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  Tuesday, December 08, 2009 – Permalink –

What's the Expression?

FrontPage, we knew you well


Microsoft has retired FrontPage in favor of an application called Expression Web Designer.

It is part of four programs that will make up the Expression suite.

Channel9.MSDN.com has a series of videos on the quartet.

Here's the one on FrontPage/ Expression
Expression - Part Four: Web

Also:
Expression - Part One: The Overview

Expression - Part Two: Design

Expression - Part Three: Blend




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  Friday, July 13, 2007 – Permalink –

Viddler Video Streamer

Player and free video storage





"You can upload many videos at once, and in various formats, too.(mov .avi .wmv .mpeg).

You also won't have to worry about file size - just keep any video you upload under 500 Mb.

Timed Tags
Moments on the timeline of your video are taggable, so you can classify and share instances in time. Timed tags are searchable, too - a great way to explore the content on viddler.com

Timed Comments
Your position in the timeline of a video determines where your comment will be posted to, which brings the discussion to a whole new level!

Use Your Webcam
Got a web camera? You can use Viddler to record footage directly from the camera to the website. There's no third-party software


"Viddler is very different from other video-delivery based websites, because we stream our videos instead of having the user download it.

That means you get to watch videos without having to wait for the entire video to load.

This is especially useful when you want to view the last few minutes of a very long video.

It's a secure system and prevents other people from watching the video (in ways they're not supposed to) or ripping the video off the site.

Video that you host with Viddler cannot be stolen, or used in any fashion, unless you set your sharing options to allow it."


Vidler.com



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