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5by5 News: New Features of the 5by5 Website

5by5studios:

The new year brings a lot of new things. Not only will 5by5 have new shows, but we also added new features to the website as well.

Upcoming Episodes

On the home page, you will find “Upcoming Episodes” underneath the “Broadcasts” section. There you will find a list of the upcoming episodes for…

On my way back to the States…

istillshootfilm:

I’m so excited for my first real Halloween in almost 8 years!!

7 YouTube Alternatives and Why They Make Sense - Mashable.com

vimeobuzz:

What it is: Vimeo is the artsy cousin of YouTube. Home to many creative-types, Vimeo users usually aim for high-quality content over fails or cat clips.

Features: It comes with the standard suite, plus the ability to create and share videos to groups or channels. There’s also a video school to help you make better videos. A pro account will let you bump up your weekly upload capacity from 500 MB to 5 GB with unlimited HD uploads.

Why Vimeo?: It’s a solid platform if you feel more serious about video as creative outlet or are just looking for a more constructive community (i.e. less trolls, more feedback).


minimalistco:

Elijah Wood by Ben Watts

minimalistco:

Elijah Wood by Ben Watts

Episode 0.6.2 - IronJS with Fredrik Holmström

thechangelog:

Wynn caught up with Fredrik Holmström to talk about IronJS, F#, and open source in .NET.

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thedailyfeed:

This giant 8-foot-tall Lego man mysteriously washed up on the beach in Siesta Key Village, Fla., yesterday, and apparently he wants to learn the ways of “our world.”

On the chest of the larger-than-life toy are the enigmatic words: “No real than you are.” According to his Dutch website, the Lego man is named “Ego Leonard,” he is from the “virtual world” and is “curious about your way of life.”

Similar Lego men also washed up on the shores of Holland in 2007 and England in 2008.

thedailyfeed:

This giant 8-foot-tall Lego man mysteriously washed up on the beach in Siesta Key Village, Fla., yesterday, and apparently he wants to learn the ways of “our world.”

On the chest of the larger-than-life toy are the enigmatic words: “No real than you are.” According to his Dutch website, the Lego man is named “Ego Leonard,” he is from the “virtual world” and is “curious about your way of life.”

Similar Lego men also washed up on the shores of Holland in 2007 and England in 2008.

decodering:

Transition Timing Functions
This article follows on from the related article on Animation using CSS Transforms and  investigates the transition-duration and  transition-timing-function properties which control,  respectively, the duration and speed at which a transition is carried  out.

decodering:

Transition Timing Functions

This article follows on from the related article on Animation using CSS Transforms and investigates the transition-duration and transition-timing-function properties which control, respectively, the duration and speed at which a transition is carried out.
elletricity:

Title: Terminological Inexactitude. Click on the image to view a live preview/install.

elletricity:

Title: Terminological Inexactitude. Click on the image to view a live preview/install.

ARL Policy Notes: About those orphans

arlpolicynotes:

In the days since they filed a wide-ranging lawsuit against research libraries over their collaboration with Google and the nascent Orphan Works Project, the Authors Guild has dropped several clever blog posts walking through the orphan candidates list to see if they can find rights holders….

osCommerce and the BSD License

oscommerce:

Published by Mark Evans

There have been a number of comments made about the license change of osCommerce 3.x to the BSD. This post aims to dispel some of the confusion around the change and will hopefully be the primer for a proper FAQ on www.oscommerce.com when I have some time. If there are any questions you have…

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