It’s been a while, we know, but nonetheless, here are some interesting video-casts from the Scoble Show:
Sean Tierney, co-founder and COO of JumpBox, shows how to create a complex database server within seconds by using JumpBox.
NewsGator owns many of the most popular news readers around and synchronizes them. But now NewsGator is [...]
Wanting to write a nice long post regarding typography and logo design, but finding ourselves incredibly short on available time, we decided to settle for showing you 2 interesting & powerful typographic-based video presentations:
Inspired by Pulp Fiction:
Royksopp’s Remind Me
Here is a round-up of the most interesting VideoCasts from the Scoble Show:
This could perhaps the most important video cast ever produced, especially for Chee, as this tries once again to introduce the awe and wonder now know as Adobe AIR.
Alex Iskold, founder and CEO, and Andy Roth, chief quality officer of AdaptiveBlue, talk [...]
We had already mentioned (without knowing it at the time) CommonCraft Show in an earlier video that they released on YouTube that gave a really good solid and simple explanation of what RSS was all about. Since then, we have had the time to check-out their blog and read-up on their further musings, which we [...]
Until the Scoble Show is a twenty-four hour TV channel as it rightly should, you will have to settle for nuggets such as his most recent VideoCast, which introduces a new computer language that allows you to create desktop and web-enabled applications by writing plain English.
It does not use Syntax and sounds almost too good [...]
We have been hammering Randy regarding ThinkFree for several months, so now that the Scoble Show had met-up with Jonathan Crow, director of marketing and released two VideoCasts regarding the platform and the future of Enterprise 2.0:
Another fine set of VideoCasts from the Scoble Show introduce Apatar, an Open Source application for integrating data across different applications and platforms on an enterprise level through Java, thus elimiating the need to learn about APIs: