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  • How YouTube and the Social Web Saved Winter

    My back hurts. As with the rest of the United States, my neck of the woods has received more snow and cold weather than one could possibly want for the winter season. Due to the constant snowfall, I have spent a number of my days clearing my driveway from snow with the help of my 15 year old snow blower. Several days ago, the snow blower's auger died on me leaving me with a useless rusting piece of machinery. Auger Belts 1. Remove the plastic belt cover on the front of the engine by removing…

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: February 09, 2011
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  • Bolton Council Selects Bloxx Media Filter to Deliver YouTube Content

    Council will be first UK Education Authority to Deploy Media Filter LONDON, UK – 14th January 2010. Bloxx, the innovator in Web content filtering, today announced that Bolton Council will be the first Local Education Authority in the UK to deploy the recently launched Bloxx Media Filter. This will help schools in its area take advantage of YouTube media content in a secure online environment, improve local collaborative learning and resource sharing and give autonomy to teachers to help them…

    By RealWire
    Posted: January 14, 2010
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  • How free is free?

    It looks as if Laura Scott, pingVision, had some free time on her hands. There are reasons free servcies on the Internet are free. Laura wants you to start asking yourself, "why?". Is the future really free? It seems we've entered an age where there's a land-grab happening for personal data and attention time. Look at all the web start-ups backed by venture capital. They aren't investing out of philanthropy. There's value there. YouTube is "free" but Google paid over a billion dollars for it.…

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: April 27, 2008
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  • Bill Gates Video: Last Day at Microsoft

    This YouTube video was too hilarious to pass up. I do wonder though, how much did the video cost?

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: January 13, 2008
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  • SilverStripe's Sigurd Magnusson on YouTube

    Sigurd Magnusson wrote to us letting us know about a YouTube video where he talks about his company's content management system, SilverStripe. The video was recorded while at a recent function at Google for software developers. Here's some interesting content for both you and your readers, providing a  quick overview of our project, company and our success with the Google  Summer of Code project.  :-) So get the popcorn out and open your favorite beverage and feel free to watch this…

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: October 25, 2007
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  • Ruby on Rails on YouTube

    If you like the Mac/Windows commercials we have seen over the past year then you are going to like the Hi, I'm Ruby on Rails videos making their way on YouTube.  The parodies are great for late night video watching and lets hope the PHP and Java folks have a sense of humor. Check out Rails Envy for the complete details on the video.

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: May 19, 2007
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  • The Drupal Boys - A Drupal Song video

    The Drupal Boys - A Drupal Song video

    Dries Buytaert had mentioned that when the Drupal developers came together at the Open Source CMS Summit he hoped they could make a video using Jeff Robbin's catchy Drupal Song.  I'm not sure the status of that video by the developers, but as a fan of Drupal I decided to beat them to the punch.

    My son and I have become addicted to The Drupal Song.  In fact, when the song is playing in my house we quickly become The Drupal Boys.
    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: April 06, 2007
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  • So Is It a Smart Move or Silly Money 2.0?

    So was Google's buy of YouTube smart or silly? Just as the BusinessWeek article discusses in their own article, the answer to that question is anybody's guess. I think if Google bought YouTube only for its young fickle audience and the level of synergy currently present at the site...it was a silly move. However, Google may have also bought YouTube before anybody else could which is likely a very smart move.

    If Google fails to see YouTube turn a profit they're out only out 1.5 billion dollars. However, how much loss would Google see in the long run if YouTube had been bought by one of Google's competitor and the competitor succeeded in capturing the online video market? Evidently Google felt the risk was too high if YouTube worked for somebody else but Google.

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: October 12, 2006
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