Thursday, July 26, 2007

Online Video Arrives

Judging by the new Pew/Internet report, online video is now mainstream. Red Herring blog writer Alexandra says that
A study released Wednesday by the Pew Internet & American Life Project suggests that Internet video is on the way to becoming a dominant way that Americans consume media --- but it may not be the typical YouTube video that most people want to watch.

For entrepreneurs, STIRR, the Silicon valley entrepreneur network, reinvented its monthly mixer in July to showcase something called Founder Hacks, where several local entrepreneurs shared stories from their start-up expriences. Highlights from that event are available as a video from the San Jose Mercury News. The MIT Technology Review has a series of short videos available, including Tim Berners-Lee on the Semantic Web and Bruce Sterling on Design. The most recent is by Jeff Han on A Better Interface. Finally, Crave, posted a report on the recent LA screening of new machinima, with links to some of the best.

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