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June, 2010

  • 9 June

    Thousands of Fake YouTube Pages Deliver Malware

    Want to see a revealing video about the Gulf oil spill or the NBA Finals? Apparently thousands of Web users do, and many of them are being lured to video sites that look just like Google’s YouTube. But rather than playing the videos immediately, clicking “play” prompts the user to …

May, 2010

  • 20 May

    Embedding Videos on Your Website

    Many websites offer streaming video content. This is nothing new. What is new, is that there are many options for getting that accomplished. The days of RealPlayer vs. Quicktime vs. Windows Media are just about over. Now there are wide range of options, some that use Adobe Flash player and …

March, 2010

  • 16 March

    MusicVideos.com sells for $250,000

    There have been a lot of big domain sales as of late. Adding to the list is MusicVideos.com, which just sold for $250,000 USD. Given the huge popularity of music videos with Internet-savvy youths, this name is a hot ticket, right? Even though there is a huge market for music …

  • 4 March

    What is FFmpeg hosting?

    Question: What is FFmpeg hosting? Answer: FFmpeg is a suite of tools that provide users with video manipulation, editing, streaming, and recording capabilities on numerous platforms and multiple formats. As the name indicates, it supports a number of mpeg compression formats as well as other open and proprietary video codecs. …

December, 2009

  • 29 December

    Data center construction- Lego style

    When people think of data centers, they often envision large rooms full of loud servers. This YouTube video shows the data center in a much more innovative way– its construction from start to finish, all with Lego bricks. With high-speed connections and millions of pages to visit, I think too …

August, 2009

  • 6 August

    ICANN Issues Statement Regarding YouTubeIslam.com

    In what has become a highly controversial domain dispute, ICANN has uncharacteristically released a statement about it explaining their non-participant role in domain name disputes. According to reports, the respondents registered the domain youtubeislam.com and created a website that allowed people to post videos about Islam and Muslims. The site …

June, 2009

  • 30 June

    The Pirate Bay introduces video sharing site

    Not to be deterred by a little litigation and jail time, the founders of The Pirate Bay plan to launch a new video sharing site. The new potential YouTube competitor will feature videos without copyright restrictions, the company claims. YouTube has long been the subject of copyright disputes with numerous …

  • 5 June

    EFF tracks policy changes on Facebook, YouTube and others

    TOSBack is a new site created by the Electronic Frontier Foundation that tracks terms of service (TOS) agreements on major websites such as Google, Facebook, YouTube, eBay, Apple, and WordPress. In the past, some major social media sites have instituted TOS agreements that alarmed users and raised questions about their …

  • 5 June

    Americans View 6.4 Hours of Online Video per Month, Study Says

    A survey recently conducted by market research company comScore sheds new light on online video viewing habits in the States. The study found that Americans viewed 16.8 billion hours of online video in April. That is 1,916 years, or two millenniums, worth. This marked a 16% increase from the previous …