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Comment: Killed? It isnt dead (Score 1) 257

by Arrawa (#35832218) Attached to: Who Killed Spotify?
And I suspect they will not be for a long time. They run a good service and if they what to get rid of a couple of freeloaders, thats their prerogative. They managed to survive on small markets, so there's quite some opportunity. For me, I stopped buying cd's, I stopped searching for music for ages (the top iof the chart is easy to find, but Spotify has all the less well known albums too), so Spotify saves me a lot of money and a lot of time.

Comment: Re:And Yet, No Ogg Theora in IE (Score 2) 535

by Arrawa (#35083580) Attached to: Microsoft Makes Chrome Play H.264 Video
The video content will grow quite rapidly, now that several big archives are donating stuff for use in Wikipedia (like he German Bundesarchiv and the Dutch Nationaal Archief). For now, primararly thousands and thousands of photo's, but it is strange to think that video's will follow soon? Also media outlets like Al Jazeera are distributing material with a cc-license. (cc.aljazeera.net). Wikipedia will be a big player with the video-content soon enough.

Comment: Re:Oh God (Score 1) 249

by Arrawa (#30327982) Attached to: <em>Gran Turismo</em> Gamer Becomes Pro Race Driver
Well, you might want to look around then, there a plenty of examples where soldiers do train within a virtual environment. For example, here in the Netherlands the Dutch TNO institution has rebuild an entire virtual village in Afganistan used by soldiers to train team skills. http://www.tno.nl/images/shared/overtno/magazine/tno_mag_3_apr_2009_06_09.pdf

Comment: Re:Twitter etc... (Score 1) 147

by Arrawa (#29412607) Attached to: Darwin's Voyage Done Over, Live
It is not obscure! You have to get in mind that the VPRO is one of the large Dutch public broadcasters with lots of airtime on tv and radio. The co-host, VRT is the Belgium public broadcaster. They have a beagle site at http://multiblog.vrt.be/canvasprogrammas/beagle-kaart/ Many public broadcasters here in the Netherlands, endorse the idea of 'Don't care where and how you watch or listen to us, if you are listening to us'. In that adagium, Youtube, facebook, twitter fit very well.

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