Tag Archives: YouTube
Who am I to say Robert Scoble and Mark Cuban are wrong?
Just read two excellent posts on the advantage of long term video. I first read Robert Scoble’s analysis who then pointed me to another good article by Mark Cuban. Robert says that long video will win over short video big … Continue reading
Posted in Hulu, Mark Cuban, on-line video advertisement, Robert Scoble, YouTube Tagged Hulu, long video, Mark Cuban, on-line advertisement, Robert Scoble, YouTube 10 Comments
The web is just a poor surrogate of real-life interactions
This Saturday my wife and I celebrated our 12,5 years of marriage together with our family and many friends and neighbours. We had a great time living towards the party while remembering lots of things from the the past years. … Continue reading
Posted in distribution of emotions, Facebook, Flickr, interaction, Real life, Record industry, Twitter, Uncategorized, web 2.0, YouTube Tagged Doris Lessing, emotions, Facebook, Flickr, interaction, Real life, Record industry, Twitter, web 2.0, YouTube 3 Comments