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Vimeo App Finally Hits the iPhone With Video Editing and Watch List

We met up with Vimeo's Andrew Pile down at SXSW to get an early look at the company's long-awaited iPhone app, which hit the App Store this morning. The new app gives you access to your videos, likes and 'Watch Later' list, all constituting a much-needed alternative to Vimeo's current mobile optimized site. The free app's built-in video editor offers an alternative to Apple's $4.99 iMovie with ...

Meta Music Video From The Limousines Is Made as You Watch

Are you dreaming about how an obsessive knowledge of CS5 CS4 and iPhoto can turn you into a leather-jacket-and-hoodie-wearing rockstar? (Or is that just our fantasy?) The Limousines' music video for 'Very Busy People' (kinda NSFW) comes straight from the computer of director Mathieu Wothke, who painstakingly edits, 'shops and pieces together the jam before your eyes. Our favorite part: stop-motio...

Charlie Bucket's 'Fluid Dress' Is a Morphing Series of Tubes

Share Charlie Bucket is a bit of a star in the hacked crafts crowd, having debuted his Fluid Dress at the Maker Faire festival in California last year. Yet, showing the dress in its most-perfected form, Bucket's just-released video is time-lapsed and edited together to demonstrate how beautiful (and fluid) the Fluid Dress could actually be. Composed of over 600 feet of knitted tubing and a hefty-...

The Life-Affirming 'Back to the Mac' Event, Monocle's $1,183 BlackBerry

Here are a few of the other noteworthy things we saw today on our never-ending journey through the wild, wild Web. Incredible, extraordinary, stunning, remarkable! Recut, Apple's 'Back to the Mac' event is simply inspiring. [From: YouTube] P.T. Anderson's 'There Will Be Blood' gets a Super Nintendo 16-bit makeover. [From: Vimeo] Jet-setting Monocle readers can now purchase a limited-editi...

Guide to OS Trolling, 'oops' Video Collects Dropped Cameras

Here are a few of the other noteworthy things we saw today on our never-ending journey through the wild, wild Web. A quick glance at Internet forums and comment threads about computers will give you enough self-righteous trolling and "MY OS IS BETTER" shenanigans for a lifetime. If you need ammo to jump into the flames, though, ars technica continues its multi-day guide to trolling for Window...

YouTube May Let You Charge Rental Fees on Your Videos

Renting movies via YouTube is still a relatively new idea, but Google is hoping to expand its business (and lessen its reliance on advertising revenue) by allowing users to charge rental fees for uploaded videos. Hunter Walk, head of product management at YouTube, told MediaPost that the company was working on self-service video rentals for individual creators. This will offer yet another way ...

Vimeo's Blake Whitman Talks HD Video, DSLRs and Web Communities

Since its launch in 2004, the video-sharing site Vimeo has chosen a very different path from the YouTubes and Hulus of the world. Cleaner and calmer, Vimeo puts its focus on ease of use, creativity and community. We dropped by its headquarters in New York City to speak with Blake Whitman, Director of Community and Product, about the site and its role in nurturing the explosion of HD content on th...

'Twitter: The Criterion Collection' Turns Tweets Into Cinematic Masterpieces

Are you tired of seeing tweets confined to plain text on a computer screen? Well Jason Sweeney, who runs the blog I Am Your Canadian Boyfriend, enlisted people to recreate their favorite Twitter messages in film form. Participants were allowed to act out the tweets, read them or even perform them with puppets. The only requirement was that the vignettes contain the entire tweet, and that the tw...

Google and AP Showdown, Microsoft Adheres to Jan. 11th Office Ban

Highlights from this morning's other big tech headlines... Apparently having alienated yet another news organization, Google has stopped hosting articles from the Associated Press, probably over contractual disagreements. The AP is the "largest and oldest news organization in the world," and as a cooperative has won more Pulitzers than any other outlet, so the snub could immediately devastate...

Recreating 'Star Wars' on the Web, 15 Seconds at a Time

Casey Pugh, an enterprising blogger and Vimeo employee, has embarked on an auspicious film project bringing together hundreds of amateur contributors on Vimeo to recreate 'Star Wars,' piece by piece. He broke down the first film, 'Star Wars: A New Hope,' into 473 15-second clips and put them up on StarWarsUncut.com for the Web community to claim and create their own interpretations. Pugh said th...

MySpace to Get a Facelift

Rumor around the Internets is that MySpace is getting ready for a major facelift. Word is News Corp is looking to hook up with Zach Klein, the designer behind YouTube-clone Vimeo, to clean up the hodge-podge of disparate design elements that a lot of people are complaining about at MySpace. Users have been fleeing MySpace en masse for the more respectable and less spam filled Facebook. A bit of ...