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 n.— «Now obviously, people can and will call these presentations whatever they want. But when I invite someone to help me make one, or when I refer to one, I’m going to call it a screencast. » —“Name that genre: screencast” by John Udell InfoWorld: Jon Udell’s Weblog Nov. 17, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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