--- In videoblogging@yahoogroups.com, "Andreas Haugstrup Pedersen"
> On Fri, 04 Nov 2005 05:33:26 +0100, andrew michael baron  
> <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > I feel like he asked more in depth questions than most people. In
> > reading back over it, I really like what was discussed in this one.
> > While I doubt anyone would agree with everything (or anything) I was
> > saying, I wonder what your answer would be to this question C.K.
> > asked: "If you were Apple and your business model shifted where you
> > really wanted to invest in promoting the video blogging community,
> > how would you go about doing so?"
> I agree with most of what you were saying, but that might a talk for a  
> different day. :o)
> If Apple wanted to promote video blogging (and not IPTV, video
podcasts or  
> what have you) they should invest in making production easier. Wiring  
> iMovie for publishing to weblogs like Jay mentions. Making sure it's  
> easier to use footage from any kind of digital camera (don't know if
> already have this) and so on. And of course providing more intuitive
> for adding stuff like simple links in movies. ;o)
> - Andreas
> -- 
> <URL:http://www.solitude.dk/>
> Commentary on media, communication, culture and technology.

If the capability doesn't yet exist, they should make links be able to
call JavaScript functions so that a DHTML <div> object can display the
link on the same page.  It should have AJAX capability.  The link
should not disrupt the viewing of the current page.

  -- Enric

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