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Hey everybody, I just wanted to take a second and thank all of you for your support. Merry Christmas.
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10 tuners and gobs of storage aside, the coolest thing about this SnapStream DVR is its search interface. We’ve not seen anything like it in the DVR world: the DVR stores the closed captioning signal—where available—as a stream of text, which is then searchable by the end user like a database. Spelling errors on live television events aside, this allows users to flag any shows in which certain keywords pop up, and even send an e-mail alert when this happens. Selected programs can then be burned to DVD-R in standard MPEG-2 format that can be viewed by any media player.
Empower Your Organization to Record and Search TV
SnapStream Enterprise is revolutionary media monitoring technology used by public relations and public information organizations to monitor and respond to TV coverage. A cross between a DVR and a search engine, SnapStream allows you to record and search thousands of hours of TV recordings.
One SnapStream TV search appliance can simultaneously record up to 10 TV shows and store more than 2,300 hours of recordings. And it gives you the ability to search within recordings, to pinpoint TV content of interest to your organization. Then clip that content and download clips or burn to DVD — all without any expensive per-clip or per-seat fees.
The Enterprise TV Server is easy to install and requires minimal upkeep. And since the user interface is like a consumer DVR, your users won’t have any trouble using it. From their desktop PCs, SnapStream
Enterprise makes it easy for users to:
• Record and archive TV programs
• Search within TV recordings by keyword
• Receive e-mail alerts when keywords appears on TV
• Watch recordings or live TV
• Extract clips from full recordings
• Convert recordings to Windows Media
• Burn recordings to DVD
• Download recordings and import them into 3rd party applications
All this for the low-low price of $15,000 for the adult version with 8 Terabytes.
This is an Update! It seems that our efforts to support our American Heros the soldiers of the US military has overwhelmed the Red Cross. They have given us an alternative! This is from Joo Chung at the American Red Cross posted as a comment at this previous post and it’s all below the video…
I work at Walter Reed Information, and received many many calls in regards to sending Christmas Cards and most of them said they got information from this website…so in order to reduce headache for all of you, this is the fact:
Holiday Cards to Injured Service Members This Holiday Season
The following message is from Neal Denton, Senior Vice President, Service to the Armed Forces: Sen This holiday season, we have a great opportunity to bring a touch of home to wounded warriors recovering in military hospitals across the country.
As you may know, the American public has a strong desire to send holiday cards to soldiers staying at Walter Reed and other military medical centers. However, for security reasons, the former military program was discontinued. One of our colleagues at Walter Reed suggested, “If anyone can find a solution to this – it’s the Red Cross.”
We’re proud that this season, communities across America are invited to mail holiday greeting cards along with personal messages of support to wounded soldiers at military hospitals around the country, through a unique partnership of the American Red Cross and Pitney Bowes Mailing Solutions.
Now we have a solution that will not only benefit soldiers at Walter Reed, but also recovering soldiers at military hospitals around the nation. With the help of the Department of Defense, Walter Reed Army Medical Center and Pitney Bowes, between now and December 27, members of the public will be invited to mail their holiday cards to:
We Support You During Your Recovery!
c/o American Red Cross
PO Box 419
Savage, MD 20763-0419
Red Cross volunteers will sort the cards for appropriate content and repackage them for shipping. Our steadfast partners, Pitney Bowes, will ship the cards to Red Cross stations at the military hospitals.
This project provides a great opportunity for chapters and station offices to coordinate resources and volunteers. Staff members at national headquarters will call each station office before packages are mailed to that military hospital. Those station managers will be looking for chapter volunteer support to help in accepting, storing and delivering the cards.
A national news release will be issued shortly after announcing the program. Once you know that your field unit will be receiving holiday cards to distribute, I encourage you to contact your local media with the attached localizable news release, to take photos and write stories for your Web sites and to send us your stories at SAFstories@usa.redcross.org.
We realize this is short notice. It took some time to work out a plan with the Department of Defense to revitalize this wonderful program and provide a way for people to express their support. I have every confidence that Red Crossers will want to participate in this joyous project. Already, we have had a very positive response at national headquarters to help with the sorting and packing.
Thank you for your support of SAF. And our office hopes that you enjoy your holidays surrounded by friends and family!
You can also confirm this information from Walter Reed Army Medical Center website:
12/07/07 UPDATE! Also Please Hit The DIGG button!
There is a very important in regards to Sending Christmas Cards To Injured Soldiers. Please go to here for the important update! It seems that our efforts to support our American Heros, the soldiers of the US military, has overwhelmed the Red Cross. They have given us an alternative to sending them Christmas cards! This is from Joo Chung at the American Red Cross posted as a comment at the bottom of this post. Please go here for the update!
12/05/07 UPDATE BELOW!
I have received several updates from all of you stating the Walter Reed is not accepting any more cards through the Red Cross because they have too many. This is definitely not a negative, however there are many more vets out there that could use your help. The links that I have below are always accepting and there is a V.A. hospital in most major cities so check your local VA or VFW for more info. Here is a link to the V.A. search feature to locate facility-related information quickly and accurately.
Those links are blow the fold.