Usually to search something in the web people use some keywords. Google provides an efficient way to make a search not only text documents but in the PDF, MS Word etc which are not readable without special applications. Now it’s time to search a video by words which occur there. Unfortunately, Google cannot help you but Blinkx can. Blinkx is the world’s largest and most advanced video search engine:
Unlike other multimedia search engines that attempt to re-purpose technology built for the Text Web, blinkx uses a unique combination of patented conceptual search, speech recognition and video analysis software to efficiently, automatically and accurately find and qualify online video. Today, blinkx is the world’s largest single index of rich media content on the Web, delivering more content from a broader range of sources than either Google or Yahoo!
If you ask yourself that question every time at the end of month you need Expensr. Expensr is moder, free Web 2.0 service which gives you a simple way to keep a home bookkeeping. Debit, credit, charts and analysis help you save your money and know where they exactly go. You can make your data as a private or share and compare them with other Expensr members. With Expensr your family exchequer is under control!
Sometimes low bandwidth Internet connection hampers to enjoy videos from YouTube. vConvert.net offers a simple way not only download video from YuoTube but convert it into appropriate format: .wmv, .mov, .mp4, .3gp, .mp3, and .flv to allows watch it later on your PC, PSP, iPod or mobile phone.
You may be interested to know about another ways to download YouTube Videos.
If you’re working in web you need to have something similar to office desk. It may help your potential customers to gain some insight about you and your business before they start talk with you. One possible place to organize your working place online is Facebook. Sure it can be used just for fun as many others social services. But those 12 tips will help you use Facebook professionally. My favorite is “Limit time wasted on Facebook”. IMHO, it’s very important. “Facebook is a black hole. In order to get the most of Facebook, you have to be on the platform.” Sure, you may spend whole day paling with applications, but you have to work! Don’t forget it. Facebook should work for you but it shouldn’t be opposite 🙂
[via Web Worker Daily]
Yesterday Movavi launched Movavi Online – a web-based service that enables users to convert video from one format to another for sharing, podcasting, cellphones, iPods, and more. The service is free but with some limits such no DVD ripping, no merging many video files to one, no possibility to improve uploaded video by apply special filters and tools. But you may get those features and more just setup paid account.
The service supports a range of popular video formats, including AVI, MP4, MPEG 2 (PAL and NTSC), MPEG 4, iPod at 320×240, iPod 5G at 640×480, PSP, 3gp and 3gp2 for cellphones, MOV for podcasting, and FLV Flash video.
From companion sites Movavi also offers at no charge six different widgets with which bloggers, designers, developers, individuals and companies may embed a line of code in order to offer video conversion services from their own Web sites, blogs and social networking pages.
Recently I spend some time to find video converter to convert my video from one format to another. Finally I found some shareware tool for Windows but it was not perfect. Let’s image you’re Mac OS or Linux user (I don’t speak about MPlayer :)). So, era online services and tools is coming quickly!
Twitter is extremely interesting thing in the web world. It can be used both for fun and for serious tasks such home automation. Today I discovered another its application – mosaics. On Twitter Mosaic you may find cool stuff created from Twitter users icons. So, if you use Twitter you can add Twitter Mosaic as a friend and your icon will be presented on the future canvases 🙂
Scribd, a site for sharing documents, is coming out of private beta this week:
Scribd is most easily described as a text version of YouTube. It is a social network that lets you tag, share, and comment on uploaded documents (.doc, .pdf, .txt, .ppt, .xls, .ps, .lit).
Documents can be displayed and embedded as HTML or the under-utilized, and faster-than-a-PDF, Flash paper format. They can be downloaded as .pdf’s, .docs, .txt, and even .mp3 files. The MP3 version is created by Scribd’s text-to-speech package (powered by Nuance) that lets you listen to the text of your document in a quivering British accent
Google Docs are very cool and useful service. You can create, modify, share, public, export, import etc your text documents or spreadsheets. Moreover, those documents are compatible with MS Office and Open Office. Now Google added another useful feature – create a new text document (spreadsheet is coming soon) via email. Go to upload page and copy a secret email address. When you send email to this address the text of the message or its attachment (Word, HTML and RTF supported) gets uploaded to Google Docs, with the email subject line as the title.