With Popcorn Maker, you can choose a YouTube video and add notes, live links, Twitter feeds, photos, links out to Wikipedia … all within the video window. And all the editing takes place within your own web browser — no special software needed.
We’ve been experimenting with Popcorn Maker here at TED; you can see below what the Mozilla team did to add lots and lots of data to Beau Lotto and Amy O’Toole’s recent TEDTalk:
In the TED Blog comments, Ricardo Calil shared an elegant way to refine the user experience…
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