During the second BlogWalk last May I discussed how to search audio and video sources much like we now Google text sources for specific content with Siegfried Hirsch.
At BlogTalk the expected surge in use of video and audio in on-line communication was one of the topics discussed.
Now Jon Udell starts a series of columns, around the use of AV-media on-line:
O’Reilly Network: Prime-Time Hypermedia
His first column talks about searching in audio files by using phonemes as a basis. He also laments the fact that most AV-content is very hard to link to directly, with which I wholeheartedly agree. He also points out that HTTP is already well suited to jump around in large AV-files, it’s just that we don’t use it much in that way.
Will be interesting to follow.

3 reactions on “Audio and Video Blogging

  1. “Some things haven’t changed…” (Audioblogging)

    “…and it’s still incredibly difficult to think of anything to say…” Suw Charman audiobloggt und will das eine Woche lang durchhalten. Ein interessantes Experiment. Schwierigkeiten, die es mit Audioblogging gibt:…

  2. “Some things haven’t changed…” (Audioblogging)

    “…and it’s still incredibly difficult to think of anything to say…” Suw Charman audiobloggt und will das eine Woche lang durchhalten. Ein interessantes Experiment. Schwierigkeiten, die es mit Audioblogging gibt:…

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