All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Content creation’

Facebook: Video Is Taking Over, Up 75% in the Last Year

Facebook says the video party is in full swing and content creators (users, but more importantly – brands) should come join said party. Or if they’re already at the party, they should learn how to party harder. We already know that Facebook serves, on average, over a billion video views per day – almost one per user. Here are some …

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New Portal 2 Content Coming May 8th

Valve, creators of games such as Half Life and Portal, have announced that new downloadable content (DLC) for the award-winning Portal 2 will be released on May 8th. The DLC is titled the “Perpetual Testing Initiative” and will be available for both Mac and PC. The DLC contains a “puzzle maker”, which will allow Portal 2 players to easily create …

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Are You a Blogger Or a Content Creator?

Do you blog or do you create content? This was one of the main themes of today’s BlogWorld keynote speech, delivered by Mitch Joel, Michael Stelzner of Social Media Examiner, Lisa Stone of, and Deanna Brown, the CEO of Federated Media. While discussing the concept of building new media empires — to which, Mitch Joel offers, “media empire? WTF?” …

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PubCon: Real-World Winning Tactics For Content Creation

Creating relevant content for a Web site is one of the most important things an individual or organization can do and at the PubCon session "Real-World Winning Tactics For Content" focused on ways to manage and achieve that goal.

(Coverage of PubCon continues at WebProNews Videos.  Stay with WebProNews for continued coverage from the event this week.)

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Automated Content Will Unmake Existence

Chess is one thing, but if we get to the point computers can best humans in the arts—those splendid, millennia-old expressions of the heart and soul of human existence—then why bother existing? Fortunately, computers have yet to match us in music or writing or dancing or even drawing—the lines are straighter, but that’s not even the point, and good luck uploading an actual right-brained imagination.*

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