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staff:

Twenty 

A short film by William Wilkinson. (previously)

mrgan:

On January 9, 2007, I took the day off from work to watch Steve Jobs’ keynote. I stayed off iChat, and I told the people who were likely to contact me that day to please refrain from feeding me any info on what Apple announces that morning. I waited for the video feed to become available, which…

staff:

Introducing the new and very improved way to customize your blog
With themes organized by category, realtime previews, and an advanced code editor, it’s never been faster or easier to make your blog yours.
Internet Explorer users will still see the old Customize interface while we wrap up IE testing.

staff:

Introducing the new and very improved way to customize your blog

With themes organized by category, realtime previews, and an advanced code editor, it’s never been faster or easier to make your blog yours.

Internet Explorer users will still see the old Customize interface while we wrap up IE testing.

Other Vimeo Samsung App mentions today

staff:

Tumblr Android 2.0.4: Now available on the Android Market

This update features:

  • New, cleaner, better-looking post screens.
  • Faster Dashboard loading — especially when switching screens.
  • Reblogging to Queue.
  • Lots of bugs squashed.

I’m still working with a few of you who are mysteriously unable to log in from certain devices. If you run into this issue, please email support and tell them Chris sent you.

As always, a big thanks to all the beta-testers and bug reporters. :)

Grab it now!

staff:

Now Live: Camera Info
The Dashboard now lets you view the Camera Model, ISO, Aperture, Exposure, and Focal Length of any photo uploaded with Exif data.
We’ve also made this data available in themes with the following tags:
{block:Exif}
    {block:Camera}
        Camera: {Camera}<br />
    {/block:Camera}

    {block:Aperture}
        Aperture: {Aperture}<br />
    {/block:Aperture}

    {block:Exposure}
        Exposure: {Exposure}<br />
    {/block:Exposure}

    {block:FocalLength}
        Focal Length: {FocalLength}<br />
    {/block:FocalLength}
{/block:Exif}

staff:

Now Live: Camera Info

The Dashboard now lets you view the Camera Model, ISO, Aperture, Exposure, and Focal Length of any photo uploaded with Exif data.

We’ve also made this data available in themes with the following tags:

{block:Exif}
    {block:Camera}
        Camera: {Camera}<br />
    {/block:Camera}

    {block:Aperture}
        Aperture: {Aperture}<br />
    {/block:Aperture}

    {block:Exposure}
        Exposure: {Exposure}<br />
    {/block:Exposure}

    {block:FocalLength}
        Focal Length: {FocalLength}<br />
    {/block:FocalLength}
{/block:Exif}

vimeobuzz:

“So we had an idea. Wouldn’t it be great to create a place on Vimeo to easily discover, license and download music? Well, the obvious answer is OF COURSE, but we wanted to make sure it would be easy and intuitive to use. So we decided to create Music Store, a music library powered by two great…

vimeobuzz:

Filmindustrynetwork.biz
“Talented filmmakers have gathered their projects on the site and we are very excited about the Vimeo community and the benefits of the platform. Promoting content is one element that we think Vimeo does better than other platform because its audience recognizes quality over novelty.”

vimeobuzz:

Filmindustrynetwork.biz

“Talented filmmakers have gathered their projects on the site and we are very excited about the Vimeo community and the benefits of the platform. Promoting content is one element that we think Vimeo does better than other platform because its audience recognizes quality over novelty.”

vimeobuzz:

Vimeo’s Got a New Music Store for Easy Soundtracks
“The Vimeo ‘Music Store,’ open today, offers over 45,000 songs—free via Creative Commons, $2 tracks for personal use, and $100 licenses if you’re planning on earning some dough from your creation.” - Gizmodo

vimeobuzz:

Vimeo’s Got a New Music Store for Easy Soundtracks

“The Vimeo ‘Music Store,’ open today, offers over 45,000 songs—free via Creative Commons, $2 tracks for personal use, and $100 licenses if you’re planning on earning some dough from your creation.” - Gizmodo