Help to fund upgrade to the Periscope app
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Help to fund upgrade to the Periscope app


Originally posted on CTRL-V:
♦ Go to crowdfunding website. FROM TO Periscope, the video-streaming app on iOS and Android devices, is undoubtedly the success of the century – but it has some serious failings, which we plan to address. The figures speak for themselves. Four months after it launched on March 26, 2015, on August…

My first 2 Pscopes
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My first 2 Pscopes


These are first Pscopes, which I began to place on Twitter on Monday morning, Sept 7. Scopes are automatically deleted after 24 hours so I’m archiving them on Youtube and embedding them here. Hopefully, I’ve automated this process, and I’ll be showing you how to do it. I’ll also be evaluating a WordPress plugin called … Continue reading

My first Periscope post: a new Richard Hannay adventure
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My first Periscope post: a new Richard Hannay adventure


I’ve been experimenting with Periscope video streaming – go to periscope.tv for more info. What I’m calling peescopes (Periscope tweets) can be viewed live or any time in the next 24 hours, after which they are deleted. With any luck, the following should be viewable until 5pm-ish on September 8: ♦ A new Richard Hannay adventure. Continue reading

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Movietime preview – the edited version


This was meant to be a 3-person preview of the June 12 Movietime show but technical problems prevented my co-presenters from logging in. Hangups on Air strikes again! Hopefully – insh’Allah, God willing – Google/Youtube will have got the bugs out in time for the scheduled show on bcbradio.co.uk Thursday. There MAY also be another … Continue reading

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HangUPs on Air – hail and farewell


Well all right. You win. OK. I’m beginning to hate you – Hangouts on Air. In fact, I’m beginning to call you HangUPs on Air. Yes yes, I know I posted the pro’s and con’s of HOA, attempting to prove conclusively that they were going to be the next big thing. And it was all true. … Continue reading