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September 5, 2007 Paraphrasing Exercise Watching TV on the PC (Part of Original Article) NEW YORK (AP) -- Watching video online in small, fuzzy boxes is heading the way of rabbit ears. Some highly anticipated Web sites are being modeled on making the experience of watching video online more like watching television. These sites rely on software that enlarges the interface so that it fills your computer screen -- from edge to edge. This new wave of applications is led by Joost and includes VeohTV and Babelgum. Though all are in beta (testing) phases, the hype has been mounting -- leading many to claim the next big advance in online video is imminent. Of course, YouTube, which Google Inc. bought for $1.76 billion last October, is the site that braved the online video path. Though YouTube offers the option of a full-screen mode, video is typically watched in a smaller box that can be embedded in other sites. First Paraphrase
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This note was uploaded on 09/10/2008 for the course R 1A taught by Professor Mascuch during the Fall '07 term at Berkeley.

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Paraphrase Article - Rhetoric 1A Section 5 September 5 2007...

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