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One of the best social networking websites out there Facebook.com now allows for HD 720p video content to be uploaded and streamed to users. Facebook Video also now allows for videos to be embedded on other sites. The embedded videos will not be played back in HD format. In order to see those videos you have to be on the website.
From what it looks like, Facebook Video continues to be for the public and isn’t directly competing against YouTube.com. Facebook Video is for sharing favorite video moments with real friends while YouTube is for releasing videos to the world-wide web.
It is pretty amazing amoungst my friends how many more comment on my videos uploaded onto Facebook as opposed to my videos uploaded onto YouTube. It would be great if Facebook introduced a program like YouTube Partners where it allowed more serious content producers to generate revenue off of their videos, but for now that doesn’t seem like it’s the direction Facebook plans on taking its video service.
Here’s my first ever Facebook HD video!
Check out the picture below and see how the HD video looks on Facebook. There’s an option to view the video in regular quality. The video itself has the ‘HD’ written on the thumbnail and even ‘HD’ by its title.
Overall I’m happy with Facebook going HD. It’s just as simple to upload videos and tag friends. If anything that is still what sets it apart from other online video services.
First off, please let me get this off my chest – WOW! This blog, StuffWeLike.com, has just hit a major milestone. We’ve surpassed 500,000 views. That’s a pretty impressive number after the site transformed into a blog on February 23, 2007.
Half of the reason why we made the grand move was due to this widget:
The minute that it was created, that weekend I literally revamped the entire website to WordPress. I’d say that doing that was probably one of the smartest moves that I’ve made with this website. The site definitely wouldn’t be what it is today without that switch.
Thanks for sticking by and being apart of StuffWeLike’s history. Hopefully within the coming months you’ll see even more and better content than we’ve ever produced before!
We were having some issues with shows on the StuffWeLike TV video player. Some shows weren’t display their videos.
If you haven’t noticed our widget before, it’s on the sidebar of the blog. It’s also on the website’s front page at www.StuffWeLike.com.
If you have any suggestions for shows that you want to see on the player, let us know by writing a comment!
You can also add our player onto your Facebook, Myspace account. Simply click on the Get Code button.
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We’ve partnered up with Mashable.com for their Open Web Awards! You can now vote for the first round:
You have till November 30th to vote!
Zombies. They’re everywhere. And even today, people think that they are merely monsters in horror movies and content matter for horror movie parodies. Fools. All of them. One day, the zombie apocalypse will take the lives of millions of humans from all over Earth. But a bold step has been taken to prevent this: Lost Zombies.
A fine cross between Zombie Awareness and Web 2.0, Lost Zombies encourages you to post any proof you have about zombies, in photos or videos. Hit the jump to know more about what you can do to save the world.