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clubmed les deux alpes visite du theatre
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Holiday Inn Warsaw Jozefow is an exceptional holiday resort with a well-developed sleeping and wellness area and a magnificent business center. The hotel guarantees luxury services and real comfort both to the enthusiasts of active relaxation and to the lovers of peace and silence.
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Interview with Pablo Gomez of Yell Publicidad S.A. EADP Conference 2008 8-9 May 2008, Barcelona, Spain. (EADP : European Association of Directory and Database Publishers)
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Interview with Lionel Smith of TDS Directory Operations (Pty) Ltd. EADP Conference 2008 8-9 May 2008, Barcelona, Spain. (EADP : European Association of Directory and Database Publishers)
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Interview with John Love CEO of Spotmixer. EADP Conference 2008 8-9 May 2008, Barcelona, Spain. (EADP : European Association of Directory and Database Publishers)
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Interview with Alon Raz from Golden Pages Israel. EADP Conference 2008 8-9 May 2008, Barcelona, Spain.
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Interview with Sam Osborne Director of photography (Film & Video) EADP Conference 2008 8-9 May 2008, Barcelona, Spain.
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Interview with Sam Osborne Director of photography (Film & Video) EADP Conference 2008 8-9 May 2008, Barcelona, Spain.
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The fine art of hospitality: The first contemporary 5-star boutique hotel in Lisbon. In an 18th century restored building. A world created from small gracious gestures where the fine art of hospitality is cultivated. Voted by Condé Nast Traveller Hotlist 2006 as one o the sixty best, recently-opened hotels in the world.
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The fine art of hospitality: The first contemporary 5-star boutique hotel in Lisbon. In an 18th century restored building. A world created from small gracious gestures where the fine art of hospitality is cultivated. Voted by Condé Nast Traveller Hotlist 2006 as one o the sixty best, recently-opened hotels in the world.
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Solving the inefficiencies inherent in using text-based metadata for indexing moving media. - part 4 of 4. - Shawn Gold Director Viewdle.
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Solving the inefficiencies inherent in using text-based metadata for indexing moving media. - part 3 of 4. - Shawn Gold Director Viewdle.
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Solving the inefficiencies inherent in using text-based metadata for indexing moving media. - part 2 of 4. - Shawn Gold Director Viewdle
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Solving the inefficiencies inherent in using text-based metadata for indexing moving media. - part 1 of 4. - Shawn Gold Director Viewdle
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COMMENTS: Most Video Search Engines as of this year, 2010, are nothing but sites violating video creator rights. As a video creator/owner I hold the right to upload or delete my videos. However, because of some video search engines, it is not possible to remove my videos from sites, such as Mefeedia.com. There is not anybody working at Mefeedia.com who knows to remove a blip.tv video file as a whole from Mefeedia.com. If Mefeedia.com doesn't want to learn blip.tv technique to remove blip.tv videos properly, it should not reach to my blip.tv accounts. At present, many of my videos are not removed properly from mefeedia.com violating my video copyrights. Mefeedia.com deleted some of my videos; however, my video thumbnails, title, and the thumbnails are still indexed with the tags written on my hosting site file, such as 'health' tag. For example, when 'health' tag is the keyword for a search query at mefeedia.com, my deleted video thumbnail and its title appear between search results. Mefeedia.com still indexes my video using its tags. When I ask many other sites to remove my videos their workers automatically remove any 'tag' link to my video. They delete any tag link that points deleted video automatically. They know how to do that, they are able to develop a technique for that. However, mefeedia.com workers are not educated to remove a video as a whole. Another terrible site with similar problem is Photobucket.com. Photobucket.com support department stole my video from my deleted photobucket.com account. Such sites are enemies of video creators, Internet. Such sites are shame in Internet history for giving that much problem to video creators. There are not many Medical/Scientific video creators as I am. These Search Engines does not respect my nonprofit valuable videos. That's why their sites are full of bikini girl videos; that is the only thing they encourage people to do for a video.
  • 9 May 2008
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Video Search & Discovery Part 1 of 3 / By : Frank Sinton CEO Mefeedia COMMENT: Video hosting sites such as dailymotion.com, blip.tv, aol.com or youtube.com never have enough text space to describe a video exactly. Many video hosting sites even cuts off the shortest video description. It is meaningless to talk about Video Search Engine functions if there is not enough keywords, descriptions associated with the videos to index. As a video creator, I need at least 500 words to describe the video and add tags; however, video hosting sites are not standard websites; and, in general their technology do not allow to write long descriptions for a video. I have my own website with full description underneath the video. However, video Search Engines do not crawl my websites that gives video full description/tags; but, index my video hosting site with a short description (My website is not a video site, only some of my educational URLs are with videos that hosted on my different video hosting/uploading accounts such as blip.tv). Since, there is not full information at my video upload/hosting site to index, Video Search Engines never have full information to categorize, index the videos properly. This is specially important for my Medical/Scientific videos. In conclusion, there is not such a thing, Video Search Engine Indexing, that some search engines such as mefeedia.com try to organize, but there is a problem to associate a video with its original full-description, and tags. Since Video Search Engines are causing too many problems, if had to select between creating videos and creating websites, I'd prefer creating/publishing websites over videos. When I want to publish my Medical/Scientific messages, I prefer writing text and uploading images to my website. I am tired of dealing with the thief Video Search engines such as mefeedia.com. COMMENT: I am a Prof.Dr., I used to create nonprofit Medical, Scientific videos; however, since my videos/thumbnails, tags linked to other people's name to prevent me from having proper credits; and, the video site support departments did not reply to my requests; I stopped to create any public videos. Probably, this is what video sites such as mefeedia.com wanted. Probably, such video sites believe that there are many stupid Prof. Drs. to create nonprofit videos. If one stops to create videos, then another will replace it.
  • 9 May 2008
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Video Search & Discovery, Social Relevancy, and Vertical Communities. Part 1 of 3 By : Frank Sinton CEO Mefeedia Videos: Frank Sinton CEO Mefeedia. Video creator/owner problems: COMMENTS: Most Video Search Engines as of this year, 2010, are nothing but sites violating video creator rights. As a video creator/owner I hold the right to upload or delete my videos. However, it is not possible to remove my videos from some sites, such as photobucket.com. Photobucket.com support department stole my video from my deleted photobucket.com account. Such sites are enemies of video creators, Internet. Such sites are shame in Internet history for giving that much problem to video creators. There are not many Medical/Scientific video creators as I am. These video sites do not respect my nonprofit valuable Medical/Scientific videos. That's why their sites are full of bikini girl videos; that is the only thing they encourage people to do for a video. COMMENT: I am a Prof.Dr., I used to create nonprofit Medical, Scientific videos; however, since my videos/thumbnails, tags linked to other people's name to prevent me from having proper credits; and, the video site support departments did not reply to my requests; I stopped to create any public videos. Probably, this is what video sites such as photobucket.com wanted. Probably, such video sites believe that there are many stupid Prof. Drs. to create nonprofit videos. If one stops to create videos, then another will replace it.
  • 9 May 2008
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