Coming up on this week’s episode I talk about some World of Sevan news and Creative Bit Core news, all that and more coming up.
A couple of months ago I introduced the latest iteration of the World of Sevan website, but I didn’t make a post about it because it was still in development.
This post, however, is to illustrate the launch of v6.1, dubbed “Atmosphere”. While there aren’t any major functional changes to the site, other then the “a-bar” or announcement bar, and a complete overhaul of the branding (again, I know…)
v6.1 brings a lot of simplicity to the site, with a clean user interface, and smooth colors, it’s easy to read (or view) content posted on the site.
I would like to thank you all for your feedback, and I’ll see you soon!
I don’t normally post content from my other ventures on my blog, but because I wanted to emphasize something I wrote over at the new Creative Bit Core blog, I posted an excerpt here. Enjoy!
Aside from being the owners of a handful of properties, we’ve dedicated a portion of our intentions to helping others create content that both symbolizes and defines a new generation of content creators.
In our lastpost we talked about who we were, and some of our properties, in this post we’re going to talk about our goals and intentions as a content creation company, and the intentions of one of our properties which will work in conjunction with this vision, Unwired Networks.
Link: Creative Bit Core Blog
On this week’s episode I’m talking about the new place I am staying and an Android App I came across, all that and more coming up.
This week I’m talking about the new place I am going to be staying, a little Unwired Networks news and the thing I hate most about Tegra 2.
PLEASE NOTE - I noticed this during editing, I have done several takes, but Adobe Premiere messed up the source video which isn’t syncing right, there’s nothing I can do about it right now until I get my desktop back.
Coming up on this week’s episode I talk about the new webcam I got, and why I’ve been gone.
I don’t often cover technical discussion on the blog nowadays, for a very good reason. But that isn’t what I am here to discuss.
Xbox Music, formally Zune, and Xbox Marketplace offers a wide variety of content, ranging from videos, to music, and just because Zune is gone doesn’t mean they don’t got what it takes.
As I mentioned earlier yesterday, Xbox Music is Interesting. While that statement in of its self is very vague, it serves a purpose. What makes Xbox Music, and moreso the entire Xbox ecosystem is the notion that Microsoft decided to a.) unify Zune and Xbox, b.) create a platform that will work across multiple devices and c.) can scale wherever you go.
But I’m not talking about the entirety of the Xbox Services platform, I’m merely focusing on Xbox Music. Interestingly enough, it’s very much like Pandora/Spotify, and I’m sure most of you have heard that same claim before. Whether I am naive or not remains to be seen, but it seems that the app is geared towards streaming music more then local content, which is fine if you have a use for it.
Because I have well over 3,000 songs in my library, I have a mix of both worlds, but it seems that the app doesn’t play nicely with local content so much as it does with streaming music. Perhaps by choice, perhaps not.
In either case, if you’re interested in it, it comes with Windows 8, so check it out if you have a copy, if not, need not worry, you’re not missing out on much.