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Kill your television

By davebirch posted Apr 10 2007 at 8:52 AM
[Dave Birch] Television is so 1930. The new era of video is here. Since all the kids are talking about YouTube, I've created an account there so that we can put up the odd video here and there in connection with both the Digital Money Forum and the Digital Identity Forum. Again, like the podcasts, we're talking about short, hopefully informative packages here rather than the next Citizen Kane and feedback is always appreciated.

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Well, here we go with our first Forum video clip. This is a cut-down version of a video made earlier in the year to show a couple of our clients some work we were doing in testing contactless payment cards.

These opinions are my own (I think) and presented solely in my capacity as an interested member of the general public [posted with ecto]


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"not exactly a space age lab!"

Keeping it real...

"Good idea although YouTube might not be the best choice"

Good point -- I'll wait until I've got a few more e-mails from people before deciding which way to go.

Good idea although YouTube might not be the best choice - many corporate firewalls (mine included) block it.

Brightcove or Netscape Video or others might be more accessible to your audience.

not exactly a space age lab! nice blinds though!

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