Compact ROR hydropower generator for use in rivers and streams
estimated at $50 and available in 2014 ?
Real-Time Media and Peer-to-Peer Transport API
Unofficial Draft 10 August 2012
This specification describes a proposal to bring real-time communications capabilities to web browsers. It addresses four critical requirements: it is designed to honor the key tenets of the web architecture, it supports a customizable response to changing network quality, ubiquitous deployability on existing network infrastructure, and flexibility in supporting popular media formats and codecs, as well as openness to future innovation.
An API is described for sourcing and terminating streams of real-time media in a browser. The API provides a means of describing how media streams are serialized into a stream of RTP packets or deserialized from a stream of packets.
The API is structed in two sections: Real-Time Media Streaming and Real-Time, Peer-to-Peer Transport.
Find out more at: http://html5labs.com/cu-rtc-web/cu-rtc-web.htm
The 2010 World Cup is shaping up to be a major Internet milestone event, with billions of fans relying on the Internet for live and on-demand games, news, scores, and highlights of the most watched sporting event in the world. Whether it’s watching live streams of the game in HD video or the ability to share stories, photos, and memories at an unprecedented global scale, fans will experience the World Cup like never before.
This tool monitors real time traffic to the global broadcasters delivering traffic over Akamai’s network.
Thanks for the tip @pieter557
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I saw this on YouTube:
If they are asking us for help… BP what’s going on?