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Links 1 through 10 of 10 by Jon Udell tagged screencast+jonudell+restored

Today's screencast is a follow-on to last week's column and blog entry about how corporations are colonizing Second Life, and about what the real advantages of 3D simulation might or might not be. Inthat

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Today's 8-minute screencast (Flash 8, earlier Flash player) is a meditation on Live Clipboard, the hCalendar microformat, Upcoming and Eventful.I've been experimenting with microformats since before t

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Stephanie Johnson is a librarian who constantly uses her LibraryLookup bookmarklet. When her computer was upgraded recently, she could no longer use or add bookmarklets, and she wrote to ask why. It t

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Today's screencast is really more of a movie with screencasting elements. The subject is Keene's annual pumpkin festival, which earned the town a Guiness world record for most lit Jack O'Lanterns.The

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Recently I wished out loud for an automated way to animate revision histories in Wikipedia. Andy Baio liked the idea and sponsored a contest for a script that would do that. There have been several en

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Today's four-minute screencast is about content, services, AutoLink, LibraryLookup, Greasemonkey, Google Maps, and OpenSearch.It ends with a picture of two sleeping dogs which, I hope, will make sense

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You had to know this was coming. Today's five-minute screencast is a whirlwind tour of del.icio.us from my own perspective as a power user. Beyond illustrating the mechanics, I argue that social taggi

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What if the blogs we read didn't just scroll past us in our RSS inboxes? What if we could consult the wisdom of our networks of bloggers on demand, in realtime, relative to topics of current interest?

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Today's screencast traces the evolution of Wikipedia's Heavy metal umlaut page. I noticed it when both Tim Bray and David Weinberger pointed to it, but the page actually dates back to April 15, 2003.

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Today's screencast is a 90-second short showing how I use Linky, one of my favorite Firefox extensions. As the movie explains, Linky is a power tool that opens a set of links found on a web page into

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