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VIDEO ESSAY: Rough and Ready: The Return of the Microcinema

VIDEO ESSAY: Rough and Ready: The Return of the Microcinema | DSLR video and Photography | Scoop.it
In a time of technological haste and overt content consumption, the microcinema offers up an old-school rhetoric that invites moviegoers to look back on films that challenged norms, to look forward to the new works that are breaking the traditional narrative structure, and to open up an offline, in-person dialogue with their fellow cinephiles.
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How technology offers a new viewing opportunities for films and cinema on a microscale.

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RSS app Reeder goes free on Mac and iPad (for now)

RSS app Reeder goes free on Mac and iPad (for now) | DSLR video and Photography | Scoop.it
iOS RSS app Reeder is going free on Mac and iPad while it gets some updates. The app will live on after Google Reader dies, creator Silvio Rizzi says.
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Worth having a look at if you need your daily RSS feed fix

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Amazon's New Mobile Ad Network Is A Huge Threat To Google

Amazon's New Mobile Ad Network Is A Huge Threat To Google | DSLR video and Photography | Scoop.it
Using Google against itself.
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Amazon launched a new mobile ad network this week, which will allow advertisers to run ads on mobile apps downloaded from Amazon's app store, The ads will also run on any Android device that has downloaded apps from Amazon.

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YouTube set to launch Spotify rival as music-streaming gets crowded

YouTube set to launch Spotify rival as music-streaming gets crowded | DSLR video and Photography | Scoop.it
More people are streaming music online — leading to more companies vying to be their providers. It looks like YouTube is finally set to enter the market, which could be good news for musicians and studios that crave higher royalties.
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YouTube, which has been quietly talking to music studios for months, is poised to launch a streaming service this year according to Fortune. The report says the service will mimic Spotify by offering listeners a choice between an ad-supported model and a paid subscription version.

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YouTube's quiet evolution into the heart of Google

YouTube's quiet evolution into the heart of Google | DSLR video and Photography | Scoop.it
YouTube got a lot of play during this week’s Google earnings call, in part because the site is starting to move the needle for Google.
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“Video is now baked into all of our products,” 

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Google spent a billion on infrastructure last quarter

Google spent a billion on infrastructure last quarter | DSLR video and Photography | Scoop.it
Google spent more than a billion dollars on infrastructure in the fourth quarter, representing the company’s second-biggest quarterly expenditure ever.
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As it competes against Facebook, Apple, Yelp and Amazon, the company can’t afford to stop building data centers now.

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Facebook and Google dominate 76% of social logins, according to Janrain study

Facebook and Google dominate 76% of social logins, according to Janrain study | DSLR video and Photography | Scoop.it

Logging in through the likes of Facebook, Twitter and Google may be the easiest way to connect to 3rd party sites across the Web. 

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Google now lets you create your own Street View maps using Photo Sphere or your dSLR camera

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DIY Google Street views maps with your own DSLR camera or photo sphere should yield some interesting results in search.

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Google slashes Nik plug-in suite pricing, making amends for Snapseed Desktop demise - Imaging Resource

Google slashes Nik plug-in suite pricing, making amends for Snapseed Desktop demise - Imaging Resource | DSLR video and Photography | Scoop.it

A couple of weeks ago, search giant Google took flak for discontinuing Snapseed Desktop, an unusual and much-lauded photo app from recent acquisition Nik Software.

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Snapseed and its desktop cousin might be cool and unusually intuitive, but Nik's bread and butter has long been its excellent imaging plug-ins, extending the functionality of third-party apps like Apple's Aperture, as well as Adobe's Photoshop, Photoshop Elements and Photoshop Lightroom.

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Google’s Biz Chief: 50 Percent of Ads Will Go Online in the Next Five Years

Google’s Biz Chief: 50 Percent of Ads Will Go Online in the Next Five Years | DSLR video and Photography | Scoop.it
A big bet on the future of Web advertising over the next half-decade, from the man in charge of Google's monetization efforts.
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Ads are part of the very fabric of our society, and have been for years. But ad execs want to stick with what works: It’s why the bulk of today’s industry ad budgets are still pointed at traditional mediums like television, print and the like.

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Samsung gains tablet market share

Samsung gains tablet market share | DSLR video and Photography | Scoop.it
Samsung doubles its share of the tablet PC market in the last three months of 2012 as Apple's lead narrows, according to research firm IDC.
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Global shipments of tablet PCs surged 75% in the final quarter of 2012 to a record 52.5 million units.

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Google releases new government surveillance data, Facebook stays mum

Google releases new government surveillance data, Facebook stays mum | DSLR video and Photography | Scoop.it
Google published its latest report about how often governments are asking for data about individuals. The growth of this type of surveillance means that Facebook should consider publishing a report of its own.
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Google issued a new update to its semi-annual Transparency Report this morning that, once again, revealed the number of government requests for user data to be on the rise. 

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Brazil overtakes India to become the second biggest country on Facebook

Brazil overtakes India to become the second biggest country on Facebook | DSLR video and Photography | Scoop.it

Brazil has overtaken India as the second biggest country on Facebook, SocialBakers reports. According to the social media analytics firm, the country now has over 46m Facebook users.

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150+ Content Marketing & Social Media Predictions for 2012 | Content Marketing Institute

150+ Content Marketing & Social Media Predictions for 2012 | Content Marketing Institute | DSLR video and Photography | Scoop.it
Over 150 predictions from the Content Marketing Institute on what will hold true for social media and content marketing in 2012.
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