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Google Chrome has recently unveiled a recent project of their own, called “Johnny Cash Project”.
What is it all about? The search giant has asked Johnny Cash fans from all over the world to come together and create a memorial music video for his last recording.
The final result is amazing and can be viewed in the following page.
Google Chrome: Frank Restaurant
The success of a young couple's restaurant in Austin, TX is fueled by the web (and some delicious hot dogs). Online reviews and buzz about their delicious artisan sausages spread quickly, and Frank Restaurant is now a destination for both locals and visiting food lovers. After their success in Austin, Jenn and Daniel are opening a second Frank location in Nacogdoches, TX. If you're ever in the area, be sure to say stop in and check out the Frank Flapjacket, or visit them online at www.hotdogscoldbeer.com.
Google Chrome: The Johnny Cash Project
Johnny Cash fans from around the world use the web to join together and create a music video memorializing his last recording. Each fan illustrates their own frame of the video. As people all over the world contribute, the project continues to evolve and grow, one frame at a time. Watch, and then get an exclusive Johnny Cash theme for Chrome here: goo.gl For the complete work please visit www.TheJohnnyCashProject.com. Created by Chris Milk, Aaron Koblin and Rick Rubin.
A teenager from London uses the web to turn his hobby into a media empire. This film tracks the rise of Jamal Edwards and the emergence of SB.TV as one of the UK's leading youth broadcasters. From filming his friends in car parks to interviewing some of the world's biggest stars, we see how Jamal used the web to achieve his dreams. Music by: Wretch 32 Song: "Traktor" Download Chrome: google.com/chrome
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When Apple’s MobileMe service goes away in June 2012, what happens to the stuff I have stored on iDisk? Will Apple still store my material someplace else remotely on one of its servers that I can access via my laptop? Will I still have some sort of .Mac mail system that I can access when on the road and using a computer other than my own?
Apple says it won’t continue to have the equivalent of the iDisk online storage system, accessible directly from the cloud, after MobileMe gives way to its new iCloud service. It advises iDisk users to copy their online files to their Macs or PCs before next June. However, it says the new service will still support mac.com and me.com email accounts, and they will still be accessible via the Web. It promises details later, but has in the meantime published a document answering common questions about the transition at apple.com/mobileme/transition.html.
Is there a good program that will allow me to capture a Web video, especially a YouTube video, and convert it into an MP4 format file so I can play it on my Android-based Iconia tablet while offline on an airplane?
You might get dizzy staring too deeply into the Evo 3D, but Sprint Nextel Corp.’s newest flagship phone is worth risking a little motion sickness.
The Evo 3D, the first smartphone in the U.S. that can shoot and display 3-D pictures and videos, is the latest unconventional device from Sprint. The wireless provider has embraced its underdog role and introduced a number of unique products over the past few years in an effort to expand its portfolio and lure customers away from its much larger rivals.
The Evo 3D stands out largely because of its 3-D screen, but it’s a solid phone without the gimmick.
Some have paid off, including last year’s smash hit Evo 4G, which was the first phone able to connect to a speedier next-generation wireless network. Others, such as Kyocera Corp.’s dual-screen Echo, fizzled. If consumers enjoy the Evo 3D as much as I have over the past few days, the phone, which is due out June 24, should follow its namesake predecessor’s blockbuster success. The Evo 3D, which is made by HTC Corp., will be $199.99 with a two-year contract.
Watching movies and TV shows on an iPad is a pleasure. Deciding what to watch, and then figuring out which iPad app offers which film or show at that moment, isn’t.