- adj. That can be embedded.
“(Yes, I'm aware this isn't the official music video, but I couldn't find it in embeddable form).”
“They can grab pieces of the content, such as embeddable video, audio, documentation and images, to repurpose as blog posts and online stories, which can also send trackbacks to help pool collective coverage.”
“The Google-owned firm today announced support for widget (i.e. "embeddable") ads.”
“Just discovered that SNL videos are "embeddable" (from the SNL site) just like YouTube videos!”
“Regarding "embeddable" scripting languages, I came-up with the exact same conclusion 4-5 year ago.”
“If the trailer did make you want to read the book, Robin Parrish provides a bit of instant gratification: he not only provides the first chapter for free on his web site (see below), but has an embeddable version for people like me to put on their blogs.”
“BONUS: Borders has an un-embeddable trailer for Drood by Dan Simmons.”
“Dailymotion, the giant video-sharing site, has a syndication pact with MSN and other top publishers to use its embeddable player on a revenue-sharing basis, says Roland Hamilton, who heads U.S. operations for the Paris-based company, in this interview with Beet.”
“Seesmic. tv offers something entirely different - page after page of informal, loosely threaded video comments that are replyable, embeddable and sendable.”
“You can see a non-embeddable English version here.”
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