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Re: The INternet of Video

By Eli Chapman | "Eli Chapman" <opensourcefood@...> | opensourcefood
September 16, 2004 | Post #1191 | Topic #1159

--- In videoblogging@yahoogroups.com, Adrian Miles <adrian.miles@r...> wrote: > As Christopher says, a few minutes online would find this group, and numerous other commentators (Eli Chapman for example) that have been discussing this for at least 2 years. >>>>>>>>> The funny thing is that I accidentally started this discussion with an unmediated post that was del.icio.us'd by Ryan Shaw, reblogged by Kenyatta Cheese back onto Unmediated, and then posted here (I think by Steve). I posted it for a few different reasons: --I like Rafat Ali's PaidContent.org and his new idea (ContentNext) for bringing in thinkers and CEOs from the digital media industry, and I wanted unmediated readers to check it out. --The post's author, Jeremy Allaire, is a pretty prolific and interesting guy (former CTO of Macromedia and avid blogger, Google him for info) --And I'm a big fan of raising the investment community's awareness and interest in the potential breakthoughs we're heading towards in the field of video production tools, technology, and services. Greater attention increases the chance of raising money and is only going to help those of us who want to build solutions to the problems we're all experiencing, talking and thinking about. Anything that contributes towards defining direction and strategy for manifesting the future of media, communication, and entertainment is going to get my thumbs up- regardless if it's from peers on the web, research labs and universities, community experiments, startups, or corporations. And make that 5 years Adrian- 2 publicly ;) -Eli