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  1. I agree this is very nice.

    Had this been MS, you would have had to download X plugin to visual studio. Upgraded your account to MSDN platnium Bill Gates signature, and cut out your kidney with a butter knife, and shipped it first class to Redmond, in order to take full advantage of the unnecessarily and badly done 3d API. Just like when I tried to access Expression tools from my lowly $1500 per year MSDN pro subscription.

    All in all this is a great tool from Google, and I may try to change the blogs on SiteSpaces.net in order to take advantage of it as well. We’re not back in the datacenter, so we can’t host video again just yet. Soon.

  2. I agree this is very nice.

    Had this been MS, you would have had to download X plugin to visual studio. Upgraded your account to MSDN platnium Bill Gates signature, and cut out your kidney with a butter knife, and shipped it first class to Redmond, in order to take full advantage of the unnecessarily and badly done 3d API. Just like when I tried to access Expression tools from my lowly $1500 per year MSDN pro subscription.

    All in all this is a great tool from Google, and I may try to change the blogs on SiteSpaces.net in order to take advantage of it as well. We’re not back in the datacenter, so we can’t host video again just yet. Soon.

  3. If you look at http://www.infoworld.com/, you will notice the rotating photo/headline component at the top of the page. This is very similar to what we did with the PodTech feeds and getting the exact infoworld treatment is trivial with our AJAX Feed API. Give it a shot. I’d love to see all the pig publishers (New York Times, etc.) adopt PodTech style feeds where each article contains a reasonable photo, media stream, and text content/meta-data.

  4. If you look at http://www.infoworld.com/, you will notice the rotating photo/headline component at the top of the page. This is very similar to what we did with the PodTech feeds and getting the exact infoworld treatment is trivial with our AJAX Feed API. Give it a shot. I’d love to see all the pig publishers (New York Times, etc.) adopt PodTech style feeds where each article contains a reasonable photo, media stream, and text content/meta-data.

  5. I could do that on our SiteSpaces.net website when the server goes back to canix.ca and we have video uploads again(it’s in our office on the cable modem right now). Why don’t you do that with Orkut and Blogger too?

    Also the link you posted is faulty:
    http://www.infoworld.com
    I know them from Linux World Canada.

    Also I think you meant to say “big publishers” not “pig” publishers, regardless of how accurate your typo may have been.

  6. I could do that on our SiteSpaces.net website when the server goes back to canix.ca and we have video uploads again(it’s in our office on the cable modem right now). Why don’t you do that with Orkut and Blogger too?

    Also the link you posted is faulty:
    http://www.infoworld.com
    I know them from Linux World Canada.

    Also I think you meant to say “big publishers” not “pig” publishers, regardless of how accurate your typo may have been.

  7. Mark,

    I have new technology Google may be interested in. Please contact me if somebody over there would like to hear what I have to say. The technology would perform better with Google’s network resources, so I am hoping we can talk while I do not want to go into detail here.

    Thanks

  8. Mark,

    I have new technology Google may be interested in. Please contact me if somebody over there would like to hear what I have to say. The technology would perform better with Google’s network resources, so I am hoping we can talk while I do not want to go into detail here.

    Thanks