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* [http://joshkinberg.com/blog/ Joshua Kinberg]
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== Examples ==
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=== Elements and Examples Used in Media Published by Users ===
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* Title
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* Html URL
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* Media URL
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* Tags
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* Description and Quotes
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** Description or summary
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** Quotes:  (subsets of the object:  a video quote and tags/description associated with it, a region annotation note for a photo, or the quote of a podcast and tags/description -- the detail for these subsets exists in the 'more info' section below)
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* Creator
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* License (defaults to copyright,  if none exists, but it's there, by US law, and many other areas of the world)
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and for audio and visual:
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* Duration
=== Audio ===
=== Audio ===

Revision as of 19:17, 20 January 2006

Media Info Examples

Contributors

Introduction

Examples of what people actually publish on the Web when discussing, linking to, referring to media. This is focused predominantly on time based media such as audio and video, but may consider aspects of static media as well such as still images.

Emphasis on Practical, Simple, and Minimal

Since all previous known attempts at this problem area have ended up quite complex and over-designed, this attempt will place simplicity and minimalism first and foremost.

Thus for now, this document is deliberately restricted to examples that are:

Any examples added which do not conform to these requirements will be deleted.

Table of Contents

Contents


Examples

Elements and Examples Used in Media Published by Users

and for audio and visual:

Audio

Speech

Publication of audio speeches on blogs is often called "podcasting". In essence though, it is simply audio speech publishing.

Music

Video

Publication of video on blogs often goes by "videoblogging", "vlogging", "VODcasting", or "video podcasting". The typical process involves publishing a direct link to the video file within the blog entry. The blog entry can, but does not have to, include an embedded video player.

Next Steps

  1. Add more real-world, simple, minimal examples.
  2. Research and organize existing/previous media-info-formats, with a focus on formats for publishing common, user-visible media information.
  3. Start media-info-brainstorming based on examples.

See Also

media-info-examples was last modified: Wednesday, December 31st, 1969

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