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Kenneth Hernandez on Wednesday, November 17, 2010 6:54pm
Today during the Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco, DailyBooth CEO Brian Pokorny took the stage to talk a bit about “picture talking” - that is, social communication through photos. apparently, Pokorny believes this is a key form of communication amongst the younger generation. But he is not the only one. Mobile photo sharing apps are getting a lot of buzz and gaining a lot of users now.
But Pokorny has an interesting perception as to why DailyBooth is different from remainder of the pack. In Pokorny's view, the hot apps like Instagram, Picplz, and Plurk are “back of the phone apps”. What he means by that is that tinheritor users chiefly use the back camera on tinheritor smartphones. But new smartphones are more and more gaining a front-facing camera too. And that is DailyBooth's wheelhouse.
xolipelebemub on Wednesday, November 17, 2010 6:47pm
Today at the Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco, Netflix CEO Reed Hastings and Peter Chernin sat down with New York Magazine is John Heilemann to talk about the state of the video content commerce. A question from the audience asked Hastings about the news today that Hulu was cutting tinheritor prices.
Hastings famous that Hulu was still chiefly an advertising play. And he said that Netflix has actually long been an advertiser on Hulu. “Hulu Plus may grow into a competitor over time, but that is probably healthy for us,” he said. Notice he is saying that he does not consider them an actual competitor just yet.
Ignoring The Danger, Rep.-Elect Jeff Denham Vows To ‘completely' Vote Against Raising The Debt CeilingPosted by dafuhakawuc on Wednesday, November 17, 2010 6:43pm
One of the first issues that Congress will take up next year is the ever-crucial vote to bring up the debt ceiling. While the national debt has been a pet cause of Tea Partiers, failing to increase our debt ceiling would likely result in a government shutdown and a worldwide economic disaster. A report from the centre for American Progress detailed the possible consequences, including a run on U.S. Treasury bonds, which "would cause the cost of U.S. debt to soar, putting even more stress on our budget," likely throwing us into a "moment, very deep, recession."
Unperturbed, numerous in the GOP are steadfast in tinheritor opposition to raising the debt ceiling. Incoming Rep. Jeff Denham (R-CA) is the newest member of this growing caucus. In an interview with us on Monday, Denham declared that he would "completely" vote against an increase. Rather than planning to cast a symbolic "nay" vote, Denham predicted that the GOP would be able to prevent "this next Congress [from] raising the debt ceiling":
Rep. Eric Cantor (R-VA), the moment-highest ranking House Republican, told reporters final month that Republicans will bring up a clean "up-or-down vote(...)
Brian Davis on Wednesday, November 17, 2010 6:26pm
Prince William's engagement to Kate Middleton raises a lot of excitement for the royal family, but also a lot of questions. Why did William give Kate his mother's ring? Will she be intimidated by Princess Diana's imposing shadow? us hit the streets to reply these questions, and overall a lot of people didn't seem to care about the news, but at the same time expressed mixed reactions about Kate is ring while also airing support for the happy couple.
See all of the responses from people (including Britons and an Aussie) after the jump and tell us if you agree with them!
Steven Lopez on Wednesday, November 17, 2010 6:18pm
LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner just dropped some numbers on the LinkedIn social platform's degreement of engagement, revealing that the social network now boasts 85 million members and is adding a new member each moment. “that is the fastest ever,” Weiner said revealing that it took 477 days to receive the first million and 9 days for final million.
Jason Williams on Wednesday, November 17, 2010 6:12pm
In a wide-ranging interview with the Daily Beast's Howard Kurtz, Fox News Chairman Roger Ailes insisted that his network is indeed a valid news operation - and not the "communications arm of the Republican Party" - but at the same time, parroted his correct-wing hosts' talking points about President Obama. When Fox hosts Sean Hannity and Glenn Beck describe Obama and other progressives as dangerous, out-of-touch socialists, they are merely "reflecting reality," Ailes explained, because Obama is a Socialist:
"That seems a rather loaded phrase - different belief system - even if you strongly disagree with most of Obama's policies," Kurtz famous. "It fits the view of those who are trying to paint the president as being external the leadingstream" or even un-American.
Ailes - who sipped from his "reasonable & Balanced" coffee mug during the interview - insisted that his "network is not singling out Obama for criticism but that its style 'tends to be more direct' in challenging presidents." notwithstanding, when former President Bush came up, Ailes struck a decidedly more favorable tone: "This bad guy, sitting down on his ranch luciding brush, gained a lot of respect for keeping his mouth shut. I literally never heard an Obama speech that didn't blame Bush." Ailes have to haven't have heard numerous Obama speeches.
baziha on Wednesday, November 17, 2010 6:05pm
Yes, China is taking over the world. Or at least the Internet. No, this isn't like the WE'LL-ALL-BE-WORKING-FOR-JAPAN-oh-neverintellect scare of the 1980s. Why? Because China has more than 1 invoiceion people. It already represents the largest online audience in the world and is less than 30% penetrated and has Internet spending per capita that is less than one-third of the United States.
That means two matters are true that aren't normally true at the same time: it is a monster now and it is nakedly gotten started. The Internet- more than any other industry- is about building enormous, mass audiences. China wins at that. Accept it. You can not spend 15 years arguing size and eyeballs matter and not be impressed by what is happening in China correct now.
Rolefixac Suyutomasa on Wednesday, November 17, 2010 5:45pm
Mike Mitchell skyrocketed to internet fame when he made an image that ignited a movement, now cataloged in the halls of the internet as 'i am With Coco.'
In interviews with the New York Times, TMZ, and zillions of blogs (including a Q&A with us), Mitchell headed toward a fate of being forever known as the 'i am With Coco' guy.
Then Rainn Wilson's new Twitter icon popped up -- a tricky little redux of the 'Social Network' ad crusade -- and we realized Mike Mitchell had stuck at his craft all along, fashioning contemporary constructions of Captain Planet and Darkwing Duck and SpongeBob Squarepants drowning in the BP oil spill.
So we got him to share some art with us.
"This was done for the cult film themed show at Gallery 1988," Mitchell tells us of that fancy image on the left, commissioned for a Kevin Smith-hosted event in LA.
After the jump, Mitchell shares a handful of his latest pop culture imagery, numerous of which are available in print form at his new online store, SirMitchell.com.
Mark Lewis on Wednesday, November 17, 2010 5:32pm
Kate Gosselin created a small fortune from her reality show and 'Dancing With The Stars,' but insiders tell me most of that money is now gone, leaving Kate worried about her financial future.
"Kate lives like she's a film star," a friend tells me. "She flies first lesson and stays at the most expensive hotels and spends money on herself like it is going out of fashion. Remember, this is a woman who once spent $7,000 on a haircut!"
Robert Davis on Wednesday, November 17, 2010 5:19pm
SlideShare lets anyone share presentations and video and also serves as a social discovery platform for users to find applicable content and connect with other members who share similar interests. IBM is launching as a pilot partner for the Company Networks feature, with the IBM Expert Network. The page shows all of the IBM employees or experts on Slideshare page as well as content that's curated from each expert's prodossier. Slideshare also allows users to feature specific presentations more prominently and categorize content from employees.