Vimeo is okay, not great; but okay. The interface wasn't so bad; but the CYA factor for the site itself was a bit aggravating. If I'm making a tribute type of video, using Bob Dylan's music, and I'm not charging money or allowing downloading of same; why am I restricted as long as I give credit to the artist? I also find that many websites will only accept YouTube embedding code. What the hell? … more
YouTube is overrated. Oops, don't quote me! I want to live!!! I blog about a video by the amazing Jonathan Jarvis (he's fast becoming my idol!) on The Crisis of Credit Crunch about 2 weeks ago when I received a link from a friend in my emails. It is a brilliant piece of work; well crafted, comprehensive & amazingly clear to us mortals. Here's the said video. Make sure you watch it! The Crisis of Credit Visualized from Jonathan … more
I joined Vimeo as an alternative to YouTube. What I like about Vimeo is it's more original material that you wouldn't normally find on YouTube. They have channels, the ability to comment on others video, the ability to tag and "assign roles" to people in video, and viewers can request certain types of videos from users. Users can also directly upload videos from their phones to Vimeo. The only downside is uploading a video longer than 15 seconds, I … more
I'm a technology early adopter. I thoroughly enjoy geeking out with the latest hardware, software and electronics. I probably have as much fun setting up, tweaking, and configuring systems as I do actually … more
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