All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Videos’

‘Danzig Getting Knocked Out’ Is Still Recommended Viewing Like A Decade Later

Roughly a decade ago, a famous video hit the web featuring Glenn Danzig getting knocked out by the guy from the Northside Kings. If you’re reading this article, you’re probably familiar with it or have at least heard of it. A couple years ago, the guy that punched him talked to Vice about it. Now, Danzig is in the news …

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f8 Talk Deals With Leveraging Facebook For Ecommerce

Facebook has released a number of discussions from its f8 conference last week on YouTube. If you weren’t able to attend, but are interested in using Facebook to help your ecommerce business, you might want to give this one a watch. As the video description explains: Learn about our view on the changing ecommerce landscape, and how Facebook’s solutions can …

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Vine Is Now a True Video Discovery Website

Today, with the launch of their new vine.co web experience, the Twitter-owned six-second video app has finally become a fully realized video-sharing website. Vine launched its web presence back in January, but it was stripped down and in no way mimicked the Vine app experience. Users could browse their own home feed and scroll through feeds of specific users. There …

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Dumb and Dumber Gets Unnerving Reworking

Dumb and Dumber, the movie that spawned a billion Big Gulps jokes, holds a special place in the hearts of many. The Farrelly brothers’ 1994 comedy is thought to be one of the funniest films of all time by some, and though I don’t really like superlatives, I will say that Dumb and Dumber has some of the best diner …

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Google Gives Tips For Creating Inexpensive Videos For Your Business

Google has released a new video about easy and inexpensive video creation tips for businesses. It’s a Hangout on Air with Ryan Park, who joined the Google Business Community, and answered questions from users about tips and tricks on the subject. It goes on for roughly 45 minutes, so if you’re looking to get some online video going, this will …

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Netflix Will Soon Be Raising Prices

Netflix is gearing up to make a move that may not sit well with its subscribers. On Monday, the Internet video service announced that the cost of monthly subscriptions would be going up within the next few months. They are estimating that the cost for new subscribers will increase by one to two dollars. The nearly 36 million current subscribers …

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‘World’s Toughest Job’ Ad Gets a Parody About Dads

Someone on Facebook probably roped you into watching a video earlier this week called “World’s Toughest Job.” They probably shared it under the status “OMFG so true #blessed” or something like that. You probably watched it, and depending on your love/hatred for manipulative advertising, you probably re-shared it to your friends or threw your iPhone off a balcony. Anyway, I …

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Rust Cohle Explains Time as a Flat Circle to Little Kids

HBO’s True Detective ended its first season last month and when the credits rolled, it was clear that we had all just watched something singular–an experience that was going to have a profound effect on not only the future of scripted television, but pop culture. I mean, television just hasn’t ever had a character quite like Rust Cohle. If you …

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Johnny Cash Talks Long Hair And Dying In ‘Lost Interview’

PBS Digital Studios’ Blank on Blank is highlighting a “lost interview” with the legendary Johnny Cash. He was interviewed by Barney Hoskyns in October of 1996. Blank on Blank takes obscure interviews with entertainment icons, and sets them to interesting animation. Here are a couple samples of what Cash had to say in his: “I’ve always hung out with long-hairs. …

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Game of Thrones: Supercut of Every Death Reminds Us That All Men Must Die

All men must die, and there’s been a lot to confirm that sentiment in the first three seasons of HBO’s Game of Thrones. If Game of Thrones weren’t such a fantastic show and actually needed to market itself to an unsure viewing audience, it could market itself as the only place, short of the internet, where you can see so …

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A Montage Of Media Personalities Talking About Yelp

Yelp recently released this montage of its service being talked about and referenced in the media. It includes clips from everything from Ellen to Tosh.0. I couldn’t help but notice that The People’s Court was absent from the video: Image via YouTube

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Here’s Larry Page’s TED Talk

Google CEO and co-founder Larry Page participated in a TED talk by way of interview by Charlie Rose last week at TED2014. He discusses his vision for the company, which includes things like Internet balloons (which it already has) and aerial bikeways. He talks about the company’s acquisition of artificial intelligence company DeepMind, and why he’d consider giving his money …

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