Another day, another set of videos. Maybe you’ve seen some of them, maybe you haven’t. There’s a little something for everyone – at least everyone with any interest in technology, marketing, the media, or Weird Al.
I’m willing to bet you’ll be able to find something in the videos below that interests you. Here are some of the better videos we came across today.
WebProNews spoke with former congressman Rich Bocuher about the AT&T/T-Mobile deal, which he thinks is necessary for the economy and for Obama’s broadband plan, among other things:
Robert Scoble has a look at an interesting iPad app for musicians called Tonara, which eliminates the need to switch to sheet music as they follow along.
USA Today shares an interview with Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg about jobs:
This videos actually been around for a few months, but it was brought to my attention today, and it probably deserves more exposure. It’s Weird Al and email.
Google introduced voice actions for Android in the UK, France, Italy, Germany and Spain:
Google Digital Marketing Evangelist Avinash Kaushik shared this video on Google+ about changes to the Google Analytics Visits computation algorithm:
In this one, a car’s GPS system mocks the French. The video gained some exposure on reedit:
Nieman Journalism Lab shared a vice of a discussion about the state of television and media:
This ad form Coca-Cola was named Ad of the Day by AdWeek, so it must be worth sharing right?
ESPN and JESS3 have teamed up to explain the Nielsen TV ratings system:
Other sets of good videos from this week: