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In case Vertov wasn’t cool enough, Ryan Eby just told me (via twitter, my other new favorite toy) about Kaltura, “the first open source video platform.” It’s a neat service that allows you to upload video, edit it online, and publish it. You can even edit and re-publish content that other folks have uploaded. Everything [...]
So you know Zotero is my new favorite toy, right? Through Jeremy Boggs I just heard about Vertov, a zotero plug-in that lets you annotate movies. It seems a bit like the Annotator’s Workbench video annotation software being developed at EVIADA at the University of Indiana, but it’s available for download now and works with [...]