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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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Here’s A Quick Tip About Google’s Remarketing Ads

Google just posted this “AdWords Quick Tip” about remarketing ads. The general gist is: make sure you have enough ad formats in your remarketing campaign to ensure you have more chances to have your ads shown to your target audience.

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SXSW Hipsters Pretend to Know Bands So Obscure They Don’t Even Exist

If you ask the crowd at SXSW about some hot new bands like “DJ Heavy Flow” and “What the Fuck Bruce Jenner,” they’ll probably tell you that they not only know of their music, but are pretty into it too. In fact, What the Fuck Bruce Jenner is even on the same level as “Neil Patrick Harassment”–which is surely saying …

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Facebook’s Video Ads Are Here: 15 Seconds, Autoplay, and Silent Unless Clicked

They’re heeeeeere. Actually, they’ve been here for a while, but today Facebook has announced that their long-awaited (and long-bemoaned) video ad product is going wide, with a limited group of advertisers. The company first started testing the autoplay ads back in September, and made the first big push in December with a video ad campaign for the new film Divergent. …

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Heath Ledger Talks Acting And Michelle Williams In ‘Lost Interview’

Blank on Blank, the PBS Digital Studios project, which takes obscure interviews from entertainment icons, and sets them to interesting animation, has a new video out featuring the late Heath Ledger talking about role playing and about Michelle Williams, who is also featured throughout the visuals. The “lost interview” was conducted by Christine Spines in 2005. Her profile appeared in …

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Netflix Releases ‘Best Of Frank Underwood’ Supercut

We’re less than 24 hours away from the debut of House of Cards: Season 2. Meanwhile, Netflix is squeezing in just a little more promotional material. Today, the company uploaded a supercut video of “The Best of Frank Underwood” for your viewing pleasure. Underwood’s famous dog murder scene did not make the cut, nor did this wonderful gem: Image via …

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Let AsapSCIENCE Tackle Some Olympics-Related Scientific Queries

Our favorite science illustrators AsapSCIENCE usually take a couple-week break between uploading some of the finest 2-minute animated science videos on the internet. Basically, AsapSCIENCE takes complicated topics and boils them down to their most salient points, and then presents them to your average YouTube user in a clear an concise manner. What’s not to love? Well, here’s a treat. …

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Facebook’s Look Back Videos See 100M Shares

If you thought that the only reason you’ve been seeing so many of those “look back” videos in your Facebook news feed was that Facebook has been bumping their visibility or something–well, that’s not entirely accurate. Ok, it could be part of it. But according to Sheryl Sandberg, the 1-minute trips down Facebook memory lane that the company debuted earlier …

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Tip: Clear Your Phone Browser of Porn Sites Before Using Said Phone in News Segment

That’s just a simple tip, guys. If you’re going to use your iPhone to film stock video for a local news segment, it might be wise to make sure your bookmarks and history list doesn’t read “Pornhub Mobile.” Or, I guess, if you truly don’t care – well, power to you. A WGN (Chicago) report on a new app called …

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Facebook’s Look Back Videos, If They Were At All Genuine

Well this is pretty funny. Like most things on Facebook, those packaged “Look Back” videos that everybody has been sharing in honor of Facebook’s 10th anniversary are annoyingly ubiquitous. Sure, it might be interesting to you to see your most-liked posts and how you were 25 pounds lighter back in 2005 – you. Interesting to you. Anyway, the real problem …

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Awesome Uncle Turns Kid’s First Points into SportsCenter Highlight

If you really want a kid to get into sports, you have to make them excited about playing. Editing a kid’s first-ever bucket and overlaying the SportsCenter top 10 graphics is a damn fine way to start. Via reddit, one uncle decided to do just that. “My nephew just made his first shot in little league basketball last night. I …

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