One of my very favorite software projects, Miro, launches their 1.0 today! I’ve written about this before, when Miro was called the Democracy Player. Today represents the culmination of two years of hard work by the Miro team, and a serious start at reinventing video. As Josh Quittner at Fortune points out, this makes even more sense in the context of the WGA strike — entertainment is changing quickly, for sure.
[2 disclaimers: (1) Miro uses Mozilla technology for their Windows & Linux versions, and (2) I’m on the Board of Directors of the non-profit Participatory Culture Foundation, who makes Miro.]