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Will Vectors Be a Pixel-Killer? By Sarv Kreindler on January 18,2013

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Philip Hodgetts wonders if a newly launched vector-based video codec really symbolizes the death of the pixel, as creators of the codec claim. He...Read More >>

01/25/13 06:01:55 PM
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New Study Proves Streaming Video Quality and Users' Behaviors Are Directly Linked By Sarv Kreindler on January 11,2013

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A new study from Massachusetts professor Ramesh Sitaraman measures users' attention spans when it comes to loading times and quality of streaming...Read More >>

01/25/13 06:01:32 PM
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One Tumblr Blog Makes Art Out of Movie Stills and Their Real NYC Locations By Sarv Kreindler on January 07,2013

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The Atlantic Cities interviews Christopher Moloney, a TV writer who is responsible for the popular Tumblr FILMography, which has him holding up black...Read More >>

01/25/13 06:01:00 PM
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Instagram and Photojournalism: Do Filters Take Away the Truthfulness of an Image? By Sarv Kreindler on December 20,2012

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The Guardian ponders the use of smartphones and filtering apps like Instagram in the world of photojournalism. They write, "We have an unwritten...Read More >>

12/20/12 11:12:49 AM
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2013 Predictions for Streaming Video By Sarv Kreindler on December 18,2012

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GigaOM reveal their top four predictions for streaming video in the new year. They write, "Last week’s multi-year licensing agreement...Read More >>

12/18/12 04:12:13 PM
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Infograph: How to Use Creative Commons Photos By Sarv Kreindler on December 10,2012

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Check out this infograph courtesy of Foter.com which explains the rules and regulations that govern different Creative Commons images. Click to...Read More >>

12/10/12 05:12:05 PM
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