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"Reuters Bangkok senior photographer Adrees Latif tells how he took the pictures which won him a Pulitzer Prize. The pictures were taken in Myanmar during the protests in September last year and include the photo of Japanese video journalist Kenji Nagai being shot." ...
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Thursday, April 3, 2008
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Watch This Video! About "If you’re looking for a way to reinforce your service culture to customers, employees or prospects then this is the perfect gift. The cornerstone of the book is an unforgettable truth that will leave you breathless. Then, Ken Blanchard provides ten simple truths of customer service in the form of short stories."
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Friday, February 29, 2008
from My Opera Community - By EspenAO
Opera has been selected as a finalist in the 2008 Webware 100 Awards by the editors of CNET Webware.com. The Webware 100 winners will be chosen by users. Voting opened on Monday, February 25 at noon (Pacific time). Until March 31 you can vote for Opera, so tell your family and friends!
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Thursday, February 7, 2008
Adobe Media Player enables content providers and media publishers to create custom skins for their playback screens, offering deeper branding correlations and the opportunity to monetize through advertising. Publishers can also orchestrate the playback of their content and advertising using publisher playlists — and when they use Adobe Media Player in conjunction with Adobe Flash Media Server 3, they can enjoy greater levels of content delivery, protection, and integrity.
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Wednesday, February 6, 2008
By David F. Gallagher (New York Times)
The hard-core users of Flickr, the photo-sharing Web site owned by Yahoo, have this to say about a potential Microsoft takeover: “Oh no, not again!”
When Yahoo bought Flickr in 2005, it was one of the most promising of the so-called Web 2.0 start-ups. While online communities are notoriously susceptible to tempests in teapots, the Flickr crowd has always been an especially prickly bunch, lashing out at any whiff of censorship or corporate heavy-handedness. Something as minor as switching longtime Flickr users over to Yahoo’s log-in system prompted protests from people who resisted being sucked into the evil Yahoo machine.