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Many of the presentations that were given at Oreillys Web 2.0 summit are now available online. You can either watch them online or subscribe via Itunes or Miro.

If you haven’t used Miro, it’s a platform that is an open source Internet tv tool built around the ability to subscribe to content in the same way that Itunes works. This means your content is downloaded in the background and available to watch when you want to.

Perspective: It’s good that these presentations have been released, and I think the ability to “subscribe” to video content is going to enable the effective distribution of niche content. This will provide huge choice for consumers, as well as a lot more complexity for marketing communications.

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