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youtube-dl - Wikipedia
"youtube-dl is a command-line utility for downloading videos or extracting audio files from streaming websites such as YouTube, Dailymotion, and Vimeo. The software is written using Python. youtube-dl is public domain software under the Unlicense license and waiver.[4]"


"youtube-dl is top-ten software—a pretty profound public service. DID YOU KNOW: you can `youtube-dl [URL of tweet]` and download video from Twitter, too?"]
onlinetoolkit  commandline  vimeo  youtube  video  dailymotion  twitter  downloads  downloading 
july 2018 by robertogreco
Binder is a simple web template.
It allows users to connect a series of already-existing web pages into one home-base with a customizable navigation. Binder is built using Javascript and JQuery, and uses iFrames.

Get Binder:
Binder is on github here. [ ]
Binder can be downloaded as a .zip here.

Binder can be used with:
• Google Docs
• Tumblr
• NewHive
• PDF’s
• Wikipedia
• Youtube (using embed link)
• Vimeo (using embed link)
• and more

Binder can’t be used with:
• Twitter
• Facebook
• Sites that don’t allow iframes

Please direct any questions about Binder to:

This is our work with Clement Valla"

[Used for: ]
binder  clementvalla  webdev  googledocs  via:soulellis  pdfs  tumblr  wikipedia  youtube  vimeo  newhive  github  webdesign  pdf 
september 2015 by robertogreco
Rev Dan Catt: Still Blogging
"It's fun to see people (by which I mean people I track) talking about blogging. Andy here and Gina here, and others in Andy's comments.

I thought I'd jot down my angle.

• I'm tired of putting content on other people's platforms such as Medium, Flickr & Tumblr because I'm now never quite sure when it'll all go bottom up with me scrabble to get my content back out. Instead I'm scrabbling now, slowly going back through my archive and converting posts to markdown and importing images from Flickr. You can see just how far I haven't got by the cube placeholder images at /root.

• No analytics, no tracking, no cookies. I don't want to help Google track people around the web just so I can see how few hundreds of people viewed the site today. Removing the tracking is part of owning content. My audio is still on SoundCloud which drags GA cookies in with it when I post it here, same with Vimeo/YouTube videos. It's getting easier to self-host that kind of stuff, I just haven't had the time yet. So, no javascript on the page, no css/images/js from external sites is the goal. As I'm still interested in where people come from I sometimes pop onto the server to run goaccess to view referrers.

• Blogging has changed, twitter and Medium have altered the need to blog how we used to. I've re-jigged my blog to be the historic record my future self will want. Hence why you get presented with the current month, rather than traditional reverse chronological posts. I'm designing it for a future when at the end of the year I can push a button and it'll toss all my content into a book, divided up into months.

It's my own shoebox"
revdancatt  blogging  blogs  webdev  tracking  googleanalytics  medium  flickr  tumblr  content  adomainofone'sown  soundcloud  ownership  control  vimeo  youtube  css  images  javascript  2014  webdesign 
october 2014 by robertogreco
Cameo on the App Store on iTunes
"Cameo allows you to easily create beautiful short movies right on your phone! Cameo is the first app to bring professional-grade video effects and styles to creators of any skill level. Download now and unleash your inner director!

- Shoot and edit beautiful videos entirely on your phone!
- Huge collection of styles and effects (for FREE)
- Instantly share on Cameo as well as Vimeo, Facebook, Tumblr and Twitter
- Shoot in real-time with friends and capture together
- Download full HD videos to your phone and upload to Instagram, your website or blog
- Cloud storage so video clips don’t take up space on your phone
- Follow friends and other creators

Your experience is our number one priority. If you have any questions or issues, please email us at We're here to help however we can."
vimeo  application  iphone  ios  filmmaking  video  cameo  ios7 
july 2014 by robertogreco
This Place on Vimeo
"In the first release of This Place, we explore the Oregon Coast through a short film and series of interactive vignettes. We take to the road to get to the heart of the questions, “What makes the Oregon coast unique?” And “Why do so many people consider it not just special, but sacred?”

From its local inhabitants to its visitors, the Oregon Coast means different things to different people. This Place is a portrait of the coast as seen through the eyes of a few who cherish it.

Made by Instrument. "


"If the rain is getting you down or your allergies make you want to scream, here’s a local project to make you fall in love with Oregon all over again. “This Place,” produced as a side project by Portland-based digital creative agency Instrument, explores the Oregon Coast through the eyes of the locals (and a a couple of bird’s eye views too).

The project’s website really tells the story: Like the video, chapter one starts in Manzanita and you can see stills of a local surfer. Then it’s on to a fisherman’s workday at Rockaway Beach and a group’s exploration of watery Tillamook County. The fourth chapter features a couple of high schoolers at Beverly Beach State Park before ending up with iconic shots of Astoria. The video pans the five locations, but the chapters make you pause.

On the website, editors said they approached the piece with the questions “What makes the Oregon Coast unique?” and “Why do so many people consider it not just special, but sacred?”

There’s no dialogue, but the project packs a powerful punch.

After publishing this story, OPB Morning Edition Host Geoff Norcross stopped by my desk to say he thought he heard his voice in the video. Sure enough, the rest of the newsroom had a listen and heard him come on a car radio at 0:50." ]
oregon  2013  oregoncoast  vimeo  astoria  documentary 
july 2014 by robertogreco
OVERLAP: Laboratory of Audio/Visual Anthropology on Vimeo
"OVERLAP is a network platform that provides a space of reunion and screening for audiovisual researchers dealing with the theoretical, ethical and aesthetical questions of representation and subjectivity.

We believe that social scientists are responsible for making the knowledge they produced available to a broader audience, and so this group has been created as an open and free platform that will increase and enrich the accessibility of anthropological films and discussions. We like to think of this space as the first step in a larger project that will -in the future- include public screenings, forums, joint projects with other institutions, publications and why not our own festival, curated and managed by this very same community.

We accept any audiovisual work produced using ethnographic methodologies, but are especially interested in those that explore the particularities of audiovisual language in order to convey and communicate social knowledge in creative and unconventional ways. We want to become a dynamic and horizontal laboratory where people with wide spectrum of fields, cultures and nationalities can reflect, debate, find support and exchange their views on the diverse ways in which reality can be experienced and represented."
anthropology  vimeo  video  socialsciences  accessibility  film  ethnography  audiovisual  socialknowledge 
april 2014 by robertogreco
Zach Klein – Dorm Room Tycoon
"In this interview, Zach Klein reveals why the era of having a single career is over and why you shouldn’t start a company that you couldn’t imagine making for the rest of your life. We then touch on community building and why great communities have a few profound rules."
zachklein  vimeo  community  entrepreneurship  careers  work  2014 
january 2014 by robertogreco
Webstock '13: Jason Kottke - I built a web app (& you can too) on Vimeo
See also:

"In February, I spoke at the Webstock conference in Wellington, New Zealand. My talk was called “I built a web app (& you can too)” and was about how I built Stellar.

In the final third of the talk, I discussed the future of the site and the difficult time I was having with my motivation. At the time, I honestly didn’t know if I would continue developing for the site or even hosting it. The process of giving the talk was very helpful in helping me figure out that, yes, I did want to keep Stellar going. My first code check-in in several months occurred just a week or two after I got back from NZ and I’ve been working steadily on it ever since.

ps. Webstock is a wonderful conference. I don’t know if they’re doing it next year or not, but if they do, you should go.

pps. Oh man, I am not a good public speaker. I’m a little embarrassed watching this, even beyond the usual “that’s what my voice sounds like?” reaction. I feel like I had a compelling story to tell, I just didn’t tell it very well. Next time — if there is a next time — I will do better."

[Also here: ]
stellar  favorites  favoriting  likes  socialmedia  vimeo  flickr  tumblr  twitter  slowhunches  streams  webstock  2013  webapps  aggregation  youtube  online  internet  motivation  facebook  jasonkottke  liking  making  process  text  faving 
october 2013 by robertogreco
All In Favor - Anil Dash
"In short, favoriting or liking things for me is a performative act, but one that's accessible to me with the low threshold of a simple gesture. It's the sort of thing that can only happen online, but if I could smile at a person in the real world in a way that would radically increase the likelihood that others would smile at that person, too, then I'd be doing that all day long."
anildash  2013  favoriting  liking  appreciation  accessibility  gestures  twitter  flickr  youtube  vimeo  facebook  bookmarks  bookmarking  sharing  social  socialmedia  online  behavior  favorites  faving 
july 2013 by robertogreco • View topic - Inspirational Design Shorts
"I keep coming across cool design shorts (especially on Vimeo) that are very inspirational. Rather then make individual posts, I thought we should start an on going thread. So if you know of a good short, lets see it."
film  via:matthall  vimeo  designshorts  handmade  video  design 
january 2013 by robertogreco
slitscanner.js by Sha Hwang
"Slitscanner is a little piece of Javascript you can run as a bookmarklet to start, well, slitscanning videos online. This only works in the HTML5 video players so for Vimeo you will need to select "Switch to HTML5 Player" in the lower right on the video pages. For YouTube it's a little trickier, you can opt into the HTML5 test here, but they will still use the Flash Player for videos with ads."

[See also: ]
shahwang  slitscanner  javascript  2013  bookmarklets  bookmarklet  video  images  youtube  vimeo  videos  time  timemergemedia  timemerge 
january 2013 by robertogreco
Why Vimeo Is the Web Video Platform to Watch (in Full-Screen HD!) - Kasia Cieplak-Mayr von Baldegg - The Atlantic
" Even as the web video space gets more crowded, Vimeo continues to be the destination for content creators and viewers looking for cutting-edge videos, beautiful playback, and a remarkably positive community. A world away from cat virals, Vimeo is winning by nurturing the next generation of filmmakers (well, videomakers) and promoting their most innovative work. Their festival last week provided a fascinating look at how they're doing it."
curation  community  advertising  creativity  faketv  kasiacieplak-mayrvonbaldegg  2012  vimeo  youtube  video 
january 2013 by robertogreco
Big Red & Shiny: Did someone say 'Adhocracy'? An interview with Ethel Baraona Pohl
"…how are you working with Joseph Grima…around the idea of 'adhocracy', something that "captures opportunities, self-organizes and develops new and unexpected methods of production. ""

"…the concept of adhocracy is almost inherent in design. Work tools, new technologies and forms of communication, and strategies that facilitate self-organization—like DIY projects—are readily developable, urban actions that have a real impact on our environment."

"…there was some confusion on the part of the participants on the topic 'imperfection'—the overall theme of the Biennial—and the concept of adhocracy was brought up as a response to the proposals."

"…Peter Gadanho…recently said…"curating is the new criticism""

"…the most beautiful aspect of our times (and this is also related to the adhocracy), is that there is room and respect for all."

"multi-connected society can be very saturating for some people, but it also allows them, from their loneliness and isolation, to find what they need…"
ebooks  print  kindle  bottomup  bottom-up  hierarchy  tumblr  paufaus  laciudadjubilada  wikitankers  mascontext  quaderns  postopolisdf  postopolis  openconversation  conversation  stories  dpr-barcelona  anamaríaleón  klaus  tiagomotasaravia  nereacalvillo  claranubiola  amazon  booki  github  publishing  epub  domus  léopoldlambert  aurasma  communication  online  internet  digital  books  crowdfunding  douglascoupland  linkedin  pinterest  vimeo  twitter  youtube  facebook  socialnetworks  socialnetworking  socialmedia  society  networkedsociety  networks  web  loneliness  cv  isolation  shumonbasar  markusmiessen  opencalls  collaboration  curating  curation  diy  participation  petergadanho  josephgrima  ethelbaraona  2012  istanbulbiennial  istanbul  adhocracy  adhoc  epubs 
november 2012 by robertogreco
Momento - diary writing for iPhone and iPod touch
"With Momento in your pocket you can write your diary ‘on the go’, capturing moments whenever you find the time. A beautiful interface coupled with powerful tagging, makes it quick and easy to write about your day and browse moments from your past…

Connect Momento with popular web services to fill your diary with your online activity. In minutes Momento can build a record of each day, using the information and media you have shared online. A fast, effective and effortless way to record your life."

[via: ]
momento  lastfm  rss  digg  youtube  vimeo  flickr  instagram  gowalla  foursquare  facebook  twitter  notetaking  diaries  software  ios  journals  applications  iphone 
august 2012 by robertogreco
Chris Heathcote: anti-mega: to be real
"…a bit more theoretical than many of my talks, but I wanted to make the point that things like trust and authenticity aren’t binary – these are built slowly, and gained in the minds of people by doing the right thing. Also that the best trust is from just doing your job, and letting your employees & customers tell their stories."
hownotto  howto  socialmedia  personalization  depersonalization  twitter  firstdirect  people  vimeo  37signals  iceland  nokia  ebay  newspaperclub  kickstarter  upcoming  flickr  personality  providence  history  business  branding  storytelling  heritage  moleskine  sweden  curatorsofsweden  bookdepositorylive  tumblr  generalelectric  net-a-porterlive  enoughproject  theyesmen  facebook  spambots  brompton  bromptonbicycles  hiutdenim  historytag  @sweden  douglasrushkoff  google  dopplr  copywriting  webdesign  craft  social  spam  russelldavies  online  web  internet  administration  management  howwework  chrisheathcote  2012  authenticity  trust  nextberlin  nextberlin2012  webdev 
july 2012 by robertogreco
2011/02 Debbie Millman on Vimeo
"Design talent is equivalent to operational excellence."
"Design is not about design. [economics, anthropology, etc, an encyclopedic knowledge of everything]"
"I'd rather talk about what makes something valuable than about value propositions."
"Money is never about money. Sex is never about sex."
"Ideas are easy. Strategy is much harder."
"You need to know why you do what you do."
"Relentless prepare."
film  vimeo  design  debbie-millman  knowledge  via:tealtan 
may 2012 by robertogreco
"Edit Rich Narratives
*Mixed Media Editing: Texts, images, audios, videos and hyperlinks
*Multiple Interactive Layers: Manage unlimited story nodes
*Visual Storyboard: Edit your storyboard like a mind map

Connect Your Story To The Web
*Mash-up Ready: Mix YouTube videos and FlickR images
*Facebook & Twitter Friendly: Share your favorite sequences on social networks
*Custom Maps: Geolocalize your content

Publish Anywhere
*Quick Publishing: Automatically export your final edit
*Embedable Anywhere: Show your program on any webpage
*Tablet and Mobile Device Compatible: iOS player available this Spring"

[See this project example "Journey to the End of Coal": ]
[Related: ]
[See also Bear 71: ]
klynt  remixing  dailymotion  youtube  flickr  onlinetoolkit  twitter  facebook  geolocation  mapping  maps  storyboards  hypertext  audio  text  vimeo  cyoa  interactivedocumentary  webdoc  media  software  journalism  video  interactive  tools  multimedia  fiction  if  interactivefiction  filmmaking  remixculture 
february 2012 by robertogreco
MPAGDP [A música portuguesa a gostar dela própria] on Vimeo
"Canal/Arquivo de vídeos para celebrar a variedade da música feita em Portugal. Os vídeos são sempre filmados em espaços exteriores ou inóspitos aproveitando os sons ambientes e criando intimidade com os músicos. O microfone está sempre visível porque queremos trazer a música para a rua e vemos o mundo como um palco gigante."
music  portugal  portugués  video  vimeo 
december 2011 by robertogreco
The seedy underside of Vimeo « Icrontic Tech
"But wait… That wasn’t all they did. They disabled embedding of all content on our site, even the things we had made ourselves. Sure, the videos were still available by going directly to and going into our account, but embedding was gone, so every occurrence of a video on our site was replaced with a block that said “embedding has been disabled for this site.”"
vimeo  videogames  gaming  games  2009  video  brianambrozy  viddler  videohosting  videosharing  indiegames  nintendo  e3 
november 2011 by robertogreco
Vimeo vs. Indie Game Developers
"However, one thing that has become increasingly difficult to find has been anything related to video games. Specifically, indie video games. Vimeo's long been the go-to space for heralded indie titles like Sword and Sworcery to tease viewers with glimpses of in-development games. Yet, indie devlopers are finding themselves running afoul of an edict that forbids video of gameplays for users at the Basic and Plus levels of membership. To have gameplay videos hosted, users must purchase the Pro level at a cost of $199/year. That may not seem like a lot, but considering how many indie games get made by one- or two-person teams with no other source of income, it can be a big difference.

After seeing a flurry of tweets about the Vimeo policy earlier today, Kotaku reached out to Independent Games Festival chairman Brandon Boyer for his take on the situation. His editorial follows:"
videogames  vimeo  independentgamesfestival  indievideogames  video  2011  kotaku  games  videosharing  videohosting  brandonboyer  indiegames 
november 2011 by robertogreco
New upload rules on Vimeo Staff Blog
"The Vimeo staff has decided that we are no longer going to allow gaming videos on Vimeo. Specifically, we are no longer going to allow game walk-throughs, game strategy videos, depictions of player vs player battles, raids, fraps, or any other video gaming videos that simply depict individuals playing a video game. Videos falling into this category will be subject to deletion as of September 1st; new videos of this type will be removed."
vimeo  customerservice  videogames  walkthroughs  videos  games  gaming  2008  videosharing  videohosting  indievideogames  indiegames 
november 2011 by robertogreco
How Vimeo Lost Me
"I used to prefer Vimeo over YouTube. Vimeo was always a bit better in quality, had a nicer looking player and website. Most importantly, it had a more mature and tasteful community. So when I released my game TRAUMA, it was a no-brainer to publish the trailer for it on Vimeo. It was an arty project that was made exactly for the kind of audience I would meet on Vimeo.

Today, I’m regretting that decision…"
vimeo  gamedev  gamedesign  videogames  2011  video  trauma  indievideogames  krystianmajewski  hostng  videohosting  videosharing 
november 2011 by robertogreco
hello typepad: Rip, Mix, Burn, 2011 Style
"Leapf - is the best "meta"-dashboard out there right now. Leapf's proprietor Mark wrote (somewhere) that Leapf was about the moon, not the finger, and it really works. Rather than simply aggregate and collapse links and images pulled out of Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter, TypePad, etc., leapf figures out what people are linking to and collapses the feedback into one stream. It does more too, but it's relevant here because it's the best reading experience if you want to "cross the streams." The Twitter app is related and has some very similar ideas, but it still feels like a little bit of a mess to me."
davidjacobs  laepf  tumblr  twitter  facebook  aggregator  aggregation  typepad  vimeo  instapaper  reeder  ipad  ios  applications  reading  flipboard  zinio 
january 2011 by robertogreco
Unlink Your Feeds - There’s a better way.
"I have a vision of a new social networking paradigm. Handcrafted social networks.

I imagine a world where people take each network for what it is and participate (or not) on those terms. Instead of a firehose slurry of everything buckets, I imagine separate streams of purified whatever-it-is-each-service-does. I envision users that post when they’re inspired & don’t mind skipping a few days if nothing particularly interesting comes up…

I imagine people taking the extra 10 seconds to reformat a post for each service if the message is so relevant and important that it needs to show up more than once. I imagine being able to choose who I follow and what subset of their postings I get with a high degree of granularity.

There may come a day when this vision gets implemented on the server side. When all the social networks give me fine grain control for hiding subsets of the updates sent out by my contacts. But until that day comes, it’s gotta be solved on the client side."
lifestream  cv  distributed  socialnetworking  socialmedia  socialnetworks  socialsoftware  timmaly  formatting  context  twitter  tumblr  vimeo  flickr  etiquette  howto  internet  web  online  tutorials  utopia 
december 2010 by robertogreco
Vimeo Video School Featured Lessons
"Vimeo Lessons provide bite-sized information and great examples on a particular video-making topic. Lessons are created by the Staff at Vimeo and structured to give you more details about the stuff you want to learn about. Check out our Featured Lessons to get started."
video  howto  vimeo  lessons  classideas  filmmaking  tutorials 
december 2010 by robertogreco
Video 101 on Vimeo Video School
"Are you curious about how to make videos but can't tell a camcorder from a coffee maker? Do the terms 'pan' and 'tilt' conjour up thoughts of tv cooking shows instead of movie making terminology? Or maybe you're tired of always being the audience member and want to start making videos yourself? Well look no further, Video 101 is here! Join the friendly Vimeo Staff as we cover all the basics of shooting and editing videos you can be proud of. We've handcrafted these lessons for beginners of all backgrounds, check it out!"
howto  editing  vimeo  tutorials  filmmaking  classideas 
december 2010 by robertogreco
Vimeo Video School
"Vimeo Video School is a fun place for anyone to learn how to make better videos. Start by browsing our Vimeo Lessons, or find specific video tutorials created by other members."
video  howto  vimeo  tutorials  classideas  filmmaking 
december 2010 by robertogreco
Film School - Filmmaking on Vimeo
"This is the free Film School of which are published videos tutorials to make your film projects, from the special effects, to the steadycam, lights, cranes. Filmmaking demystifies. Also visit the free Film School Group at:​groups/​filmschool"
filmmaking  film  vimeo  tutorials  howto  classideas 
december 2010 by robertogreco
MASH TV on Vimeo
"This channel will be a way for all street based fixed riders to showcase their videos worldwide."
bikes  culture  biking  vimeo  video  media  tv 
october 2010 by robertogreco
Video site Vimeo uses HTML5 to get more iPhone friendly | VentureBeat
"Video sharing site Vimeo says it’s going to be the latest video company using the new HTML5 format as its path onto mobile devices. The site plans to release a “Universal Player” later today that will detect your smartphone browser and determine what video format it will support. So it might play in HTML5 on an iPhone or iPad, but play in Flash on an Android phone. …<br />
<br />
Vimeo, which is owned by media company IAC, also announced a new Watch Later feature, which allows users to bookmark videos for future viewing. Watch Later sounds most interesting when used across devices, so that someone could start watching a video on their computer, then continue it on their television in the Vimeo channel in the Roku set-top box, and finally finish it on Vimeo’s mobile website."
vimeo  2010  html5 
august 2010 by robertogreco
Riverfold Software - Clipstart
"Clipstart complements your photo application to give you a place that is designed for home movies. Import your movies, tag, search, and upload with one click to Flickr and Vimeo. You can even quickly upload a trimmed portion of a movie without needing to save a new copy. If you have dozens or hundreds of short movies from a Flip or video camera, Clipstart provides the workflow to finally make sense of them."
video  software  mac  vimeo  movies  macosx  osx 
february 2010 by robertogreco
David Galbraith’s Blog » Blog Archive » The top 10 things that defined ‘the noughties’, by category.
"The next decade is going to suck, but it might produce some great art.

Goodbye to cupcakes, and X-factor and Paris Hilton and Dubai tower blocks, and all that."
davidgalbraith  lists  culture  2000s  art  society  architecture  design  tv  television  film  music  food  cupcakes  celebrity  books  reading  stevejobs  flickr  vimeo  internet  web  thewire  errolmorris  thefogofwar  damienhirst  globalwarming  collapse  finance  sustainability  growth  via:blackbeltjones 
december 2009 by robertogreco
Like a Wal-Mart shirt with hand-sewn seams « Snarkmarket
"Usu­ally, we expect quan­tity to com­pete with qual­ity. You know, like: YouTube’s all about vol­ume; Vimeo’s all about qual­ity. That’s the break­down that we expect. Cheap and mass-produced vs. high-end and artisanal. Except that YouTube is the qual­ity leader, too...just talk­ing about tech­ni­cal qual­ity, of course, and Vimeo has done a great job cul­ti­vat­ing qual­ity of a dif­fer­ent’s a tip for video uploads from the iPhone 3GS: Don’t send the video directly from the Cam­era app. It com­presses it severely, and there’s no way to tell it not to. Instead, copy the video from the Cam­era app, then open Mail, cre­ate a new mes­sage (to your YouTube upload-via-email address) and paste the video in. Voila. No com­pres­sion. Of course, the video takes com­men­su­rately longer to upload, but it’s well worth it. The same trick works for photos."
iphone  video  youtube  vimeo  compression  quality  quantity 
november 2009 by robertogreco
Art and Community Engagement on Vimeo
"Initiated by the Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts, Art and Community Engagement is a group for artists, art organizations and institutions, and anyone else with similar goals to share through video how they're using art to creatively foster community–wherever that may be.
via:grahamje  collaboration  artists  art  society  video  vimeo  organizations  institutions  creativity  community  activism  resources  communities 
june 2009 by robertogreco
Not raving, but droning. - Happy new year! I'm leaving Tumblr.
"there are a ton of sites that perform individual tasks significantly better than Tumblr does, so I’m going to go with those. Flickr for photos, Twitter for short-form text, Vimeo for video, Delicious for links, for example. ... The Dashboard is a neat idea, really, but I’m also curious if Theresa uploaded any pictures recently, or if Herschell is on Xbox Live and up for some Left 4 Dead, or what new site Aaron is working on and has worked on in the past. Tumblr doesn’t solve that problem. Reblogging is boring. We don’t need more curators, we need more creators, and we need ways to aggregate what we do in the real world and connect it with people we care about. There needs to be a hub, flexible enough for new sites and content types to be added and removed as the tides ebb and flow. For the time being, that’ll be a personal site for me. We’ll see what happens."
via:preoccupations  tumblr  curation  2009  lifestreaming  creating  culture  rss  commenting  flickr  vimeo  twitter 
january 2009 by robertogreco
Visualize Vimeo User Activity with Vimeo Toys - ReadWriteWeb
"Hundreds of videos are added to these sites daily, but only a select few are really worth our time. With no easy way to sort through these uploads, Vimeo is asking the community for help in finding a solution. Today the site has announced the launch of Vimeo Toys. These toys aims to give users an interactive and visually appealing way to find more video content. Here's a look at what's available."
september 2008 by robertogreco
Climate Matters Video Contest on Vimeo - Climate Matters: Inspire Your Next President
"inviting Americans everywhere to participate in a contest to inspire our next president and political leadership on climate change. Between July 31st & September 22nd...contestants will upload a 30 or 60 second video representing their best attempt at delivering a compelling message to the next president & their political leaders to encourage bold action on climate change...judges will choose the winner amongst those ten videos which have accrued the most views in a single day. The contest will take place during both the summer Congressional recess and during the height of the presidential campaign season"
classideas  activism  environment  politics  green  video  vimeo  tcsnmy 
august 2008 by robertogreco
High Def on Vimeo
"Vimeo in glorious 1280x720 high definition. Full screen for best effect."
hd  vimeo  video  streaming 
october 2007 by robertogreco

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