As more video comes to light from the struggle inside Iran, one must marvel at the technology making this all possible. Even a decade ago, people had to reply mostly on images smuggled out of an area of conflict by journalists working for the traditional media.
A while back I wrote about the crazy Twittering life many people have gotten into, sending updates about everything theyve been doing in their day-to-day routine. As if the world cares. Yet it seems like everyone, even
Videomaker's Video Production Associate, Igor Zarubin, passed an interesting 12-minute video along to us the other day. It's called Signs, and it is such a simple yet well-produced video that I thought I'd share it with our readers, too.
Everyone of us have done it. There you are posting away about how dumb a video you saw on Youtube is, you click post... And then you realize wait, I misspelled... EVERYTHING! Now you are the one who looks dumb. Well now we can all save a little face, because Youtube has just included the option to erase those comments.
Some time ago there was a list of video hosting sites like youtube published in Video maker. I need to find a site that my company can use to publish weekly project updates that will be secured from the general public but still accesible by our management form just about any internet connection. Anybody have a suggestion?