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Vimeo, You Mock Me

Posted by: leelefever on July 28, 2007- 5:00pm

Categories: Online Usability, privacy, video, videoservice, vimeo

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Let me start by saying I like Vimeo. The video host has great features (like the thumbnail chooser), a personal attitude and slick interface. For our purposes, we like Vimeo because they focus on controlling privacy - you can share a video with just one person. We use it to share rough cuts of videos with clients. Vimeo does a lot of things well. That is why I'm both perplexed and disappointed by an experience lately. We tested the privacy system to see what happens when we share video... Continue Reading

Would You Share Your Retina Online?

Posted by: leelefever on January 26, 2007- 4:00pm

Categories: offtopic, privacy

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Robin Hamman just got new glasses and at the same time, had high-res digital scans of his retinas... Today, about a month later, I've finally received an email with those images attached and they're really beautiful. Not just because they contain a view of my own eyes that I've never been able to see before or, indeed, because my eyes are in any way particularly lovely or different from the next person's. But from a "isn't biology wonderful" and "hey, check this out" perspective, I'd love the... Continue Reading