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Firefox is a 1982 American action film produced, directed by and starring Clint Eastwood. It is based upon the 1977 novel of the same name by Craig Thomas.
Though the film was set in Russia, authentic filming locations were not possible due to the Cold War, forcing Eastwood’s and Fritz Manes’s Malpaso Company to rely on Vienna and other locations in Austria to double for many of the Eurasian story locations. The film was shot on a $21 million budget.
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Cloudy With A 100% Chance of Amazon Streaming Video

Amazon has servers around the world and they offer no-contract, hassle-free static content delivery, or rather they did. Now they also offer streaming server technology which means you don't have to. Is this a big deal?

Find, Bookmark, Watch and Share Your Favorite Videos With PopScreen

Recently I wrote about a new video discovery service, called Jinni, which I'm still using and enjoying.  Now comes a similar and somewhat related new service called PopScreen.  PopScreen is a video bookmarking service, not unlike Delicious.  But it's a bit more than that too, ...

The Next Wave for Online Video Search Optimization

Mark Robertson reviews the SES San Jose 2009 session titled "The next wave for online video" which he spoke at along with Gregory Markel of Infuse creative and David Burch of Tubemogul. Learn about Video SEO from the expert at ReelSEO.com

IE8 To Implement Some HTML 5 Features

HTML 5 just gained another ally in its adoption...Microsoft. Sure it might still be some time before HTML 5 is totally ready for the masses but with such early adopters like IE, Firefox and Safari now, it should start getting a heavy push to become ...

Is Ogg Theora The Savior of Online Video?

Ogg Theora, the magical, mystical, savior of the online video movement? Tapped to be part of the Open Video Standards and set to take its position at center stage in the push for widespread online video acceptance, but is it all it can be and ...

Flash Video Obsolete With HTML 5? Open Video Standards

HTML 5 <video> tag - It's the end of the world as we know it and Flash feels fine? No, probably not. with the prophesied coming of HTML 5 and the video tag, Flash could be on the very short end of a very long ...

YouTube XL Review - Calling All Couch Potatoes

YouTube has finally released their YouTube XL app. For those unfamiliar with XL, it's an optimized version of the site aimed at television viewing. I don't really know how that's all that different from their original version of the site, just a bit simplified with ...

Microsoft Bing Video Search - A Quick Overview

Microsoft has launched their new Google competitor, bing, complete with video search and everything. The thing is, I don't know what all the hype is about. People are talking about it like it's going to be some actual competition to Google and from what I ...

Dailymotion Supports Open Video Formats

Dailymotion, you know, the video entertainment site where you can share your videos on pretty much almost any topic, is now accepting Open Video formats and HTML tags. Thanks to Mozilla the site will now support Ogg video files and is the first major video ...

Twitter Viral Video Search - Twitmatic Video Search Application

Twitmatic, created by San Francisco startup ffwd,  relaunched their Twitter video search application yesterday to help users more easily find video content shared via Twitter.  Now before you go getting your hopes up you need to understand, this is a twitter video search app - IE, ...

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