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Month: February 2009

QuickTime Broadcaster

QuickTime Pro has a very cool add-on application called QuickTime Broadcaster, which allows for on-the-fly encoding. It accepts any video input — including iSight and Firewire — and offers a wide range of compression formats. While Broadcaster is designed to stream files over an Xserve, there is also a handy…

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Pam on DAM

Last week (Thursday, February 19, 2009) I was privileged enough to attended the “Extensis and Yale Digital Asset Management Success Story” seminar sponsored by Extensis (a division of Celartem, Inc.) on the campus of Harvard University in Cambridge, MA (we’ll forgive Extensis this time). The presentation took place in the…

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Review of Springshare.com

Springshare.com is a webpage that, in its own words, “develops cool web 2.0 applications for libraries and coeducational institutions.” Its most popular feature, LibGuides, provides a database for librarians to share research and analysis on any academic topic and to communicate with patrons not only within their respective institutions but…

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Review of Digg.com

Digg.com is an extensive news website that allows its online community to post articles from anywhere on the web to its “Upcoming Stories” section and to collectively vote on which articles are worthy of the front page and which articles are not. Upon reading an article, users can vote on…

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