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Alex S., the developer of the iPhone app Podcaster, says he is confused because Apple included a webapp version of his application but rejected the native version. Interview by TalkingHeadTV**** 09.14.08. Distributed by Tubemogul.
18 Sep 2008
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This "web-lication" allows you to pick and listen to music based on mood, style, genre, mood within the genre, and a specific year or decade. I am in no way associated with this website, I just found it to be really cool.
5 Jan 2007
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Web applications like Twitter, Gmail, etc are really nice and almost feel like desktop apps but there is one drawback: They are always inside of your browser. Tino will show you how to bitnap a webapp out of your browser and into Fluid (*******www.fluidapp****) to make it a standalone application.
7 Aug 2009
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In this video, I demonstrate the iPhone application portal, AppSafari. You can reach this site by heading to *******www.appsafari****. It contains many great iPhone applications which do no require a jailbroken iPhone. Enjoy!
23 Apr 2008
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Yes, the economic sky is still falling for tech companies. Despite glimmers of hope in the markets and data, advertising, which is traditionally a key source of income for both online content producers and application creators, isn't expected to rebound till long after the economy is on the right track. That means, at least in PC Mag editor-in-chief (and occasional TechVi guest) Lance Ulanoff's view, the end of the free web is coming. Soon. Is he on th emoney? And more importantly, will you fight for your free content? We ask Technologizer founder Harry McCracken, along with Brian Heater of PC Mag. Harry sees other platforms like the Kindle primed for innovation, since people are currently successfully charging consumers real dollars, and people seem to be paying. Brian's take is similar, pointing out that since the free cat is out of the bag, it's going to be awfully difficult to get it back in. My hope is someone will want to pay for content, maybe by going to an NPR style of begging for money. Someone's gotta do it. (Oh, and if you want to give us cash,we're more than willing to accept, for the record.) We also talk about the news that Steve Jobs won't be the main keynote speaker for Apple's upcoming World Wide Developers Conference. Brian mentions that it might be a bit of a red herring, given the carefully worded press release, and that Apple's "One More Thing..." might be Jobs' appearance. Harry, on the other hand, thinks regardless of whether Steve steps up to the plate, Apple has plenty of good leadership that haven't dropped the ball thus far, despite Stevie J's day-to-day micromanaging absence. What's your take? How crucial is Steve Jobs to the future of Apple in the presentation role? Could he pop in here and there without being the main presenter and still have the draw to keep up the reality distortion field? Also, is there any content you'd pay for (other than TechVi, naturally)? What's the maximum amount you'd think about investing, or do you think content will figure out how to be free, regardless of ad dollars?
14 May 2009
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Yes, the economic sky is still falling for tech companies. Despite glimmers of hope in the markets and data, advertising, which is traditionally a key source of income for both online content producers and application creators, isn't expected to rebound till long after the economy is on the right track. That means, at least in PC Mag editor-in-chief (and occasional TechVi guest) Lance Ulanoff's view, the end of the free web is coming. Soon. Is he on th emoney? And more importantly, will you fight for your free content? We ask Technologizer founder Harry McCracken, along with Brian Heater of PC Mag. Harry sees other platforms like the Kindle primed for innovation, since people are currently successfully charging consumers real dollars, and people seem to be paying. Brian's take is similar, pointing out that since the free cat is out of the bag, it's going to be awfully difficult to get it back in. My hope is someone will want to pay for content, maybe by going to an NPR style of begging for money. Someone's gotta do it. (Oh, and if you want to give us cash, we're more than willing to accept, for the record.) We also talk about the news that Steve Jobs won't be the main keynote speaker for Apple's upcoming World Wide Developers Conference. Brian mentions that it might be a bit of a red herring, given the carefully worded press release, and that Apple's "One More Thing..." might be Jobs' appearance. Harry, on the other hand, thinks regardless of whether Steve steps up to the plate, Apple has plenty of good leadership that haven't dropped the ball thus far, despite Stevie J's day-to-day micromanaging absence. What's your take? How crucial is Steve Jobs to the future of Apple in the presentation role? Could he pop in here and there without being the main presenter and still have the draw to keep up the reality distortion field? Also, is there any content you'd pay for (other than TechVi, naturally)? What's the maximum amount you'd think about investing, or do you think content will figure out how to be free, regardless of ad dollars?
14 May 2009
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Gmail is a pretty solid webmail solution but some might not find the Interface to be pretty. Maybe you havent noticed the Themes tab yet. Tino bitnaps the old standard design and shows you more.
17 Aug 2009
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If you don't know how to use audio programs, creating custom ringtones for your iPhone or other mobile phones isn't that easy. Bastian will show you how to create a ringtone in no time using *******www.audiko**** Don't stop bitnapping!
20 Aug 2009
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A customized startpage can be very handy. www.Netvibes**** is exactly that and more. Tino will show you what you can do with and why it is so cool.
1 Dec 2009
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Sending large files over email isn't really easy but there is a solution: Sendspace (*******www.sendspace****) It allows you to upload files and share a links with the recipient.
12 Dec 2009
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I've heard of MobileMe, but what is it? A Internet tutorial by butterscotch****.
3 Feb 2010
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It's Google Voice, the HTML5 mobile app vs. GV Mobile, the jailbroken Google Voice app!
10 Feb 2010
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Freshbooks held a workshop at Texas Coworking on the eve of SXSW at 200 E 6th Street in Austin on Thursday, March 11 at 9 am to 1 pm. In the video, Paul Terry Walhus of *******spring**** interviews Matthew Parente who is building a community calendar web app and was an attendee. Mic Berman is talking to Matthew who is Strategic Advisor to Freshbooks.
12 Mar 2010
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This video is endorsed by: *******theofficialtechsupport and provided in part by those wonderful guys at *******the-gatesofolympus.tk Join the crew for more benefits. ----------------------------
9 May 2010
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Demonstration: Online Office Web Apps
5 Apr 2011
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french open source wizard AlexHoyau *******intermedia-paris.fr
12 Dec 2011
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