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One of the main features of the Dojo is providing videos for people to watch. We need to research a solid plan for where to store our videos, how the videos get there and how the public will then have access to view them easily. The options range from storing on the same server as the Dojo website, to off-site Dojo storage to using online video services (like blip and youtube) or any combination. We need to get all of the options pulled together and thought out so we can pick the best model for us and determine if we need to acquire more resources to implement. Please post ideas here but ideally someone will take this task by ...
became the first Radiohead release to debut at number one in the US. This success was credited variously to a unique marketing campaign, the early Internet leak of the album, 2 or anticipation after the band's 1997 album, OK Computer . 3 Kid A was recorded in Paris, Copenhagen, Gloucestershire and Oxford with producer Nigel Godrich . The album's songwriting and recording were experimental for Radiohead, 4 as the band replaced their earlier "anthemic" rock style with a more electronic sound. Influenced by Krautrock , 5 jazz , 6 and 20th century classical music , 7 Radiohead abandoned their three-guitar lineup ...
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Last week we surveyed thousands of individuals throughout the radio industry. This survey was promoted through our weekly blog, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and a variety of other social media sites. Respondents included those in traffic, sales, sales management, programming, general management and others. We asked questions that many of our weekly readers have posed to us over the last 12 months. To receive a complete list of survey comments click here. Number of Survey Respondents: 2,849 1. How would you rate the recovery of the radio industry within the last 10 months? (1 = Weak , 5 = Strong) RESULTS: 23% = 1 28% = 2 33% = 3 market research, surveys and trends
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So, if you’re wondering (which you may absolutely not be) why I’ve been seemingly absent from the world of bloggery, it’s because we’ve been busy putting together a new show called the 7-11 Road Trip Rally . The show is an online reality series that will have two teams of two race across the country from opposite coasts to the INDY 500 while doing challenges along the way and surviving on nothing but 7-Eleven food. Videos will be released daily (except on weekends) starting May 10th. No, this isn’t like anything we’ve done before. And no, this won’t be like any reality show you’ve ... market research, surveys and trends

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Blip.tv Figures Out How To Serve Ads In iTunes Videos
For most people, watching Web video is predominantly a streamed experience on their computers. But an important and substantial portion of Web video is still downloaded to be watched later, or transferred to a different screen (usually an iPod, but sometimes a flat-screen TV). The problem with downloads is that they don’t fit neatly into the advertising model that rules most other Web video. Some companies try to charge for video downloads on iTunes, but many simply give away their videos for free as downloadable podcasts. (In fact, quickly browsing iTunes seems to turn up more free videos in at least the TV show ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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“Demand side-networks move beyond the realm of performance marketing and begin to focus on delivering reach and frequency against a designated target, measured in GRPs (gross rating points). Clicks diminish in importance. The media plan matters a lot, because the affinity of audiences for specific websites deepens the impact of brand advertising. Marketers meaningfully shift their TV dollars online with greater confidence because online delivers something they understand and need to achieve their brand objectives. At long last, audience truly becomes the basis for both planning and buying online. This is the best outcome ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Sharron Angle: We're going to "pursue" Harry Reid for reposting my Web site ...
That's what Angle said on a Nevada radio station this morning. Asked by her host whether she intends to pursue Reid in court, Angle said: "We are going to pursue it. I don't think that Harry is above the law." In case you missed the whole backstory, after Angle won the primary she replaced her old campaign Web site with a new one featuring toned-down versions of her previous positions. The Reid campaign, hoping to draw attention to her Tea Partying, posted a reconstituted version of her old site. Angle responded with a cease and desist request, which Reid's camp at first agreed to, before reposting her site market trends, news research and surveys resources

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Video http://blip.tv/file/2279751/ ... Page weight experiment results: payload at top of page has stronger effect - above the fold .... http://developer. myspace.com/Community/blogs/devteam/archive/2009/06/23/MSFast.aspx ... Advertising. Session High Performance Ads - Is It Possible? Presenter Eric Goldsmith (AOL), ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
The end of theory in science?
Massimo Pigliucci is a professor of philosophy at the City University of New York. His research focuses on the structure of evolutionary theory (www.platofootnote.org). His most recent book (with Jonathan Kaplan) is Making Sense of Evolution. Email: massimo/at/platofootnote.org Philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein (1889–1951) famously said that, “whereof one cannot speak, thereof one must be silent.” Although his counsel was given in a specific context, it is actually good general advice that Chris Anderson, Editor-in-chief of Wired magazine, would do well to heed. On June 23, 2008, Anderson posted an article on technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Oral History Abstracts K - Archives/Special Collections ...
Kamholz, Sangamon State University student in the 1970's, recalls his experiences at the university and his work on the Tenure Decision Committee. He discusses many of the faculty members, President Robert Spencer, SSU's non-traditional environment and curriculum, the Public Affairs Reporting Program, the Twentieth Century Homesteading Project, Spoon River Book Co-op and other cooperatives in the Springfield area, SSU's early housing efforts, and student membership on the Board of Regents. Interview by Nancy Hunt, 1982 OPEN See collateral file: interviewer's notes and copy of an address delivered ...
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YouTube limits my uploaded videos to 10 minutes. That is the reason that I have been using Google Videos, I have several videos that I've created and posted that are 11-15 minutes long. Are you planning to "grandfather" those of us that rely on this extra length feature? I know YouTube retained that right for those that used to have it prior to their TOS change limiting the length. Also I like the fact the when I embed a Google video I don't end up with pseduo-porn video thumbnails in the embeded window when my video is done playing. YouTube's embeded player randomly picks videos, and often they are ...
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PS -- if you use lots of tools in your everyday computing, I'm also looking for people to write "day in the life" blurbs about how they work each day tools like OpenOffice, Jott, etc. Your contribution could be included in the book. Just write me a note if you fall into this category. Thanks! PS... Social media and smartphones both have a kabillion free tools, but I'm focusing more on personal productivity, organization, communication, graphics and more. It's great if these tools integrate with social media or have a smartphone app, but I'm probably not going to include those in this edition. posted 4 months ...