Yelvington | The video tag mess, and why Google’s interests are (mostly) our interests ::excellent analysis!::

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Earlier this week, Google’s Chrome browser project announced it was dropping support for H.264 video, and immediately there was an uproar as if Google had desecrated a sacred object and posted the video on YouTube.

Most people actually have no idea what this means. A lot of people have drawn conclusions that I think are fundamentally wrong. All of this is very important to the evolution of Web media, and I’m going to try to make some sense of it.

Read the full piece at yelvington.com

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