1. Mayari's Card Holder


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    This is my latest re*creation: a card holder. It's totally responsably designed and available upon demand. It's made by Tanja Burgdorfer. I have a diploma in design - which makes me a designer I guess - but I rather see myself as an inventor and a maker. I call my products "re*creations" as they are always handmade from reycled material. I promise you, they work perfectly! Learn more on http://www.mayari.net/ch/main/php

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      Multi screen video wall effect I created as a teaser to QUOD TV's on demand Queerclub Internet wallpaper channel featuring club kids, gogo boys and girls and fabulous creatures of the night dancing to top DJ mix sets every hour. The track by the way is our PHAX remix (my studio partner DJ Paul Heron and myself) of Colton Ford's forthcoming US smash cover of REM's classic Losing My Religion - watch out for it when it comes! Enjoy and as always please leave any questions or comments you feel would provide constructive feedback. Thanx.

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      • de hobby van Joost: Zweefvliegen


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        • FilmFellas Cast 3- Webisode 12- The Gold Standard


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          "The Gold Standard" Is the traditional Hollywood film structure starting to lose its hold on standard distribution because of the rapid growth of online films? The fellas argue that the experience of going to a movie theater is still the “Gold Standard” for the entire industry; however, there are other types of entertainment and ways you can distribution it on the web that can bring you a much bigger audience and are more profitable. Old school mentalities that films must be seen on the big screen are changing and in turn the “Gold Standard” is being challenged. The fellas debate what is a film and whether on-screen or on-web is the right way to go for indies. “What filmmakers need to realize that it is no sin in making something that not the gold standard, we are entertainment makers and we want make content that moves people and something we can make a living doing” explains Steve Weiss, Director. Community building is a hot topic in all industries and the same goes for independent film. These new channels of distribution can both help and hinder filmmakers that jump on the band wagon. Find out what paths the fellas think can work best. For More Info: http://filmfellas.tv

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          • Daxko Accounting Demo


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            Daxko Accounting. Works the Way You Do. Daxko Accounting, the newest addition to Daxko's On-Demand Suite of products, is a web-based, fund accounting solution created specifically for non-profits. What makes Daxko Accounting so exciting is how easy it is to drill down to data, customize reports, view audit trails, and complete tasks quickly and accurately. For more information contact a Daxko Account Representative at 877.729.4786.

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            • Vlog - Newness, Goodbye, and Calories


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              It's a couple of days late, but this is my first HD Vlog so we'll see how it goes from here. This is a short update about my Vlog, saying goodbye to another friend, and watching what I eat. Links: press75.com steveisaacs.tv Music by Eric Avery - Belly of an Insect

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              • FilmFellas Cast 3- Webisode 11- The Wild West


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                “The Wild West” In Webisode 11 the fellas continue to flesh out their collective ideas for monetizing video content on the web. Each fella has a different view of where this content is appropriate and how it should be used. “You have to get people to finally accept online video as a true medium for people to take is seriously,” argues Mike Michaud. The idea that the web is still considered “The Wild West”, where anyone can essentially upload any content, forces some of the fellas to believe that major brand websites will seek Hollywood credentials. Most of the fellas agree, however, that creating content that can compete with television is the next big step in web video. Discussion gravitates back to the monetization factor and the debate continues. Find out your own take on these new concepts! For More Info: http://filmfellas.tv

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                • Good Deeds: Build Jake's Place


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                  The Nasto and Cummings families want to make sure that children of all abilities have a place to play, grow, learn and interact. Their vision is the creation of a network of boundless playgrounds in memory of their "Baby Jake." Currently appearing on Comcast On Demand.

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                  • WebSync: Comet for IIS


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                    WebSync connects your users by delivering the power of real-time messaging to your website and Internet-enabled applications. For more information, visit http://www.frozenmountain.com/

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                    • Napsters rebirth goes for broke


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                      Consumer electronics retailing giant Best Buy recently acquired the brand name to Napster, the first mainstream P2P music sharing client. Now, Napster's service is getting a makeover from a DRM-laden $13/month service to a $5/month service, which includes five MP3 tracks, and unlimited on-demand streaming of seven million tracks from Napster's catalog. Is this rebirth enough for people to sit up and take note? We talk to John Falcone from CNET, and Rob Enderle from the Enderle Group, a consumer electronics research and consulting group. John thinks the service is nice, but when you compare it to the likes of Last.FM and Pandora, it might be $5 too expensive for the average consumer. Rob's not too optomistic either, as he's not sure consumers are going to want to be limited by their on-the-go access. I'm still reserving judgement for the whole thing. It doesn't seem too far fetched to spend $5 a month on music, so if Napster can provide an excellent music discovery experience and couple that with an iPhone app, or other proper ecosystem methods for accessing music anywhere, I might give it a shot. If not, there's always Pandora and Last.FM.

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