingular, made some menaces about anyone who hack the device or use it with another network… I am afraid it is going to be a bigger story by next summer.
ohhh well. I am still mostly waiting for Leopard OS.
Happy 2007 for everyone!
SHIFT, social and human ideas for technology
28 and 29 September 2006
SHiFT will be all about emerging technologies, whether they’re the latest internet trend or the latest social or psychological development. SHiFT will evolve around five major areas, and the idea is to have contributions about them from all sections of society:
People and Technology
Rights, Liberties and Privacy for the Digital Age
New forms of Economics
Apart from the Conference (program and speakers), there are going to be four workshops on September 26 to 27th:
Designing the Next Generation of Web Applications with Peter Merholz
Creativity with Dannie Jost & Henriette Weber Andersen
This event wasn’t possible without the perseverance of Pedro Custódio (organization), and I personally thank him for trying to do some shifting in Portugal, unfortunately I couldn’t visit him and this great event.
I wish all the best for this event and for the lucky ones that are going. 🙂
agora sim estamos instalados, só falta trocar a camara de ar da minha querida bicicleta…
a vida é bela! e em breve este blog ficará mais actualizado e funcional de novo.
or in english:
YES! At Adam and with 20/1 Mbps Internet! 😉
now we are much better, I just have to change the “binnenband met blitzventiel” on my dear bicycle…
life is beautiful! and very soon we will have this blog in full motion and with lots of links and even videos.
It seems Linux Ubuntu is getting picked up by the giant Google. Let’s see what will everyone get with this news push in the Linux Desktop world.
[ you can see it in the register.co.uk and Slashdot ]