One of my favorite new programs on my desktop is Miro 2.0. Miro is a free HD player, and can be installed in Windows, MAC and even Ubuntu.
It can play any video file format, including Quicktime, WMV, MPEG, AVI, XVID, and more. The Miro’s interface is very clean and easy to use. You can subscribe to video casts or download HD videos directly from the web. And the best part, it is free.
See Miro 2.0 in action below.
I found a great site put together by The Participatory Culture Foundation (PCF) that breaks down in detail of
how to create internet videos from scratch.
Here are the six steps to publish your video online:
Get the right equipment.
Capture audio and video.
Edit raw footage.
License your work.
Publish it online.
Promote your video.
Check out their
complete step-by-step guide.
Litmus, who provide email & browser testing service put together a nice & short overview of how different desktop email programs render HTML emails.
I like dual monitors on my desktop, but I am not sure about this laptop from Lenovo with dual screens…(