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PhotoShelter continues to find interesting topics to cover and interesting photographers to profile. Their latest effort is an extended video interview with Tim Mantoani in which he talks about his superb photographs, his passion for photography and his recent series of portraits of famous photographers together with their iconic work.
The video, presented below, runs almost 90 minutes and was captured during a recent PhotoShelter-hosted webinar. (If you're not seeing the video try viewing it on Vimeo.)
As Apple strafes to keep Google and AdMob (as well as any other company whose principal business is not ad-serving) from serving ads to its mobile devices, the independent mobile ad networks are looking to reap the benefits as they can serve to just about any platform.
Jumptap wants to help developers and publishers caught in the crossfire of the mobile advertising battles between Apple and Google/AdMob, and it's doing it to the tune of $4 million
Black Duck Software marked its second-best quarter ever, the company announced today, led by new client bookings, client renewals and growth across all business units, including services -- which saw 100 percent year-over-year growth -- and reseller partnerships. Second-quarter bookings grew 51 percent compared to the same period in 2009, reflecting increasing interest among enterprise IT managers in the management and control of open source as part of their multi-source development process. Black Duck products and services support the managed use of open source code at enterprise scale.