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VR180

Frank Rodriguez: VR180 video focuses on what’s in front of you, are high resolution, and look great on desktop and on mobile. I think this looks like an excellent format. As I’ve mentioned in the past, 360 video is very difficult to follow if there is a narrative. While 360 might be good to virtually […]

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The Daily 360

The New York Times describes The Daily 360: Times journalists around the world bring you a new 360 video every day. I’ve watched a few of these and they are pretty cool. I found this via Dan Kimbrough who adds: The New York Times is doing a lot of cool things with 360 storytelling. 360 […]

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Clips

Apple: Introducing Clips. A new iOS app for making and sharing fun videos with text, effects, graphics, and more. I’ve been looking for an app like this for a long time. The Verge describes how I think I’ll use this app. My best guess is because the default camera app is still something that’s supposed to […]

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Dan Kimbrough touches on several trends he thinks will continue in 2017 such as this bit on AR/VR: 2017 will see AR & VR make great strides to becoming how we experience and interact with the world around us. I agree we’ll see great strides in this area. I’m especially bullish on AR. But I […]

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On Sunday Danny and I discussed learning Windows 10 keyboard shortcuts, a bit about video streaming services and the value they bring, and also a bit about Nintendo. Here are some links from this episode. Video Windows 10 keyboard shortcuts another Windows 10 keyboard shortcut video http://plain-colin-backup.s3.amazonaws.com/cdevroe.com/audio/e14.mp3 Download MP3

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YouTube user TechisGeek has a video showing how to put Apple EarPods back in the case. You’ll only need to watch the first 45 seconds before you say “I got it.” I struggled with this all weekend. Not anymore.

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