With Dalas Verdugo certifying Vimeo's place in the history books of media journalism (he got fired for video blogging), I thought it an appropriate point to throw some stones at the future of video sharing.
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Previously, Vimeo is like Flickr for video clips.
We think that there is a huge future for on-line video. Because of this, we have made the decision to invest additional company resources towards developing Vimeo.com and the ideas we have regarding original and user submitted video content on the web.
--CV Internal Memo:Josh
Is Vimeo a test-of-theory from the brothers that started CollegeHumor.com to one day take on the likes of MTV and VH1?
I just saw an ad in my Gmail written entirely in Chinese.
THAT advertisement- that Chinese, foreign language ad- somehow ended up in my personal marketplace of vision.
Granted, by using Gmail I've already sacrificed my "personal marketplace of vision" when I read e-mail... But, I don't know, it's different.
Has this happened to anyone else already? I guess so. It's my first time. It feels great, really, to be touched at home by international marketing.
These are Bunn DUAL DBC industrial quantity coffee makers. Found at RaceTrack gas station.
I have a few good books now, and sometimes I want to cross-reference something. (This happens less often than does my want to show off.) So I got a cheap bookshelf this weekend. Now I can see some of my book spines at eye level.
From top shelf to bottom, my new real life bookshelf is:
At the time of this blog post, the Periodicals section is largely composed of my wallet, a half-glass of coffee, the Sony Librie, a new paperback book with a pen inside of it, my Bluetooth mouse + Bluetooth PCMCIA card, and a box from Amazon.com containing two new books.
Task: Microsoft decides to offer their standard Office package as a web service to academic institutions. How much should Microsoft charge per user, per month?
Photo by Zach Klein, for CollegeHumor's Guide to College
Initial Sony Librie thoughts: It's a very, very nice piece of technology. Tech Specs Here
Last week I ordered a Sony LIBRIe?????? digital eBook reader from Japan-Direct. To my knowledge, it is the most scientifically advanced piece of consumer electronics currently on the market.
So, I am now the proud owner of a Sony LIBRIe??????, shipped for me for $419 + $55 overnight from Japan-Direct.com. I hope it will be a new weapon in my gadget arsenal.
Addendum- Zach just asked me, "Is it easy to read for lengths of time?" And to that I would say, Is a piece of paper that you printed on your laser printer easy to read for lengths of time? Yes.
Mark Hughes book Buzzmarketing is out in stores now!
I talked to Mark over a year ago about my BuddyGopher project, and sure enough me and Ryan get a nice shout-out on pp134-137. (What has never been printed, but deserves mention, is that Ricky was the biggest adrenaline shot to our traffic growth.)
The Buzzmarketing book even features a good summary from my college semesters working with Burly Bear and Mountain Dew's AMP campaign.
Nick Gray had some experience doing it the wrong way and the right way. The wrong way? It's another Pepsi story; they usually get it right, but not this time. They were launching AMP, a high-energy drink to compete with Red Bull, and Nick had been hired through an agency to become the AMP ambassador. Pepsi's AMP marketers ran the numbers and decided each college would get two thousand cans of AMP every month. Nick was the key man to distribute these cans.
But do the math: Wake Forest has only four thousand students. Nick and two other people would have to reach 50 percent of an entire school. In order to make the numbers, they had to give out the stuff in cases, not in singles. Furthermore, Pepsi gave a cooler big enough to cool only fifty cans. And warm AMP tasted awful.
You can find the book in almost any bookstore these days, so check it out. It is definitely a fun read.
The light airplane danger issue was elevated on the night of June 22 when a 20-year old part-time airport worker, who had apparently been drinking, allegedly scaled the perimeter fence at Danbury, Conn.'s sleepy minicipal airport (DXR) to give two teenage friends a joy ride in a Cessna 172 which he had been taking instruction. The 172 was discovered just before 5 a.m. by astonished Westchester County, N.Y., sheriff's officers, with the three adventurers still inside, on a darkened taxiway at HPN, some 20 miles south of DXR. The 172 pilot, Phillipe Patricio, was held in New York, incommunicado from Connecticut authorities. The two passengers are juveniles. In any case, few if any, state or local laws apply to this specific instance. All three miscreants are most likely to be charged with evading airport security - a federal law and a felony. Things are still in a state of flux as we go t opress with a volatile mix of Westchester and Connecticut airport NIMBYs, U.S. senators and representatives, local law enforcement and the FAA, so you'll have to read how it all turns out in next month's.
Referenced in the below blog entry.
I would like to try reviewing some of the gas stations available to the suburban consumer in Atlanta, Georgia. Since gas is pretty much the same anywhere you go, our differentiator (in my opinion) is the quality, quantity and convenience of the indoor beverage center.
QuickTrip - On SR141 and Johns Creek Parkway, Cumming GA
List of Beverage Station Features
Notes: No water (had to use utility sink) and Mountain Dew Code Red at soda fountain was out of syrup.
FeedDigest lets you easily include RSS and Atom feeds on your website. I love it! You can see FeedDigest in use at the top of my blog; I used it to quickly share my four latest del.icio.us links at the top of this page.
If you have a website, you must try FeedDigest! It's a free web service designed by Peter Cooper, a one-man design rock star.