Video Editing im Broswer. nice


It seems like nearly everyone shoots video these days, mostly on their mobile phones, as consumers now have mini video cameras with them at all times. The problem comes in making those videos presentable so that other people will want to watch them. There have been a few attempts at changing this, such as automatic video editing from the likes of Magisto and Animoto, but few actual human editing tools make things easy for users to do their own videos.

WeVideo launched to the public earlier this year, after previously offering its cloud-based video editor to YouTube users. Now the startup is releasing a new update to the video editing product that is aimed at providing easy-to-use themes and drag-and-drop functionality for users.


The new editor provides two modes of operating: There’s the beginner Storyboard mode, which lets them drag and drop assets next to one another and…

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‘Sheed Tossed; Real Or Reputation?

Stupid cal to eject him | Hang Time Blog

HANG TIME HEADQUARTERS — When Rasheed Wallace talks, referees listen.

It’s been that way throughout Wallace’s basketball career, dating back to his fouling out of and then being ejected from the 1993 McDonald’s All-American game at the Mid-South Coliseum in Memphis (I know I’m dating myself a bit here, but I was in attendance that day).

Wallace continued his decades-old tradition Sunday in the New York Knicks’ win over the Phoenix Suns when he headed to the showers early after being ejected in the first quarter. But not everyone is convinced that he earned this latest ejection, as both Tyson Chandler and Carmelo Anthony told that his reputation earned him an early exit:

“I think so. He’s the only guy in the league that gets technicals for saying, ‘ball don’t lie,’ so that should go to show you right there,” Tyson Chandler said.

Wallace picked up career technical fouls…

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Facebook wants to buy Whatsapp? I´ll stop usinig Whatsapp at once. Total lack of security…


Update: WhatsApp still has not responded to us directly but told AllThingsD the following …  “The TechCrunch article is a rumor and not factually accurate. We have no further information to share at the moment.”

ATD reported that FB has tried to acquire WhatsApp in the past, and added that Google has as well. 

The story here, we think, isn’t so much that acquisition talks would go through (unlikely right now given the founders’ stated desires to build a standalone, ad free, business) but, if the rumors are true, why Zuckerberg was courting the popular messaging app in the first place.

Oddly enough, because of this post, we’ve also heard a rumor that WhatsApp is now looking into talent acquisitions of its own.

As always, we’ll keep you posted.

WhatsApp, the multiplatform mobile messaging app that has been one of the runaway success stories for ad-free, paid services, has…

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