Archive for September, 2006

Ze Frank always helps put things in perspective…watch him here. In distributing your media online, it’s important to consider the way you want your media to be legaly used in the future. Of course, if you’re not in the position to employ a team of lawyers, it’s very difficult to protect your content from being […]

There are a several different websites providing services which allow you to host your video online for free. Some of these sites have different features which set them apart and they all seem to attract differnt types of video content. What follows is a brief summary of a few of the services available to help […]

If you’re a blogger, you’ve likely heard of Technorati. And if you’re new to blogging, you may not know exactly what it is. It’s worth understanding the service this company provides and how it all works. They essentially track and index weblogs, providing a search engine for blog postings. However, rather than try to explain […]

Network 2.0


On his blog at the end of August, Jeff Pulver, co-founder of Vonage and creator of Free World Dial-Up, published a guide to “TV Shows Only Available on the Net”.  It’s definetly worth checking out.  However, a week later he released Network 2.0, a collection of RSS feeds that allows you to watch many of […]