Movies On iTunes

March 26, 2008

24/7 gives 25 Most Valuable Blogs

My favorite MacRumors is number 2 on the money maker chart. Cool.
Here is the full list
1.The Gawker Properties: $150 million. 
2.MacRumors: $85 million.Blog knows more about Apple than Apple management does. It ranks No. 2,700 in Alexa. Compete shows 544,000 visitors and moving up quickly. Quantcast puts global unique visitors at 5.3 million. Page views at 33 million, which seems a bit high. Advertising looks high-end and solid, probably at least $30 per page CPM.  Business should do at least $12 million and have a high margin, estimated at 60%. At a 12x multiple.
3.Huffington Post: $70 million. 
4.PerezHilton: $48 million. 
5.TechCrunch: $36 million.
6 (tied): Ars Technica $15 million. 
6 (tied): Seeking Alpha $15 million. 
8 (tied): Drudge Report $10 million. 
8 (tied): Mashable $10 million. 
10. GigaOm: $8.4 million.
11. Boing Boing: $8 million. 
12. Silicon Alley Insider: $5.4 million. 
13. ReadWriteWeb: $5 million.
14. Paidcontent.org: $3.5 million. 
15 (tied) Search Engine Land:  $2.7 million.
15 (tied) Smashing Magazine: $2.7 million. 
17, DListed: $2 million. Site insults celebrities. 
18.Daily Blog Tips: $1.8 million. 
19 (tied) Techdirt: $1.5 million. 
19 (tied): Neatorama: $1.5 million. 
21 (tied): BuddyTV $1 million is too much about television.
21 (tied):The Superficial $1 million. 
23. Talking Points Memo: $860,000.  
24. Travelpod is a travel scheduling and planning site. 

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Video encoding software Roadmovie is out with updated version

Filed under: iphone — admin @ 10:08 am

  

Subtitle support from SubRip (.srt), SubViewer 1 & 2 (.sub) and MicroDVD. 
– Batch encode a list of movies. 
– Elgato Turbo.264 support for speedy encoding. 
– Built-in Presets for Apple TV, Cellphone, iPhone, iPod, PSP and Web. 
– Customize and save your own set of encoder Presets. 
– Batch upload encoded movies. 
– Support for File, iTunes, FTP, SFTP, .Mac, WebDav or Amazon S3 as save/upload Destinations. 
– Create and manage your own upload Destinations. 
– Built for 10.5 Leopard.

What’s New in this Version
– French localization by Ronald Leroux. 
– Time elapsed and average encoding speed is now saved in the log. 
– Presets can now be duplicated. 
– Support for loading custom Presets from the Application Support folder. 
– Encodings can now be activated/deactivated in the Encodings tab in Preferences. 
– [BUGFIX] PSP Preset now works as expected. 
– [BUGFIX] Encoding speed is now correctly calculated when running the demo version. 
– [BUGFIX] You can now use a custom Preset or Destination as a default setting in Preferences. 
– [BUGFIX] Poster Frame Image jpeg is now correctly saved when checked in Preferences.

Download shareware version

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March 25, 2008

StarZ to release HollyWood Residential, Head Case and anime series on iTunes

Filed under: iphone — admin @ 1:20 am

Liz Gannes talked to StarZ’s Marc DeBevoise, SVP of business development and strategy, and got the scoop. StarZ has decided to release HollyWood Residential, Head Case and few anime series on iTunes. Check this video for more details – Read full story on NewTeeVee blog http://newteevee.com/2008/03/24/starz-to-sell-on-itunes/

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March 24, 2008

iPhone App Store design screens

Filed under: iphone — admin @ 8:31 pm

Monster and Friends hackers have discovered screen shots of iPhone Appstore.
Looks real to me –

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March 21, 2008

Safari comes in auto-update. Windows users under ADD, Cannot see update options!

Filed under: iphone — Tags: , , , , — admin @ 7:10 pm

Apple is now bundling Safari in Windows auto-update option. That small practice used by all software vendors (since mankind started doing qwerty dance) has come under criticism. Mozilla CEO is not happy and CNet reporters are all echoing the same outrage. Browser components are part of other Apple products, definitely iTunes. So all this outrage is bit overblown.

The image

What's the big deal. Don't insult user's intelligence by crying foul on their behalf. They know how to uncheck the checkbox. One can argue it's way more simple to uncheck the box as compared to changing default search box setting on Firefox.

(Pic courtsey Mike)

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