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In the future, believing that the TV is talking to you might not be a sign of insanity. You may be getting a Skype video call.
Comcast has partnered with Skype, a video-calling service that was recently purchased by Microsoft, to offer the service for TVs sometime next year. Subscribers who rent a video kit from Comcast will be able to use their TVs to make and receive calls from other Skype users. Skype and Comcast subscribers will also be able to make use of the same features on a compatible smartphone or tablet, but the recipient of these calls and messages only need the basic Skype set-up to communicate. Best of all, when using Skype on a Comcast-enabled HDTV, users can still watch programming while making and answering calls. Here’s an article from pcmag.com on the new partnership between Comcast and Skype.
Rapportive has created an add-on for Gmail that instantly adds social context to the people you email, as you email them. Rapportive’s overhauled Twitter widget lets you follow your email contacts, send them replies, and retweet or quote them from inside email messages. You can also take a quick glance at whether your email contacts are following you on Twitter. This tool is definitely worth learning about. Here's a short video on how it works.
This romantic tragedy masterpiece first premiered in 1841 and has grown to become one of the most popular ballets of all time. Catch a sneak peek at the work behind this major premiere by viewing our video.
URL shortening service bit.ly announced that users can now automatically generate QR codes that, when scanned with a mobile QR code reader, automatically direct users to shortened links! CMA used QR codes as a part of the Pioneer Square Madame Damnables Cocktail Crawl! It was part of our social, print & web neighborhood promotional campaign. The QR codes were distributed on the posters and postcards. To read more, click here!
CMA is excited to launch our new custom Facebook Tab for Swedish Medical. This technology allows us to direct new visitors to this default tab content rather than the Wall, and further allows us to present different content to fan and non-fan audiences.
If you aren’t craving Korean food yet, wait until you watch this video the CMA video production team created for Oma Bap. Korean food is based upon 5 tastes: salty, sweet, sour, bitter and spicy. With the right combination of these fundamental tastes, a healthy balance is achieved. Oma Bap's goal is to share this balance and harmony of the complex taste and textures of Korean food with the community.
"3 Dreams of Black" by Rome is a music video that runs in your browser window, starring the talents of Danger Mouse, Daniele Luppi and Norah Jones, but instead of watching Norah serenade you from a stage or set, you're thrust into dreamlike, interactive 3D worlds. To read more, click here!
Creative Media Alliance has been sharing amazing videos of the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Western Washington. We were given the opportunity to talk to some of the volunteers at RMHC. Here's what they had to say.
Did watching the Bibimbap video make you hungry for more Oma Bap videos? Check out the Kim-Bap video created by Creative Media Alliance. Kim-Bap is also known as "Korean Rice Rolls". Kim-Bap is a combination of rice and seasoned vegetables all rolled up in dried seaweed. Sounds yummy, doesn't it? Make sure to stop by Oma Bap if you are in the Bellevue area! Their menu can be found on the brand new website.
CMA's video production team had the privilege of working with a new Korean-inspired restaurant in Bellevue called Oma Bap. Throughout the process, we got to learn about various Korean dishes such as Bibimbap. CMA even took a field trip to Oma Bap earlier this week, and we recommend everything on the menu! You have got to go check it out. Check out the video for yourself to learn what Bibimbap is and if you want to learn more, don't worry, we have more Oma Bap videos on the way.