Sharing HTML5 video with SublimeVideo

  • November 30th, 2011
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I rarely utilize video as a medium for sharing on this site. But if I did, I would use SublimeVideo. The hosted service provides universal playback of videos in any browser on any platform. SublimeVideo provides a beautiful HTML5 player with fallback to Flash (for older browsers). The only task you have is providing the […]

SimpleShare: 5GB for quick sharing + collaborating

What do CloudApp, Droplr,¬†TinyGrab and GrabBox all have in common? Each provide a simple integrated interface for quickly sharing files or links across any medium – email, Twitter, Facebook, etc. – without worrying about a measly 25MB attachment limit. Even better? Most services offer a web interface which provide information like: Downloads / view count […]

Supplement your backup routine with Disk Drill Pro

Cleverfiles was kind enough to provide three licenses ($250+ total value) for 5THIRTYONE readers. To find out how to claim a license for yourself, continue reading after the jump. You need to probably should check out Disk Drill (Pro). I’m saying this because I’ve used the utility a handful of times to successfully recover deleted […]

Win Visio Standard 2007 for designs, wireframes, or idea dumps

If I worked primarily on a PC, Microsoft Visio would be one of the most used apps in my dock Start Menu. I can’t speak from personal experience, but based on the features (and from what others have told me), Visio is a solid piece of software – especially if your daily tasks involve creating […]

Backblaze: Secure unlimited automatic backups for $5

You really can’t hide behind the excuse of "data corruption", "accidental deletion", or "stolen hardware" these days. Your digital data is valuable. If you don’t have a backup plan in place, what are you waiting for? The cost of physical hardrives have dropped significantly over the past year. So much so that you should have […]

VirtualHostX: Easy Virtual Hosting configuration on OS X

Having discovered VirtualHostX, I can’t imagine going down the path of manually editing OS X configuration files ever again. If you have ever setup a local environment to test your website(s), you have surely found yourself spending a few minutes wrestling with Web Sharing and Apache – the whole virtual hosting setup. Instead of testing […]

Fix Photoshop CS3 missing scratch disk problem in OS X

Yesterday I was in a state of panic. Adobe’s Photoshop CS3 was crapping on me at the most unexpected and inopportune time. The Photoshop icon would do its dance in the dock a few times, load the splash screen, then scream for attention with an error reading: Could not initialize Photoshop because the disk is […]

ies4osx, Internet Explorer, Intel Macs need only apply

Individuals operating on Apple hardware powered by the Intel chipset are undoubtedly familiar with the versatility afforded by OS X and virtualization software from Parallels and VMware Fusion. These products offer the convenience of running full operating systems like Windows XP or Vista at near native performance. The benefit of opting for software like VMware […]

Core Duo – monitor processor(s)

Oftentimes, the dual processor setup within this svelte MacBook of mine eludes me. Once you’ve accustomed yourself to the dual core Intel processors for daily tasks, you come to the realization that previous incarnations of an application on older processors loaded at a gut-wrenching pace. In order to manage every bit of performance from each […]

Tame OS X Mail Spam with SpamSieve

After going through a privacy / paranoia phase concerning the use of Gmail as my primary account, I eventually made the decision to go with a hosted email solution [Dreamhost] that would provide a little more control and peace of mind. Although Gmail does offer POP access, I yearned for the convenience of IMAP. Having […]