Mui points out that Hastings built the DVD business that toppled Blockbuster. He was motivated by a big idea “that mailing people DVDs was a mere way station on the road to streaming video.”
“We are not here to compete with the other social networking mega sites, like Facebook or MySpace, we are here to give the musicians and music lovers a social networking website of their own,” says new CEO, Jason Pomales.
Garett Camp, the CEO of StumbleUpon recently sat down with us here in New York to discuss the success of his content sharing network and to give us some insight into the future of social networking. Specifically, he feels that social will become ubiquitous, and content will leverage existing social networks like Facebook or StumbleUpon.
If you haven’t yet discovered this comedic duo on You-Tube, you’re seriously missing out.
From ‘Hipster Ariel’ to ‘Hipster Hitler’, the blogosphere can’t get enough of hipster memes.
CBS recognizes “the increasing value” of television content in today’s marketplace. With the wide variety of platforms, more and more, people will be able to access this type of programming.
Even though X-Factor will benefit by collaborating with Facebook, so will the social networking platform. The publicity of the show arriving in September and the massive hype due to Cowell’s fame from Idol and his huge success with X-Factor in the UK is enough to boast Facebook numbers even higher than its 550 million users worldwide.
The new socializing tool will allow wannabes to showcase their talents from home in front of their computer. This happens while the tool records the performance and rates it based on pitch and expression. I’d win hands down on my expressions alone.
Movie socializing becomes even more tantalizing while watching the film because moviegoers can connect with friends by sharing their favorite movie quotes through Facebook and Twitter. They can even watch a feed of social networking chatter directly related to the movie in real-time.
FÃ¼nke Friday: Five Tobias Videos to Celebrate the 5th Anniversary of the Arrested Development Finale
It was on this day exactly five years ago that Arrested Development aired it’s final episode, and every day since then fans have eagerly hoped for and awaited a return to the screen. For those that gave the show a chance, the reward was a show that was funnier and clever with every viewing. Jokes ran throughout not only an episode, but through the entire series, and to fully appreciate the comedic genius of Mitchell Hurwitz and company, the show needs to be watched from pilot to finale; and then re-watched a half dozen more times.