Joost Review #2 and More Screen Captures

Update: I have published a WTF blurb in Technorati. You can read it here. If you have enjoyed this review, I invite you to click here and give it a vote. *** It seems Joost is performing much better this morning. I have been watching the “Off the Fence” channel, and have not experienced any…

Joost Interface Screen Capture

Update: I have published a WTF blurb in Technorati. You can read it here. If you have enjoyed this review, I invite you to click here and give it a vote. *** This is how the new Joost interface looks like. The screen is a bit over 800 pixels wide in small-screen mode, and opens…

Joost Beta Experience: Review #1

Update: I have published a WTF blurb in Technorati. You can read it here. If you have enjoyed this review, I invite you to click here and give it a vote. *** I haven’t had the time to watch a lot, but here is my first-impression thoughts. In today’s HDTV world, I think I had…

WSJ Reviews Apple TV

The Wall Street Journal finaly got around to doing a review of Apple’s “Apple TV.” If you are tired of reading techy, fan-reviews from the tech sites, you might want to get the WSJ Rob Pegoraro’s perspective: Digital photos, music and video all conspire to fill up your computer — but eventually, you’ll want to…

GodTube?

Fox News featured a new nitch competitor to YouTube, GodTube.com. The CEO and co-founder was interviewed. The video clip is available at GodTube.com, of course. http://godtube.com/flvplayer.swf Considering their target audience, it seems to me they should do fairly well. I’d like to see major churches posting their Sunday sermons. But of course, the audience-pull will…

YouTube and Politics: The Game Has Changed

It has indead. From Phil, AKA ParkRidge47: This ad was not the first citizen ad, and it will not be the last. The game has changed. In case you haven’t followed the story, here is part of it. The video was posted on YouTube on March 5th under the usernameParkRidge47 (Hillary Clinton was born in…

JetBlue’s Customer Bill of Rights and use of YouTube

JetBlue just jumped to the head of the class! How do you make lemonade from lemons? JetBlue is leveraging a bad customer service moment — a real bad one — and using it to leverage a viral campaign to spread the message of their new Customter’s Bill of Right. They are using YouTube.com to distribute…

Online Video: “Experience” is key here

This is the power of video over the web. It gives you the ability to reach directly to your audience, leverage the power of viral marketing, and define how you or your business is perceived. “Experience” is key here, because you won’t get an understanding of his appeal from the print journalism caricature of telegenic…

Why Use Existing Social Networking Sites

Ruby blogs about a technical benefit from using existing social networking sites as part of an advocacy (in this case a political) campaign on the post titled, Online community responds to candidates. One of the many reasons that it’s so smart for the Edwards campaign to utilize existing social networking web sites is that they…

Viral Marketing: When Coffee is not just Coffee

Web 2.0 affords company a new, more powerful, and direct way to respond to criticisms, and engage directly with its consumers. Let’s use Starbucks as a perfect example. This video has been viewed over 28,500 times, and has over 90 comments. Granted, most of their comments don’t seem positive, but I can tell you the…

Web 2.0: The Machine is Using Us

Steve Poland at TechCrunch has a link to the video below on the nature of web 2.0. Real interesting stuff. I don’t go for all that “Artificial Intelligence, machines taking over the world” thing. There is more to human intelligence than “knowledge management.” The video is by Michael Wesch, Assistant Professor of Cultural Anthropology, Kansas…