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Archive for May 10th, 2010

$9.99 Video editing app for iPhone 3GS http://bit.ly/choXm9 Only for video shot on the phone but for newsgathering or mobile video blogging, it would be perfect.

Features:

  • Use the onboard camera from within the App, or import h.264 video or pictures already saved in the Camera Roll.
  • Edit with VeriCorder’s unique, multitrack, patent-pending editor.
  • Send smaller files ( < 10MB ) by email, or share larger files with your computer over a WiFi networks.
  • Export completed video projects into the Camera Roll, for simple posting on YouTube or MobileMe accounts.
  • Software includes a multitrack audio editing suite, with advanced features, including volume curves, sound mixing, gain control and more.

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Google Lawyer Says ACTA Is ‘Cultural Imperialism’

Google Lawyer Says ACTA Is ‘Cultural Imperialism’ http://bit.ly/alKDzV

And, indeed, it is a form of cultural imperialism, in that it seeks to export certain aspects of US copyright law around the globe… while critically leaving out the consumer protections and necessary exceptions. I wonder if the USTR, who is negotiating the agreement on behalf of the US will put up Keller’s words on their website next to the entertainment industry letters in support of ACTA that it’s put on the USTR website? Or, does the USTR only listen to Hollywood on this particular topic?

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