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App-Rising.com is written by Geoff Daily, a DC-based technology journalist, broadband activist, marketing consultant, and Internet entrepreneur.

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Entries from App-Rising tagged with 'video'

June 6, 2008 9:46 AM

Tune In To Media Reform Online

There's going to be an interesting conference starting today and running through this weekend called the National Conference for Media Reform. They've got a number of well-known speakers talking about the challenges and opportunities of media in the 21st century....

June 2, 2008 11:03 AM

Video: The Power of the Grid

While I've written about grid computing before, sometimes video is the best way to tell a story. Here's a YouTube video I just found. Though it doesn't necessarily go into any great detail nor does it provide all that much...

May 21, 2008 8:23 AM

User-Generated Video in Education at Streaming Media East

I've been attending Streaming Media East in the Big Apple, and yesterday sat in on a session about user-generated video in education led by the venerable Paul Riismandel, fellow StreamingMedia.com contributor and video guru at Northwestern University. First I learned...

May 19, 2008 8:25 AM

VidChat: MindTouch, Wikis, and 100Mbps

App-Rising.com is proud to present the first edition of VidChat, a series of conversations with those thought leaders who are powering the broadband revolution. Up first, Aaron Fulkerson, founder and CEO of MindTouch, who I’ve written about previously here. Here’s...

January 21, 2008 8:23 AM

Discussing the Use of Broadband With Matthew Lesko, The Question Mark Guy

Over the weekend while playing chauffeur to a pair of car-less friends in need of help running an errand I had a brush with greatness. That's right, on Saturday afternoon, around 1:30pm, I met Matthew Lesko. Now, that name may...

December 20, 2007 10:08 AM

Mayor Richard Sighting - How Fort Wayne Got Broadband And Protected Its Citizens

Fort Wayne, Indiana has proven itself to be progressive in the pursuit of broadband, and if you haven't heard of or from Mayor Graham Richard you've been missing out. Well here's an opportunity to learn a little more. This post...

November 13, 2007 9:14 AM

Broadband Vs. Peak Oil Revisited

A week ago today I wrote a post about what a world without oil would look like if we were to more fully embrace the possibilities of broadband, coming to the conclusion that maybe it wouldn't be so bad. Those...

November 8, 2007 4:58 PM

TV Strike Good for Internet Video?

WashingtonPost.com has a great article up exploring the potential impact of the TV writers' strike on interest in online video. To summarize, TV writers are now on strike, which has forced TV productions to be put on hold, meaning daily...

October 30, 2007 1:24 PM

Writing about Video on the Net from the Video on the Net Conference

tWriting today from Boston where I’m attending the Video on the Net conference. Wanted to share a series of thoughts and observations I had during yesterday’s New Video Summit. I got to the conference midway through a keynote presentation by...

October 23, 2007 12:22 PM

Writing from TelcoTV - Considering the Opportunity of NetVideo for Network Operators

I’m on the road again, this time in Atlanta to attend the TelcoTV conference, where telephone companies talk about how to add TV to their stable of services. Yesterday I attended their pre-conference NetVideo Summit, which covered the challenges and...

October 10, 2007 1:34 PM

Great Video from NextGenWeb Featuring Dr. Jay Sanders

While working on my next post inspired by last week's KMB Conference, I took a break to peruse the archives of NextGenWeb.org. They've done a great job of covering broadband related events around DC, in particular the APT's continuing series...

August 27, 2007 9:09 AM

Cutting Edge Application as Cable TV Advertising Vehicle

Was watching a show called "Human Weapon" on the History Channel last night and noticed an ad at the end that pointed to an online initiative they've started called the Greatest Hits Mashup Maker. If you go to that site,...

July 27, 2007 12:24 PM

The Tower of Babel for Telepresence?

Sharing an interview with you conducted by Howard Lichtman and the team at TechnologyEvangelist.com of the CEO/CTO of Teliris at Telepresence World about their new, interoperable telepresence product, which may usher in a new golden age of telepresence.

July 23, 2007 12:15 PM

Immersing Myself in Lafayette in 3D

One of the highlights of my trip to Lafayette was a visit to LITE, aka the Louisiana Immersive Technologies Enterprise...Here's a 10 minute video that shows you what I saw during my tour.

July 12, 2007 10:18 AM

Crea8ivity Not Alone; and Video Interview with HomeMovie.com

Working on getting myself out the door for a weekend away with the wife to visit Lafayette, LA, so no major deep thoughts today. Instead, I wanted to add on a couple of items to posts I made earlier this week.

May 23, 2007 12:34 PM

The Peak Capacity Building Conundrum

In this interview taken at the Killer App Expo, the Technology Evangelist guys have a conversation with Larry Irving, co-chair of the Internet Innovation Alliance and giver of a rousing keynote address on the morning of May 2nd.

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