Posts Tagged 'Youtube'

Updated Miranda Warning [comic]

MirandaEmbiggen it!

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How To Make A Video – WHEW! [video]

YouTube Complaint Department [video]

Homeland Security Is All Over Your Facebook

According to The NY Times –

For the last year, the Department of Homeland Security has been routinely monitoring social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and even MySpace. It is an avid reader of The Huffington Post, Jihad Watch, Technorati and, oddly, But apparently it has no interest in Techmeme and TechCrunch. This according to a “social media monitoring and situational awareness initiative update” released by the Department of Homeland Security. The document, which has left some people in the computer security industry scratching their heads, details over 100 sites that Homeland Security’s National Operations Center has been monitoring “to provide situational awareness and establish a common operating picture” for the last year.

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Social Media Explained in 1 Graphic

Google Is Shutting Down Google Video

TechCrunch reported –

Later this month, hosted video content on Google Video will no longer be available for playback. Google Video stopped taking uploads in May 2009 and now we’re removing the remaining hosted content. On April 29, 2011, videos that have been uploaded to Google Video will no longer be available for playback. We’ve added a Download button to the video status page, so you can download any video content you want to save. If you don’t want to download your content, you don’t need to do anything. (The Download feature will be disabled after May 13, 2011.)

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YouTube’s 2010 Statistics Are Amazing

According to mashable –

YouTube has announced that its users have uploaded more than 13 million hours of video content to its servers in the last 12 months, resulting in more than 700 billion YouTube video views. If you do the math, it means that YouTube’s users have uploaded 850,000 minutes of video and watched 1.9 billion videos per day in the past year. In March, the Google-owned video site announced that its users were uploading more than 24 hours of video per minute. In May, YouTube revealed that it had surpassed 2 billion video views per day.

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10 Most Watched YouTube Videos of 2010

The videos are mostly crap – but, HERE they are – top ten, all on one page.

Classic TV Shows – All You Can Eat is a fantastic blog featuring YouTube videos of classic TV shows. Now it has a lot of Christmas episodes of the past, all sorts of shows are in the archive. Some are complete episodes and some are just clips – lots of good stuff. Most are from the 50s, 60s and 70s. I will be spending a lot of time on ClassicShowBiz.

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YouTube About To Roll Out True HiDef Video

YouTubeHD-verticalC Net reports –

SAN FRANCISCO–At the NewTeeVee Live conference on Thursday, YouTube director of product management Hunter Walk announced that the video-streaming service is getting a new high-quality streaming option: full HD, or “1080p” resolution. The current “high-quality” option, when available on YouTube videos, is 720p, referring to the number of horizontal scan lines that make up the image. Walk said the new resolution, as well as a new full-screen player, will roll out to all users within days.

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YouTube Charging For Downloads?

Is this new, or did I miss something? While viewing this video, I noticed that YouTube is charging 99 cents to download it.


Attention RIAA and MPAA

Attention RIAA and MPAA and networks!

“Free Monty Python Videos on Youtube Lead to 23,000% DVD Sale Increase”

It seems that Monty Python’s DVD sales soared after they posted some videos on YouTube. It is a shame that executives at the RIAA, MIAA and the networks are too limited to figure out the new media.

Read the article HERE.


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