[SLED] Shared media
daniel.livingstone at googlemail.com
Fri Apr 16 04:49:09 PDT 2010
One thing to remember is that Shared Media (TM) is not always shared...
As it is rendered locally, you do not see the effects of other users
scrolling 'their' page,
and for many commercial sites you might be served different content
depending on location.
(Servers can send different content depending on IP address of the client -
this can be used
to deliberately send different content to different users)
And any sites that require login, will require a login for each client.
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On 15 April 2010 16:16, Robin Ashford <robinmashford at gmail.com> wrote:
> Wow, that is an awesome post on shared media, Peter. I was not aware of
> that nature network blog (what a find) and your post "Shared media: Second
> Life gets serious about web content" is not only excellent but incredibly
> helpful. Thank you!
> -Robin Ashford (SL Robin Mochi)
> On Thu, Apr 15, 2010 at 4:46 AM, Miller, Peter <pmiller at liverpool.ac.uk>wrote:
>> In case anyone's interested, I blogged some thoughts and background on
>> shared media as I understand it:
>> Best wishes
>> *From:* educators-bounces at lists.secondlife.com [
>> educators-bounces at lists.secondlife.com] On Behalf Of Rick Stevens [
>> stevens.rick at gmail.com]
>> *Sent:* 14 April 2010 21:06
>> *To:* SL Educators (The SLED List)
>> *Subject:* Re: [SLED] Shared media
>> Just trying out the media on a prim stuff, not really doing anything
>> useful, I put up a Google Docs spreadsheet and it seemed to work for the 4
>> or 5 people there.
>> On Wed, Apr 14, 2010 at 10:03 AM, Miller, Peter <pmiller at liverpool.ac.uk>wrote:
>>> Anyone got any interesting or novel applications for shared media? One
>>> thing that did occur to me is that the new Google Drawing app may work
>>> pretty well for annotation when positioned on a prim in front of a standard
>>> web page and set to be semi-transparent. I haven't grappled with issues of
>>> storage/synching so the annotation would be temporary (I tend to use
>>> Evernote to capture stuff for later reference).
>>> Has anyone tried the new Google Docs as a replacement for Etherpad (it's
>>> supposed to be much faster now and to support up to 50 users at a time)?
>>> Best wishes
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