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Canva releases their iPhone app. Yes, finally!

That feeling when a good day gets even better… It’s not every day you get a shout-out from Guy Kawasaki himself! And this morning Canva announced the long-awaited iPhone version of their awesome design app. It does much of what the browser-based version does, but it’s optimized for making quick, beautiful graphics for immediate sharing on […]

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New frontiers — Beyond Tellerrand Berlin 2014

Last month, I had the opportunity to bring word of WebRTC to Germany, via the awesome Beyond Tellerrand conference — the first time it was being held in Berlin. If you haven’t experienced a #btconf, it’s well worth the trip! It’s tagline is “design, technology, and inspiration” and it lives up to it.  The conferences’ […]

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Google Hangouts – now with WebRTC!

Google just announced that the newest version of Chrome (36) supports WebRTC compliant version of Hangouts. Why should you care? Well, it means more people will be using WebRTC (even if they don’t know it)… it also means that Google has been tinkering with the standard code to make this all work, so WebRTC-enable Hangouts are not coming […]

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Plug-in-free realtime communication* (*but you need a plug-in)

WebRTC can now be supported in IE and Safari They’ve done it. It’s done. A company called Temasys has created a plug-in that enables support for WebRTC in Internet Explorer on Windows 7 and 8, and Safari on OSX. Here’s their promo video, showing it in action: This plug-in effectively eliminates one of the big […]

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Snapchat’s new chat service, powered by Addlive (and WebRTC)

Last week, Snapchat acquired WebRTC-based technology company Addlive for an undisclosed amount. Here it is in action: Is this the first of many acquisitions of companies who are focused on WebRTC technologies? Seeing the huge potential for disruption that WebRTC can bring, I think it is the first of many. Watch this space.

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Listen: Learn WebRTC with Lisa on Hanselminutes Podcast!

After my recent WebRTC workshop at Fluent Conference, I had the opportunity to sit down with Scott Hanselman to chat about WebRTC, where it stands now, where it’s going, and why you should start building something with it today. “Scott talks to web video expert Lisa Larson-Kelley about WebRTC. How will this new browser-based peer-to-peer […]

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DRAWING: Free access to Taking the Leap from Flash to HTML5 Video (and tons of other awesome courses)

** CONTEST ENDED ** Thanks to everyone who helped spread the word about my HTML5 video course on Pluralsight.com! The winners have been contacted via twitter. If you’re one of these lucky people, and you didn’t get my message, send me a DM @lisamarienyc and I’ll hook you up. S​iva Kumar @ckumareddy  J Chris Gibson […]

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No, Flash Video isn’t dead yet

In a recent article for Streaming Media Magazine, “Who Still Uses Flash Video? Just About Everybody,” Jan Ozer of StreamingLearningCenter does a little digging and finds that Flash is still alive and well when it comes to online video delivery. Looking at the comments on the article, this fact apparently touched on a nerve for many. […]

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Meetings.io now offers free screensharing

I blogged in May about meetings.io and their accountless video chatting service. As promised, they’ve delivered free screensharing and several adjustments on top of video chat. The low down on screensharing: you first need to install something called the “Adobe ConnectNow” add-in. (This is a Flash Player add-in from Adobe that is also used to […]

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