You [Tube] Can Move Too Fast, As Well
- Zoomerzine. Dudley, Dominic // New Media Age;3/31/2005, p40
Reviews the Web site zoomerzine.co.uk.
- Charity Facts. Armitt, Claire // New Media Age;3/31/2005, p40
Reviews the Web site charityfacts.org.
- Marque Cars. Smith, Paul // New Media Age;3/31/2005, p40
Reviews the Web site marquecars.com.
- ANDY WAS RIGHT. Tyrangiel, Josh // Time International (South Pacific Edition);12/25/2006, Issue 51/52, p120
This article discusses a prediction made my artist Andy Warhol, which suggested that in the "future," everyone will be famous for 15 minutes only. The article suggests that even 15 minutes has had its 15 minutes of fame. Dr. Robert B. Millman, a psychiatrist and Warhol Acquaintance, discusses...
- Mad About "You" Gutfeld, Greg // American Spectator;Feb2007, Vol. 40 Issue 1, p38
The article discusses "Time" magazine giving its 2006 Man of the Year Award to "You," which means those people who enjoy and create content on the web. "Time" magazine's choice for Man of the Year came after the growing popularity and influence of user supplied content web sites, like...
- The Collective Wisdom at Work. Manafy, Michelle // EContent;Sep2006, Vol. 29 Issue 7, p6
The article presents the features of the Web 2.0. Web 2.0 poster child Wikipedia defines it as a term that refers to a second generation of services available on the World Wide Web that lets people collaborate and share information online. In contrast to the first generation, Web 2.0 gives users...
- You Tube and You. Cornfield, Michael // Campaigns & Elections (1996);Sep2006, Vol. 27 Issue 8, p43
The article reports on the success of a Web site called YouTube which marks the latest milestone in the epic transition from television to video. YouTube has come up with a better way for people to view videos. It has also built a fast, free and easy way to post and self-index videos so others...
- First Person Greg Jarboe YouTube marketing guru. // Intermedia (0309118X);Mar2010, Vol. 38 Issue 1, p38
An interview with YouTube marketing guru, Greg Jarboe, is presented. When asked if web video is the inevitable next wave, he states that Google spent 1.65 billion dollars in acquiring YouTube so it could be the next big thing. Jarboe notes that a classic example of YouTube marketing is U.S....
- HITMAKERS' PAYDAY. FRITZ, BEN // Daily Variety;5/7/2007, Vol. 295 Issue 25, p5
The article reports that Google-owned viral video web site YouTube has launched its revenue-sharing program by starting to give a portion of its advertising revenue to some of the most popular amateur video brands on YouTube, such as lonelygirl15 and LisaNova. YouTube cofounder Chad Hurley has...