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David Meerman Scott introduced Flip video camera in his latest post, and mentioned that some companies have started with providing cameras to employees and even customers.

It could be interesting if we use it for customer generated campaign.

Flip Video Camera

A Flip Video camera in every marketers and customers pocket

It might not be a right choice to spend more than $600 for a high definition video camera anymore depending on what we record and how to use it.

A credit card with a built-in display called “Emue Card” is now being trialled by 500 employees of Deloitte with the aim of assessing the technology by the end of the year.
The battery lasts for more than three years, which means the card should expire before it runs out of power.
I remembered that I felt a bit nervous when I deposited my credit card at bar in NY.
This is a very consumer focused product that should be be globally compatible.

A credit card with a built-in display is being tested by Visa

Not Gozilla. It’s Mozilla…
Innovation and continuous improvement could always bring something.
Who imagined the market share of Internet Explorer sinking in 2001?

Mozilla’s Firefox web browser surpassed 20 percent worldwide market share for the first time last month, according to new data from Net Applications. That’s a huge milestone for the open source web browser, which was first released (the 1.0 version) by Mozilla almost exactly four years ago (November 9, 2004), at a time when Microsoft’s Internet Explorer had a choke-hold over the web browsing industry with a market share well over 90 percent.

Today, Firefox is firmly the second most popular browser out there. It continues to gain share even at a time when other companies are releasing new browsers on a wide range of new devices. Apple, for example, has seen great growth in mobile web browsing on its Safari web browser built for the iPhone. Meanwhile, gaming systems like Sony’s Playstation 3 and Nintendo’s Wii have web browsers built in as well (the PS3’s is built by NetFront, while the Wii’s is built by Opera).

Firefox hits 20 percent market share as Internet Explorer continues to sink

TV screen has been their last great frontier for Adobe.  Adobe’s chief executive, Shantanu Narayen, will announce at the annual National Association of Broadcasters convention in Las Vegas that Adobe is extending Flash to the television screen.  To support the new effort to bring Flash to the TV, Adobe has signed with partners including Intel, Comcast, Netflix and Broadcom.  This could bring significant changes for both companies that selling softwares and those selling hardwares.

“Coming generations of consumers clearly expect to get their content wherever they want on it, on any device, when they want it,” said Bud Albers, the chief technology officer of the Disney Interactive Media Group, who will join Adobe executives at the convention to voice Disney’s support for the Flash format. “This gets us where we want to go.”

Microsoft stands in Adobe’s way with Silverlight.  

“There hasn’t been a true competitor to Adobe for quite some time and Microsoft could potentially start bridging the gap between the PC and the TV even more effectively,” said Josh Martin, an analyst at the Yankee Group. “Maybe they could start putting out some of the fire that Adobe has long held.”

Adobe in Push to Spread Web Video to TV Sets