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Why does everyone still say HTML5? Shouldn't it just be called HTML (no version number) at this point?
WSJ namedrops iStreamPlanet again. :) https://t.co/DMVGYHELqO
RT @KenJennings: If I'm ever in a horrible disaster, I can only hope and pray that I have the presence of mind to make my phone video horizontal.
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- Why does everyone still say HTML5? Shouldn't it just be called HTML (no version number) at this point?
Monthly Archives: February 2010
If you’re planning or considering attending MIX this year, I will be doing a workshop at MIX on March 14th titled “Media Processing Workflow”: http://live.visitmix.com/MIX10/Sessions/WKSP07 “Managing the media production pipeline for a site like NBC Olympics or NFL Football can be challenging. … Continue reading
Though it may seem like it was just yesterday, it’s now been 18 months since we delivered for NBC the Beijing 2008 Summer Olympics using Windows Media Services, Windows Media Player and Silverlight. Whereas in Beijing we experimented with HTTP adaptive streaming for on-demand … Continue reading
As you’re probably well aware, the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics are upon us. Just as we did 2 years ago for 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics, Microsoft has once again teamed up with NBC to bring online video coverage of the 2010 Winter Olympics … Continue reading