Monthly Archive: October 2014

The changing culture of Youtube

The changing culture of Youtube

I recently noticed that many of the “channels” I subscribe to on Youtube have made no updates for 9 months, a year or more. I just went through and deleted 30% of my subscribed channels because they are no longer posting videos to Youtube. Wow. That’s quite a few. And it is worse than it looks because I kept subscriptions...

Using old camera lenses on micro four thirds cameras

Using old camera lenses on micro four thirds cameras

Not that long ago, I used some oldĀ Minolta film cameras. These cameras used lenses with the Minolta MC/MD mounting system and I have several old lenses that can be used on micro four thirds cameras with an appropriate adapter. Here’s my informal judgement as to work works well and what does not when using these old lenses on modern micro...

4K Pay TV To Have 46 Million Subscribers by 2018

4K Pay TV To Have 46 Million Subscribers by 2018

4K Pay TV To Have 46 Million Subscribers by 2018 | Digital Samurai | 3DGuy.tv. Related articles 46 million 4K/UltraHD homes by 2018 Panasonic’s 4K TVs finally play nice with Netflix 4K content after firmware update Netflix to Begin Charging More for 4K Streaming

Microsoft sends takedown notices to Youtube videos that did nothing wrong

Microsoft sends takedown notices to Youtube videos that did nothing wrong

Microsoft Serves Takedown Notices to Videos Not Infringing on Anything | WIRED. Tar and feathers for Microsoft, in this case. They issued take down notices to videos that were product reviews, and in some cases, critical of Microsoft products. Apparently this company also sent take down notices to Google to remove URLs pointing to Microsoft web pages because the pages...