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Kids | Kanopy
[Austin Kleon says:

"Parents: check to see if your local library has access to Kanopy Kids. They just switched to unlimited streaming and they use Common Sense Media, one of my favorite sites for figuring out if media is age appropriate. (For non-parents, it’s also a good way, if you have PTSD or something like that, to screen shows for uncomfortable plot elements.)"]
children  videos  kanopy  libraries  streaming  classideas 
may 2019 by robertogreco
4:3
"4:3 by Boiler Room is a multifaceted genre-spanning platform for curated and commissioned underground film exploring themes of performance, identity, youth culture and anti-establishment.

Platform agnostic, 4:3 is for curious minds and those connected to culture, offering an exploration of unseen films and as well as in real life experiences, an opportunity to discover the unknown.

Like Boiler Room, 4:3 is rooted in physical experience; our events are multi-faceted, connecting the dots between club culture and cinema to stretch the boundaries of what a film experience can be."
film  performance  identity  youth  youthculture  anti-establishment  culture  physical  art  streaming  video 
october 2018 by robertogreco
The Tyranny of Convenience - The New York Times
"Convenience has the ability to make other options unthinkable. Once you have used a washing machine, laundering clothes by hand seems irrational, even if it might be cheaper. After you have experienced streaming television, waiting to see a show at a prescribed hour seems silly, even a little undignified. To resist convenience — not to own a cellphone, not to use Google — has come to require a special kind of dedication that is often taken for eccentricity, if not fanaticism.

For all its influence as a shaper of individual decisions, the greater power of convenience may arise from decisions made in aggregate, where it is doing so much to structure the modern economy. Particularly in tech-related industries, the battle for convenience is the battle for industry dominance.

Americans say they prize competition, a proliferation of choices, the little guy. Yet our taste for convenience begets more convenience, through a combination of the economics of scale and the power of habit. The easier it is to use Amazon, the more powerful Amazon becomes — and thus the easier it becomes to use Amazon. Convenience and monopoly seem to be natural bedfellows.

Given the growth of convenience — as an ideal, as a value, as a way of life — it is worth asking what our fixation with it is doing to us and to our country. I don’t want to suggest that convenience is a force for evil. Making things easier isn’t wicked. On the contrary, it often opens up possibilities that once seemed too onerous to contemplate, and it typically makes life less arduous, especially for those most vulnerable to life’s drudgeries.

But we err in presuming convenience is always good, for it has a complex relationship with other ideals that we hold dear. Though understood and promoted as an instrument of liberation, convenience has a dark side. With its promise of smooth, effortless efficiency, it threatens to erase the sort of struggles and challenges that help give meaning to life. Created to free us, it can become a constraint on what we are willing to do, and thus in a subtle way it can enslave us.

It would be perverse to embrace inconvenience as a general rule. But when we let convenience decide everything, we surrender too much."



"By the late 1960s, the first convenience revolution had begun to sputter. The prospect of total convenience no longer seemed like society’s greatest aspiration. Convenience meant conformity. The counterculture was about people’s need to express themselves, to fulfill their individual potential, to live in harmony with nature rather than constantly seeking to overcome its nuisances. Playing the guitar was not convenient. Neither was growing one’s own vegetables or fixing one’s own motorcycle. But such things were seen to have value nevertheless — or rather, as a result. People were looking for individuality again.

Perhaps it was inevitable, then, that the second wave of convenience technologies — the period we are living in — would co-opt this ideal. It would conveniencize individuality.

You might date the beginning of this period to the advent of the Sony Walkman in 1979. With the Walkman we can see a subtle but fundamental shift in the ideology of convenience. If the first convenience revolution promised to make life and work easier for you, the second promised to make it easier to be you. The new technologies were catalysts of selfhood. They conferred efficiency on self-expression."



"I do not want to deny that making things easier can serve us in important ways, giving us many choices (of restaurants, taxi services, open-source encyclopedias) where we used to have only a few or none. But being a person is only partly about having and exercising choices. It is also about how we face up to situations that are thrust upon us, about overcoming worthy challenges and finishing difficult tasks — the struggles that help make us who we are. What happens to human experience when so many obstacles and impediments and requirements and preparations have been removed?

Today’s cult of convenience fails to acknowledge that difficulty is a constitutive feature of human experience. Convenience is all destination and no journey. But climbing a mountain is different from taking the tram to the top, even if you end up at the same place. We are becoming people who care mainly or only about outcomes. We are at risk of making most of our life experiences a series of trolley rides.

Convenience has to serve something greater than itself, lest it lead only to more convenience. In her 1963 classic, “The Feminine Mystique,” Betty Friedan looked at what household technologies had done for women and concluded that they had just created more demands. “Even with all the new labor-saving appliances,” she wrote, “the modern American housewife probably spends more time on housework than her grandmother.” When things become easier, we can seek to fill our time with more “easy” tasks. At some point, life’s defining struggle becomes the tyranny of tiny chores and petty decisions.

An unwelcome consequence of living in a world where everything is “easy” is that the only skill that matters is the ability to multitask. At the extreme, we don’t actually do anything; we only arrange what will be done, which is a flimsy basis for a life.

We need to consciously embrace the inconvenient — not always, but more of the time. Nowadays individuality has come to reside in making at least some inconvenient choices. You need not churn your own butter or hunt your own meat, but if you want to be someone, you cannot allow convenience to be the value that transcends all others. Struggle is not always a problem. Sometimes struggle is a solution. It can be the solution to the question of who you are.

Embracing inconvenience may sound odd, but we already do it without thinking of it as such. As if to mask the issue, we give other names to our inconvenient choices: We call them hobbies, avocations, callings, passions. These are the noninstrumental activities that help to define us. They reward us with character because they involve an encounter with meaningful resistance — with nature’s laws, with the limits of our own bodies — as in carving wood, melding raw ingredients, fixing a broken appliance, writing code, timing waves or facing the point when the runner’s legs and lungs begin to rebel against him.

Such activities take time, but they also give us time back. They expose us to the risk of frustration and failure, but they also can teach us something about the world and our place in it.

So let’s reflect on the tyranny of convenience, try more often to resist its stupefying power, and see what happens. We must never forget the joy of doing something slow and something difficult, the satisfaction of not doing what is easiest. The constellation of inconvenient choices may be all that stands between us and a life of total, efficient conformity."
timwu  convenience  efficiency  psychology  business  2018  inconvenience  effort  technology  economics  work  labor  conformity  value  meaning  selfhood  self-expression  change  individuality  slow  slowness  customization  individualization  amazon  facebook  apple  multitasking  experience  human  humanness  passions  hobbies  resistance  struggle  choice  skill  mobile  phones  internet  streaming  applemusic  itunes 
february 2018 by robertogreco
I Love This German Grandma Reading Children's Books On Twitch
"My knowledge of foreign languages amounts to “can read some French okay and could conceivably order a beer and ask where to bathroom is if I really had to.” Despite this, I still can’t get enough of a German grandma reading what I’m pretty sure are children’s books on Twitch.

I do not speak any German at all, so I can’t really tell you much about this woman—I was browsing Twitch Creative and clicked on the profile for MarmeladenOma, because she seemed nice. Upon plugging in my headphones I realized she wasn’t speaking English. I’m not sure what she’s reading, but she seems like she’s about to bring me some milk and cookies. I’m sold!"
twitch  grandparents  reading  fun  streaming  2017  via:tealtan 
january 2017 by robertogreco
Our (Bare) Shelves, Our Selves - The New York Times
"When I was 13, in the early 1990s, I dug through my parents’ cache of vinyl records from the ’60s and ’70s. We still had a phonograph, so I played some of them, concentrating on the Beatles. Their bigger hits were inescapably familiar, but a number of their songs were new to me.

Were I a teenager in 2015, I may not have found “Lovely Rita” or acquired an early taste at all for the Liverpudlian lads. The albums stacked up next to the record player, in plain sight for years, would be invisible MP3s on a computer or phone that I didn’t own. Their proximal existence could have been altogether unknown to me"



"There are several big upsides to growing up with streaming audio, one of which is accessibility: assuming I was interested enough, I could have explored, for free, the Beatles’ catalog on the Internet far beyond the scope of my parents’ collection.

But in our digital conversion of media (perhaps buttressed by application of the popular KonMari method of decluttering), physical objects have been expunged at a cost. Aside from the disappearance of record crates and CD towers, the loss of print books and periodicals can have significant repercussions on children’s intellectual development.

Perhaps the strongest case for a household full of print books came from a 2014 study published in the sociology journal Social Forces. Researchers measured the impact of the size of home libraries on the reading level of 15-year-old students across 42 nations, controlling for wealth, parents’ education and occupations, gender and the country’s gross national product.

After G.N.P., the quantity of books in one’s home was the most important predictor of reading performance. The greatest effect was seen in libraries of about 100 books, which resulted in approximately 1.5 extra years of grade-level reading performance. (Diminishing returns kick in at about 500 books, which is the equivalent of about 2.2 extra years of education.)

Libraries matter even more than money; in the United States, with the size of libraries being equal, students coming from the top 10 percent of wealthiest families performed at just one extra grade level over students from the poorest 10 percent.

The implications are clear: Owning books in the home is one of the best things you can do for your children academically. It helps, of course, if parents are reading to their children and reading themselves, not simply buying books by the yard as décor.

“It is a big question of whether it’s the books themselves or the parental scholarly culture that matters — we’re guessing it’s somewhere in between,” said Mariah Evans, one of the study’s authors and an associate professor of sociology at the University of Nevada, Reno. “The books partly reflect intelligence.”

Although the study did not account for e-books, as they’re not yet available in enough countries, Dr. Evans said in theory they could be just as effective as print books in encouraging literacy.

“But what about the casual atmosphere of living in a bookish world, and being intrigued to pull something off the shelf to see what it’s like?” she asked. “I think that will depend partly on the seamless integration of our electronic devices in the future.”"



"Digital media trains us to be high-bandwidth consumers rather than meditative thinkers. We download or stream a song, article, book or movie instantly, get through it (if we’re not waylaid by the infinite inventory also offered) and advance to the next immaterial thing.

Poking through physical artifacts, as I did with those Beatles records, is archival and curatorial; it forces you to examine each object slowly, perhaps sample it and come across a serendipitous discovery.

Scrolling through file names on a device, on the other hand, is what we do all day long, often mindlessly, in our quest to find whatever it is we’re already looking for as rapidly as possible. To see “The Beatles” in a list of hundreds of artists in an iTunes database is not nearly as arresting as holding the album cover for “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band.”

Consider the difference between listening to music digitally versus on a record player or CD. On the former, you’re more likely to download or stream only the singles you want to hear from an album. The latter requires enough of an investment — of acquiring it, but also of energy in playing it — that you stand a better chance of committing and listening to the entire album.

If I’d merely clicked on the first MP3 track of “Sgt. Pepper’s” rather than removed the record from its sleeve, placed it in the phonograph and carefully set the needle over it, I may have become distracted and clicked elsewhere long before the B-side “Lovely Rita” played.

And what of sentiment? Jeff Bezos himself would have a hard time defending the nostalgic capacity of a Kindle. azw file over that of a tattered paperback. Data files can’t replicate the lived-in feel of a piece of beloved art. To a child, a parent’s dog-eared book is a sign of a mind at work and of the personal significance of that volume.

A crisp JPEG of the cover design on a virtual shelf, however, looks the same whether it’s been reread 10 times or not at all. If, that is, it’s ever even seen."
books  digital  analog  music  browsing  2015  streaming  collections  visibility  sharing  children  learning  reading  literacy  cds  audio  patina  beausage  ebooks  data  teddywayne 
december 2015 by robertogreco
Find the best movies on Netflix, iTunes, Amazon and more | Leanflix
"Leanflix is the easiest way to find movies worth watching on Netflix, Amazon, iTunes and HBO (and it's free).

Pre-filtered results.

We make it easy to find feature films by hiding documentaries, foreign films, and older movies by default - or, you can add them back in and save your own custom filters to see exactly what you want.

Better ratings through data science.

Our awesome machine learning algorithm sorts movies from best to worst so you spend less time looking and more time watching.

Every score in one place.

Filter by Rotten Tomatoes and IMDb ratings.

All the movies.

We pull in movies from Netflix, iTunes, Amazon, and HBO to make it easy to find the best movies across all your streaming options."
netflix  amazonprime  amazon  hbo  movies  film  filtering  streaming  leanflix  itunes  search 
april 2015 by robertogreco
StreamPocket
"Thank you for visiting Streampocket. We are a leading, free online stream saving tool. We offer a very unique and specialized web tool. Although this web tool appears to be simple we run the most sophisticated custom made software on the internet. Our goal is to always improve the efficiency of our stream saver.

Our service is the most reliable stream saver on the internet. We have dedicated servers operating 24 hours a day to bring you the fastest service ever! We do not require you to sign up, or register to use this service. Totally limitless."
download  music  utilities  streaming  via:maxfenton  onlinetoolkit 
january 2015 by robertogreco
Get iPlayer Automator for Mac | MacUpdate
"The goal of Get iPlayer Automator is to allow iTunes and your Mac to become the hub for your British Television experience regardless of where in the world you are.

Currently, Get iPlayer Automator allows you to download and watch BBC & ITV shows on your Mac. Series-Link/PVR functionality ensures you will never miss your favourite shows. Programmes are fully tagged and added to iTunes automatically upon completion. It is simple and easy to use, and runs on any machine running Mac OS X 10.6 or later."
bbc  itv  television  tv  streaming  iplayer  mac  osx 
october 2014 by robertogreco
a beginners guide to streamed data from Twitter (tecznotes)
"This is a brief guide on using the Twitter live streaming API, extracting useful data from it, and converting that data into a spreadsheet-ready text form, all using tools available on Mac OS X by default. There’s also a brief Python tutorial for scrubbing basic data buried in here someplace."
2012  michalmigurski  howto  bigdata  streaming  data  python  api  twitter  from delicious
september 2012 by robertogreco
Stop Publishing Web Pages - Anil Dash
"Start publishing streams. Start moving your content management system towards a future where it outputs content to simple APIs, which are consumed by stream-based apps that are either HTML5 in the browser and/or native clients on mobile devices. Insert your advertising into those streams using the same formats and considerations that you use for your own content. Trust your readers to know how to scroll down and skim across a simple stream, since that's what they're already doing all day on the web. Give them the chance to customize those streams to include (or exclude!) just the content they want."
facebook  pinterest  api  internet  web  cms  html5  content  advertising  ads  twitter  apps  tumblr  streams  anildash  2012  socialmedia  media  design  streaming  publishing  scrolling  pagination  from delicious
august 2012 by robertogreco
Can I Stream...
"Can I Stream is a simple search engine to find what Movies and TV shows are available for legal streaming on the web. Instead of slogging through several sites trying to find the movie you want to watch online, you can search Can I Stream and find out immediately.

To search for a Movie or TV Show, just click the dotted line above and enter your search. Expert users can skip right to the results straight from the URL by typing in their title split by dashes - for example, http://canistre.am/back-to-the-future.

Can I Stream is a side project from Chris Dary, a developer at Arc90."
canistream  onlinetoolkit  chrisdary  video  film  movies  tv  streaming  from delicious
february 2012 by robertogreco
flickrgram - movieos
"The interesting thing to me is that these models -- "shoeboxing" verses Instaagram-style "lifestreaming" -- are two entirely different usage models for a photo sharing site. Flickr was built for the streaming case (it's got a photostream as the main thing you see) but recently the shoeboxing is rather swamping the streaming, and the two models just can't coexist in the same contacts list - the uploads of the shoeboxers will swamp the incoming streams of people who just want to follow streamers. Instagram, on the other hand, by utterly ignoring the needs of shoeboxers, has been able to build a much better streaming experience.

It reminds me of Twitter, where the same thing has happened. The high-volume broadcast / at-reply people drown out the ambient "eating a sandwich" group of people that I quite liked getting the updates of."
instagram  flickr  shoeboxing  lifestreaming  photography  online  flow  streaming  2011  tominsam  via:preoccupations  flickrgram  jasonscott  from delicious
september 2011 by robertogreco
Web Journalist Blog » How to live broadcast your Google+ Hangout
"But today’s tech development goes to Livestream.com (formerly Mogulus) that has been owning the desktop/laptop broadcasting space. They have a downloadable application called Procaster.<br />
The piece of software has a simple interface and is loaded with a ton of features, including the ability to broadcast your desktop. What’s also great is that you can zoom in/out to frame your shot, which makes it the ideal Google+ Hangout broadcasting tool."
google+  hangouts  recording  video  broadcast  broadcasting  streaming  livestream  from delicious
july 2011 by robertogreco
Rdio
"Choose the music you want to play and listen as much as you want — from the web or your phone, even when you’re offline. Find new music by following what your friends are listening to. No ads."
music  radio  rdio  internet  mobile  streaming  spotify  audio  from delicious
august 2010 by robertogreco
Streaming Soon on Netflix Instant Watch
"In 2009, Netflix began providing thorough data for upcoming Instant Watch releases. On the Roku Forums (Creators of the Roku Digital Video Player - originally a Netflix-only player), forum member Matthew (aka MCWHAMMER) began tracking this data with help from other members of the Roku community.
netflix  glvo  streaming  streams  directory  reference  comingsoon  tv  media  film  movies  entertainment  video  online  internet 
september 2009 by robertogreco
CitySounds.fm - The music of cities
"Hello and welcome to CitySounds.fm! Here you can listen to the latest music from your favorite cities around the world.

At The Board you see the most musically active cities right now. The Board is constantly changing as new music is being created. On the individual city pages you can see what genres that are popular and listen to more of the latest tracks. Tweet the link to a city and you will be registered as a listener on that cities page, in that way your favorite city becomes more popular."
via:preoccupations  music  cities  international  urban  ambient  streaming  sound  sounds  audio  world  aggregation  citysounds 
august 2009 by robertogreco
flickr for busy people
"It is a simple web application that displays a list of your Flickr contacts who have uploaded photos in the last 30 minutes, two hours, four hours and eight hours

If you click on a buddyicon, the application will display thumbnails of the photos that user has uploaded recently. Like this:"

[explained here: http://www.aaronland.info/weblog/2009/08/10/icecream/#ffbp ]
flickr  streaming  photography  contacts  webapp 
august 2009 by robertogreco
Hulu - Labs: Hulu Desktop
"Hulu Desktop is a lean-back viewing experience for your personal computer. It features a sleek new look that's optimized for use with standard Windows Media Center remote controls or Apple remote controls, allowing you to navigate Hulu's entire library with just six buttons. For users without remotes, the application is keyboard and mouse-enabled. Hulu Desktop is a downloadable application and will work on PCs and Macs. It will initially launch as a beta product during which we plan to gather and incorporate user feedback to improve the service."
hulu  software  mac  osx  windows  streaming  entertainment  applications  freeware  desktop  video  television  tv  frontrow 
may 2009 by robertogreco
ArtBabble | ArtBabble
"ArtBabble was conceived, initiated, designed, built, sculpted, programmed, shot, edited, painted and launched by a cross-departmental collection of individuals at the Indianapolis Museum of Art (IMA). It is intended to showcase video art content in high quality format from a variety of sources and perspectives.
artbabble  art  socialmedia  web  interaction  artists  streaming  videos  gallery  arteducation  education  design  media 
april 2009 by robertogreco
Spotify – A world of music. Instant, simple and free
"Spotify is a new way to enjoy music. Simply download and install, before you know it you’ll be singing along to the genre, artist or song of your choice. With Spotify you are never far away from the song you want.

There are no restrictions in terms of what you can listen to or when. Forget about the hassle of waiting for files to download and fill up your hard drive before you get round to organising them. Spotify is instant, fun and simple.

Because music is social, Spotify allows you to share songs and playlists with friends, and even work together on collaborative playlists, Friday afternoon in the office might never be the same again! We’re music lovers like everyone else.

We want to connect millions of people with their favorite songs by creating a product that people love to use. We respect creativity and believe in fairly compensating artists for their work. We’ve cleared the rights to use the music you’ll listen to in Spotify."

[via: http://www.zengestrom.com/blog/2009/01/itunes-and-spotify.html ]
music  online  spotify  radio  mp3  streaming  sweden  onlinetoolkit  free  audio  services  socialmedia  community 
january 2009 by robertogreco
boxee: the open, connected, social media center for mac os x and linux
"on a laptop or connected to an HDTV, boxee gives you a true entertainment experience to enjoy your movies, TV shows, music and photos, as well as streaming content from websites like Hulu, Netflix, CBS, Comedy Central, Last.fm, and flickr." via: http://blog.wired.com/geekdad/2008/12/boxee-saves-the.html
mac  windows  linux  osx  opensource  appletv  video  tv  television  streaming  multimedia  freeware  onlinetoolkit  software  entertainment  media 
december 2008 by robertogreco
Zattoo | TV meets PC
"Zattoo has developed a software program that allows you to watch TV on your computer. All you need is a broadband connection and a current operating system (Windows XP or Vista, Mac OS X, or Linux). The service is legal and free of charge"
television  tv  online  internet  web  streaming  windows  mac  osx  applications  multimedia  entertainment  zattoo 
august 2008 by robertogreco
TheLastRipper - "The Danish law is very unclear on this subject and therefore this is our interpretation of the copyright law" ...
"TheLastRipper can save Last.fm streams to mp3's, while downloading album cover, appending ID3v2 tags and organizing you music after Artist/Album/Track. TheLastRipper will also help you generate playlists from the data available from you Last.fm account."
via:preoccupations  onlinetoolkit  last.fm  mp3  download  software  streaming  freeware  music  opensource  osx  mac  windows  linux  record  recording  playlists  radio  lastfm 
june 2008 by robertogreco
Chilirec - Your Free Internet Recorder!
"Get your free personal radio channel recorder on the Internet with the possibility to record from hundreds of radio channels. Your personal radio recordings are stored on the Internet, and won't require any disk space on your computer."
via:preoccupations  onlinetoolkit  audio  recording  radio  broadband  dvr  discovery  multimedia  media  listening  recorder  mp3  streaming  music  internet  online  web 
june 2008 by robertogreco
QIK | Streaming video right from your phone
"Stream live video fast to the world. Right from your phone."
live  streaming  mobile  phones  vlogging 
march 2008 by robertogreco
WeBot
"WeBot is the solution to the escalating problem of too many computers with your photos and music and devices scattered all over the place. WeBot brings it all together and lets you be in control of your media and how you view and share it. No matter wher
filesharing  media  music  phones  streaming  sync  photography  sharing  itunes  ipod  internet 
january 2008 by robertogreco
framework
"phonography/field recording; contextual and decontextualized sound activity"
ambient  audio  field  sound  recording  sounds  streaming  radio  podcast  music 
november 2007 by robertogreco
Spotify
"Spotify is a new kind of digital music service designed to help you enjoy music a little more."
music  online  socialsoftware  sharing  audio  streaming  collaborative  applications 
november 2007 by robertogreco
Spool.fm ! / The new online music player !
"Spool.fm is a completely free community oriented website whose goal is to make sharing music simple. You can start listening to music right away by searching for an artist or a song and clicking on one of the result."
mp3  lastfm  music  audio  songs  streaming  radio  last.fm 
october 2007 by robertogreco
High Def on Vimeo
"Vimeo in glorious 1280x720 high definition. Full screen for best effect."
hd  vimeo  video  streaming 
october 2007 by robertogreco
BBC NEWS | Special Reports | Enhanced video for global users
"If you are looking at the BBC News website from outside the UK there are some new developments to tell you about."
bbc  broadband  video  streaming  us 
october 2007 by robertogreco
Riverfold Software - Wii Transfer
"Wii Transfer can share your movies, music, and pictures directly to your Nintendo Wii using the Internet Channel. Browse iTunes playlists and iPhoto albums on your television. Convert your movies to formats the Wii understands, either streaming directly
nintendo  wii  mac  osx  software  converter  audio  media  movies  networking  diy  streaming  applications 
october 2007 by robertogreco
Rogue Amoeba - Radioshift: Radio on your schedule, only for Mac OS X
"With Radioshift, you control Internet and AM/FM radio from around the world. Listen and record - Radioshift is radio on your schedule!"
mac  osx  software  applications  radio  audio  mp3  record  music  media  ipod  streaming 
september 2007 by robertogreco
Anywhere.FM
"Anywhere.FM is a powerful music player that makes it easy to: # Upload your entire music collection # Play it anywhere on the best web music player # Discover new music through Friend Radio"
aggregator  music  online  playlists  radio  sharing  socialnetworking  social  songs  itunes  free  onlinetoolkit  streaming  lastfm  mashup  mp3  last.fm 
august 2007 by robertogreco
vixy.net : Online FLV Converter : Download online videos direct to PC / iPod / PSP. It's free!
"This service allows you convert a Flash Video / FLV file (YouTube's videos,etc) to MPEG4 (AVI/MOV/MP4/MP3/3GP) file online."
audio  conversion  convert  mp3  multimedia  video  youtube  flash  onlinetoolkit  software  streaming  files  converter  movies  iphone  ipod  internet  format  download  freeware  tools 
july 2007 by robertogreco
RADIO.BLOG.CLUB
"Radio.blog is the first stand-alone player that lets you stream sound on your website."
audio  blogging  aggregator  mp3  streaming  songs  entertainment  radio  playlists 
july 2007 by robertogreco
telekinesis - Google Code
"Remotely access your Mac through a collection of mini web apps on your phone"
iphone  applications  automation  osx  control  streaming  mac  freeware  tools  software  howto  ios 
july 2007 by robertogreco
Online Music: 90+ Essential Music and Audio Websites
"Here are more than 90 sites for musicians, fans, and everyone who enjoys music."
music  onlinetoolkit  online  web  internet  audio  reference  radio  mp3  multimedia  songs  streaming 
july 2007 by robertogreco
Make Internet TV
"This guide has step-by-step instructions for shooting, editing, and publishing online videos that can be watched and subscribed to by millions of people."
onlinetoolkit  video  online  internet  web  howto  diy  create  content  creativecommons  film  filmmaking  storytelling  streaming  guides  tutorials  tv  training  publishing  multimedia  media  make 
april 2007 by robertogreco
Justin.tv
"Justin wears the camera 24 hours a day, 7 days a week."
broadcast  chat  privacy  webcams  live  video  tv  internet  streaming  online  web 
march 2007 by robertogreco
SplashCast: Channel Yourself Across the Web
"SplashCast enables anyone to create streaming media 'channels' that combine video, music, photos, narration, text and RSS feeds. These user-generated channels can be played and easily syndicated on any web site, blog, or social network page. When channel
aggregator  broadcast  collaborative  community  film  flash  flickr  free  journalism  mashup  video  text  rss  sharing  social  software  youtube  media  movies  multimedia  online  streaming  blogs  onlinetoolkit 
february 2007 by robertogreco

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