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    DrupalEasy

    DrupalEasy

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    DrupalEasy is a web series that offers tutorials and instructions for Drupal, a content management platform. For business owners, students or any person who needs an easier way to manage online content, DrupalEasy takes the guesswork and confusion out of using the open source platform. The episodes are designed to be friendly for either beginners or those who have previous experience using Drupal. Used as a supplemental material, the web series offers extra functionality for Drupal-powered sites.moreless
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    Game Trailers

    Game Trailers

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    Gamespot
    Gamespot presents all of the latest trailers for upcoming video games!
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    FORA Technology

    FORA Technology

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    Fora TV
    FORA Technology is a web channel from Fora.tv that delves into the ever expanding world of technology to provide internet viewers with entertaining, informative, and engaging pod casts about the latest and greatest in technology. Even for those who love and understand technology, it is hard to stay on top of all the trends in the ever changing world of technology. After all, one buys a top-of-the-range computer today and next week it is as outdated as the dinosaurs! Is the social data revolution more efficient than the KGB? What does Commonwealth Club’s Richard Dreyfuss mean when he says that technology has “killed time?” What exactly is Comstock’s renowned “process of innovation?” FORA Technology provides the answers to these questions, and many more, in an easily accessible internet video format that can easily be enjoyed from the comforts of one’s own home, with just a simple click on a mouse pad.moreless
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    Videogame Trailers

    Videogame Trailers

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    G4
    Videogame Trailers is the collection of video game previews from G4. G4 is the technology and video game television channel which was launched in 2002. Providing programming for tech fans, from digital art to digital sports, gadgets, web culture, video games and more, G4 is the place to be for the tech-savvy. In their Videogame Trailers channel, you can see over a thousand clips of awesome video games. Covering games on all systems including Xbox360, Playstation, PC and Mac and more, you are sure to find some awesome games for the system you have. See behind-the-scenes looks at games like Portal 2, Duke Nukem Forever, and Disney's Epic Mickey. Drool over high-octane trailers for games like WWE All Stars, Madden NFL 12, Thor: God of Thunder and more. See actual gameplay from games like Fallout: New Vegas, LEGO Star Wars III, Red Dead Redemption and countless others in the demos section. Get a look at the latest and greatest video games, from all genres and all systems, in G4's Videogame Trailers.cmoreless
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    Street Fighter: The Later Years

    Street Fighter: The Later Years

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    CollegeHumor
    Street Fighter: The Later Years is a 2006 parody web series produced by College Humor using the characters from the popular Capcom video game series. It features the once legendary street fighters of the past, now beyond their prime, and forced to use what little remains of their talents and powers to scratch out a pathetic living. A chance meeting between Dhalsim (Sean T. Krishnan) and Zangief (Mike Fass) leads them to organize a new fighting tournament with the help of the now wheelchair-bound M. Bison (Luis De Amechazurra). As they gather all of their old friends, sinister forces led by the once protagonist of the series Ryu (Kevin Yamada) threaten to dash their dreams forever. A total of nine episodes were created, each with a runtime of about five to ten minutes. Any fan of Street Fighter or short comedic web series will find something to like about Street Fighter: The Later Years.moreless
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    MOJO's The Circuit

    MOJO's The Circuit

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    Mojo
    What is MOJO's The Circuit? It's your gateway to the latest tech news, it's your proverbial bus ride through the tunnel of gadgetry, it's your hilarious and informative lunch break. From the craziest hand-held devices, to solutions that are of questionable market value, in the field with correspondents including tech expert Emery Wells (Macbreak) and in studio with host D:Pak, MOJO's The Circuit gives its unconventional perspective on the most obscure and the most obvious gadgets and tech-related developments.Hosted by Deepak Ananthapadmanabha - you can just call him by his given name Deepak Colundalur Ananthapadmanabha - MOJO's The Circuit invites a generation of now-gloating high school misfits to take an informative, yet satirical look at the world that is their oyster.moreless
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    The GigaOm Show

    The GigaOm Show

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    Revision3
    The GigaOm Show is a weekly series about the business of technology from Revision3, a leading special interest video network. Hosted by Om Malik and Joyce Kim, the show gives viewers an inside analysis of technology and business. Joyce Kim is an attorney and CEO of SOOMPI.com, an Asian entertainment and social media website. Om Malik is an award-winning journalist and founder of Giga Omni Media. Together they investigate trends in technology, examine emerging technologies and follow breaking news stories in the ever-changing world of innovation. They report the news you need to know to make informed choices. Several of the shows are interviews with leading entrepreneurs like Craigslist creator Craig Newmark and Wikipedia's Jimmy Wales. They talk to Google's Marissa Mayer and introduce viewers to John Lilly, CEO of Mozilla. Discussions include subjects like the future of HP, technology trends for the year, clean tech investments and Pandora's internet radio. Like all good journalists, they sniff out the hot stories and find the facts behind the rumors, such as the alleged sale of Technorati and what the outlook is for technology in the oil industry. The GigaOm Show delivers news and analysis of everything technological.moreless
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    Jace Hall

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    The Jace Hall show is a video game show that began airing on June 5, 2008. Jace Hall is the show's creator and host. He wanted to create a show that shows how video games and Hollywood are connected. Corey Craig, Marti Resteghini and Gary Graham co-star. Jace goes behind the scenes of video game productions to talk with the game's creators and developers. Viewers are treated to special interviews with the developers, as they reveal sneak peaks to upcoming video games. When he is not going behind the scenes of productions, Jace talks with celebrities about what their favorite video games are. Some of the guest celebrities featured on The Jace Hall Show include: Christina Millian, Tom Green, Alex Pardee, Morris Chestnut, Randy Jackson, Audrina Partridge, Wilmer Valderrama and Ice-T. Viewers of The Jace Hall Show give the show rave reviews, due to the celebrity interviews and the previews of upcoming video games.moreless
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    Circuits With David Pogue

    Circuits With David Pogue

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    New York Times
    The New York Times' Circuits with David Pogue is the personal technology columnist's weekly video review blog. David Pogue's reviews focus on new and exciting technologies recently released, and his reviews focus mostly on the everyday technology consumer, not the hardcore electronics fan. Known as a prominent Apple journalist, David Pogue is usually given early access to new Macs and Apple releases.moreless
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    You Suck at Photoshop

    You Suck at Photoshop

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    My Damn Channel
    You Suck at Photoshop began as a My Damn Channel dark comedic parody of Photoshop tutorials, where the volatile Donnie Hoyle teaches Photoshop techniques while bringing in problems from his personal life. What was intended to be a one-off turned into two seasons worth of the bitter Donnie's ramblings. Donnie has severe personal problems with his disintegrating marriage, legal and job problems, and does Photoshop tutorials to relax, though his problems always seem to creep into the teaching. His friend Sn4tchbuckl3r pops in once in a while to annoy him and try to get him to join his World of Warcraft games. If you want some absurd nerdy comedy, and to maybe pick up some retouching techniques along the way, join Photoshop geek Donnie on You Suck at Photoshop.moreless
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    Web Drifter

    Web Drifter

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    Revision3
    Web Drifter is a web show that shows the creators behind some of the most unusual websites on the internet. Martin Sargent is the host of this show and he travels around the world and interviews the people who run these websites. He travels everywhere in the United States from Pennsylvania to California and Mississippi to Arizona. In each episode, Martin tries to get into the minds of unique people like Randy Constan, who believes he is Peter Pan; Alex Chiu, who claims to have invented the immortality ring or Harold Ivey, the swamp-dweller. Nothing is normal in this show as he talks to wizards, UFO hunters, people searching for Bigfoot or people who can see animal ghosts. Every show is an adventure, as Martin takes the viewers along on his journey allowing them to ride shotgun in the car with him. While his guests may be unique but many of them have managed to turn their obsession into a career via their website. For others though, their website is simply a hobby that allows them to share the thoughts with the world.moreless
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    inDigital

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    Revision3
    InDigital from Revision3 takes the mystery out of buying the latest gadgets and electronics with its informative web show. Have you ever wondered if that new wireless speaker system is worth the money, or if the latest smart phones are a waste of time? Well, InDigital looks at the latest technology and answers questions such as "Does it work?" or "Is it worth buying?," all in the course of each web episode. InDigital looks at a wide range of products such as Mac virtualization softwares, digital cameras, universal remotes, and everything in between. Every web show highlights the good devices, while also pointing out the flaws in undesirable products, in order to help you make a more educated decision as a consumer. If you're tired of making bad decisions when it comes to purchasing new electronics, or if you just want to figure out if the newest gadget lives up to all the hype that it has made for itself, then watching inDigital can help you to come to the best decision that may save you money.moreless
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    Bleep Bloop

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    CollegeHumor (ended 2017)
    Bleep Bloop is a video game talk show from College humor that features video game reviews and product demonstrations mixed with the kind of humor that only College Humor can deliver. Hosted by Jeff Rubin, the show often features other guest hosts from the tech world or from the College Humor staff, such as mainstay Pat Classes. The unique feature of Bleep Bloop is its format; together the hosts pick up their joysticks and controllers and actually play the games they are reviewing. This allows them to give their comedic opinions of the game play as they first encounter it, giving the show the kind of spontaneous and quirky charm that viewers have come to expect from College Humor. The show also features first-hand reviews of game accessories and add-nos, from the Wii Balance Board to Call of Duty-themed night vision goggles. The hosts also try out tricks and tips, such as attempting to vanquish the Xbox 360's famed Red Ring of Death. Join Jeff Rubin and Pat Classes for Bleep Bloop where 'two thumbs down' is a good thing. That's all Folks!moreless
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    commandN.tv

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    commandN.tv is a bi-monthly web show that explores the ever changing world of technology. The web show was co-created by Amber MacArthur and Jeff MacArthur and both are co-hosts and co-producers on the show also. Amber MacArthur is a Canadian celebrity and social media specialist. Her co-host, Jeff MacArthur, has a strong technology and media consulting background. The duo shares the show with another fellow co-host, Lara Killian, a social media enthusiast, who is also a producer on the show. Together the team break down the latest technology news and changes. They test new products and then review them on the show, share mobile tips and their favorite web picks. While sharing tips or advice the host of the show will break down new technology in easy to follow how-to steps, so that users can easily and quickly learn how to use the said product without having to follow the often confusing instruction booklets.moreless
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    Media Conversations

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    Media Conversations is a channel on BLIP.TV featuring a series of interviews about the future of media and technology with two leading members of the business community. Host Ralph Simon speaks with Glen Hiemstra and Gerd Leonard about different topics relating to the future of technology and its relationship with the business world. Focused on the future, the host and guests talk about the megatrends which run through the media and the future of marketing in the modern world. They also touch upon legal issues relevant to the technological world, discussing the issue of copyright and its effect on technology. In a later episode, they delve into the issue of modern culture, weighing the difference between commercial and shared culture. As would be expected with futurists such as the two guests, they also discuss what can be expected beyond Web 2.0 and how the future of user-generated content will grow in the ever-changing marketplace.moreless
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    MediaShift

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    PBS
    MediaShift is a documentary blog series developed by PBS that focuses on how the media in all of its forms, from weblogs and podcasting to wikis and online videos are changing the world. Host Mark Glaser shares what MediaShift’s writers have found on how the upsurge of technology has changed the face of our culture, whether it is from how YouTube affects copyright laws to which smartphone is best for you to the use of social media sites (Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, etc.) as a storytelling method. Interested in acting as the ‘guide to the digital media revolution’, MediaShift is the first place to go to see how life is changing, one weblog at a time. MediaShift created a sister blog called the Idea Lab, which shares all of the pioneering projects in technology.moreless
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    Digital Life with Shelly Palmer

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    Shelly Palmer is the technological guru and host of Mediabytes and Digital Life with Shelly Palmer, in which he gives honest and informed advice on all things digital. Palmer discusses the latest technology news on a weekly basis and offers his expertise on consumer queries with the latest hardware and software. If you're looking to buy a new phone, television, computer or camera, be sure to check out Palmer's review and analysis first!moreless
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    Pulse

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    Pulse, produced and presented by the PlayStationNetwork, is the official webcast of Sony Inc. about its most famous product, PlayStation 3, and video-gaming novelties related to the famous Japanese gaming console. Hosted by Christina Lee and offered in high definition, PULSE is the source when it comes to new PlayStation games and peripherals. Pulse is a fast paced webcast, keeping the spectator connected and informed about what's new in PlayStation world. The show features new game releases, like Batman: Arkham Asylum, Legend of Han Tao, Street Fighter II Tribute Table and many other titles, including demos. The show offers also interviews with developers, live gaming and special focuses on the new technical features of upcoming games, like the graphic engine of the last Final Fantasy or the new game system of the latest Madden NFL chapter. PULSE is not just about PlayStation 3: Christina will analyze and show the latest improvements of PSP world, with the same accuracy and focus she provides for the bigger brother of the portable console.moreless
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    The Game Show

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    The Game Show is an interactive, web based news show about the latest happenings in the world of video games and the gaming industry. For video game junkies wanting to know all there is to know and more, the time is now. Hosts Jim Festante, David Guida, and Nikole Zivalich break it all down, and tell you what's what. In this simple, personal program these well informed hosts discuss everything from the latest releases and peculiar marketing plans, to notable moments in video game history. Want to know if the newest Wii release is any good? Interested in a rant about censorship in gaming? Want to see a girl playing on an actual Nintendo? It's all there and more. The Game Show is more than a simple discussion on any one video game topic. They get into it all, and this regular broadcast is as entertaining as it is informative. For the final word, Jim, Nikole, and Gweedz are the ones to call first. Or, just watch The Game Show.moreless
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    The Real Cool Club

    The Real Cool Club

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    The Real Cool Club is a live web variety show where the hosts, Ethan Newberry and Lindsay Harbert, interact with the audience. The Real Cool Club's viewers can chat with the hosts and other cast members by logging into a chat room. At times, the hosts fulfill requests from their viewers. Some requests include chugging microbrew beer and eating four tins of sardines, juice and all. The entire crew is part of the show and the director and production assistants maintain a regular onscreen presence. With the show's loose format, most of the hosts' dialogue is ad-libbed with liberal amounts of cursing and beer drinking mixed in. In fact, Ethan will leave the set to grab another beer when they finish their bottle. The hosts' comedy revolves around computer and internet culture, and their guests are regularly fellow stars of the internet. With the adventurous attitude of the hosts and their willingness to try anything, viewers should be ready for anything to happen on The Real Cool Club.moreless
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