Photographer Carl Rytterfalk summited this video in response to my Nov. 5, 2009, post about about him. This is exceptional marketing—the kind of video people just won’t remember; they can’t forgot it.
The other day, I saw a bike in the bicycle rack at the local Henry’s market. On the way out of the store, I looked closer and found that there was no lock. The […]
Jesse Thomas’ “The State of the Internet” video is chock full of data, data, data. You want Net stats, Jesse has got them: Percentage of e-mail that is spam, number of Facebook pageviews and […]
Those rascals at Improv Everywhere are at it again, this time picking a random person in a bar and throwing him a birthday party. Chris is suddenly Ted, with 30 so-called friends and party […]
Recently my wife attended a seminar in Las Vegas; she returned with a souvenir, Flip Flap, for our daughter. While sick with the flu last week, I made two quickie videos for testing purposes, […]
Now this is what every short video should be like. Casey Neistat’s short on Chatroulette is great artform and storytelling. Casey and brother Van have a TV show coming to HBO sometime this year. Casey’s only […]
Whoa, is anything real anymore? This Stargate Studios short shows how much Hollywood studios use computer-generated graphics to fill in locations or to fake them. What? You thought Jack Bauer was in Washington? He never left […]
Nokia would have kicked Apple’s ass long ago.
I agree 100 percent. “Maybe there is hope for our ever-increasingly isolated and anti-social (no, Facebook is making us less social) society after all”, nmook.
Before there was Twitter or before Facebook gained popularity, I followed people online directly through their Websites or RSS feeds. I’ve long favored personal blogs over professional news sites. The best stories are told by and are about people.
Fast forward five years, people are what make the social Web work so well, and why my profession, journalism, is in state of chaos. Why read something filtered by a reporter/editor when the single, or even crowd, source is available? Interaction is more personal and direct.
That’s the question Todd Bishop (accompanied by John Cook) asked people on the streets of Seattle about six months ago. No one seemed to know what was Microsoft’s search engine (At that time is […]
Advertising Age asks: “What’s more popular than ‘Roller Babies’. The world’s largest Slip ‘n Slide. Microsoft’s ‘Megawoosh’ campaign has successfully displaced Evian at the top of the Viral Video Chart, with almost 2.3 million […]