Monthly Archives: August 2010

Connecting Broadcast TV and the Web using a resolver

This blogpost describes a service we have created in NoTube in collaboration with Project Baird: a resolver that goes from broadcast TV to a webpage describing what’s on. This post explains how we used the BBC RDF /programmes data and … Continue reading

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Free entry to IBC exhibition courtesy NoTube!

NoTube is exhibiting this year at IBC 2010’s New Technology Campus. We are pleased to invite you to visit us at Stand 3.D08, and to encourage you, you are welcome to use the customer ticket number 16555 to gain FREE … Continue reading

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Strophe and Greasemonkey

This week I’ve been looking at using Strophe and Greasemonkey to try to make an evocative but simple two-screen prototype for web-based on demand video. It was a bit fiddly in parts but it’s very useful once you get it … Continue reading

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