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Robyn At GDC 07 (yeah, back in January)

October 29, 2007

Just found this. Nikki is a rising star 🙂

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2 Step

May 10, 2007

This is a video that my little brother-in-law made. I was cracked-up by it, but I hope he stays in school 😉 I add this because I think this is what makes YouTube so popular. Sure, we all like to see the ‘millions of views’ videos, but what really matters to us is what matters […]

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Conan At Intel

May 7, 2007

I love this! I didn’t get to put on the bunny suit, but this is exactly what I wanted to do (videotape the inside of this building, not goof on Intel) when I visited in January. Jen at ISN sent it to me, so I guess Intel’s taking the silliness in stride.

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Halo 3 Leaks (6 videos in all)

May 3, 2007

Several more at YouTube (username bipchizzle)

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GameTap Goes Ad-Supported (and FREE)

May 2, 2007

I’ve not gotten a subscription to GameTap because we already have far too many gaming choices at home that I can play easily with a controller. I’m not a fan of keyboard-controlled games (gasp) and I haven’t taken the time to make my television easily linked with a computer, until now. When we moved, my […]

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Reviewing FeedMyZune

March 14, 2007

Back in February I wrote a review on my new Zune, which I am still enjoying, mostly due to the FM radio, I might add, but I wanted to spend a little time on the app I am using to pull down my video and audio feeds. I had an iPod before, and will preface […]

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Intel's Web 2.0 TDK

February 22, 2007

I’ve been meaning to get into the meat of this for a while but have been swamped. CV does a much better job than I would have anyway with this screencast explaining the Web 2.0 TDK and some possible uses. I love that you can see whether or not the user has a single or […]

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YouTube Panel Talk – Participatory Media

February 19, 2007

By Phil Shapiro

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LisaNova, Popular Videoblogger (YouTube) Lands Spot On MadTV

February 18, 2007
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Josh Wolf Now Longest Jailed Journalist For Contempt Of Court In The USA

February 8, 2007

Click to Play Josh Wolf, 24-year old blogger/video blogger sits in jail tonight. Yesterday Wolf started his 169th day in jail, which gave him the dubious distinction of being the longest journalist, in the USA, to be incarcerated for Contempt of Court charges (ie not handing over sources or source materiel when it is demanded […]

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