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Chrome URL truncation is back, but better

Chrome URL truncation is back, but better

Last year, I reported how the Chrome browser had started to truncate URL prefixes (both the scheme/prefix and ALL subdomains). That time, the Chrome team got numerous vocal complaints…

<em>Above-the-fold</em> podcast subscription banners

Above-the-fold podcast subscription banners

In Apple’s recent podcast best practices, the company recommends having our podcast subscription banners above the fold on the show’s website. In this article, I’ll clarify this…

Sound For the Web – 28 Weeks of Post Audio Redux

Sound For the Web – 28 Weeks of Post Audio Redux

Editor’s Note: “28 Weeks of Post Audio” originally ran over the course of 28 weeks starting in November of 2016. Given the renewed focus on the…

WordPress security seminar in Madrid by Allan Tépper

WordPress security seminar in Madrid by Allan Tépper

Yesterday afternoon in Spain, I had the pleasure and honor of hosting a seminar about WordPress security + automatic multi-backups to multiple servers located in different geographical locations. It’s…

NAB 2017: Three Blackmagic Design Announcements

NAB 2017: Three Blackmagic Design Announcements

Continuing the “NAB Of Portable Multi-Camera Field Production” theme, Blackmagic Design offers up two new switchers and an incredibly easy way to get your show on the…

Moovly Studio: online video editor reaches second generation

Moovly Studio: online video editor reaches second generation

Moovly Studio is not your regular video editor, but an online video animation software for easy production of videos for different needs. Select objects, add animation, edit it and you…

Facebook misrepresents & underestimates its own audio/video specs

Facebook misrepresents & underestimates its own audio/video specs

As I have covered previously, YouTube and Vimeo used to misrepresent its own published specs, and then later corrected them. Now, history is repeating itself with Facebook. Although Facebook fortunately…

Why the AMP Project improves our web content distribution

Why the AMP Project improves our web content distribution

In case you are unfamiliar, the AMP Project (Accelerated Mobile Pages Project) is an open source initiative that came out of discussions between publishers and technology companies about the need…