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September 29, 2006

BBC looks to Microsoft for Web 2.0

In an excellently timed follow-up to my post about Web 2.0, the BBC has signed a memorandum of understanding with Microsoft to act as a framework for joint projects between the two organizations, including Web 2.0-style stuff (the details are vague, but we can probably expect stuff like video sharing).

Hopefully this will mean that I can contrive to be able to get BBC programming whilst I'm in Seattle - something I will miss when I make the move next month (yes, I know there's BBC America, but have you seen the stuff they air?). Or there's always a Slingbox, I suppose...

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