Category: Video

First TV, Now Web 2.0: Oprah Winfrey Keeps Innovating

Last night, I watched the very last episode of The Oprah Winfrey Show. As a life-long Oprah devotee, I felt like I was losing my best friend. I am not ashamed to admit that I sobbed to my bewildered husband as she left the stage a final time: “I’m just going to miss her so much!”

How To: Create a Viral Video

This past weekend the internet was abuzz about a certain workout video, featuring UFC fighter Chuck Liddell and his girlfriend exercising. Why was the video

Why Flash Mobs?

What’s a Flash Mob? A flash mob, defined by Wikipedia as “a large group of people who assemble suddenly in a public place, perform an

YouTube Flips its Lid and Reddit Diggs

April fool’s day is upon us and every year, some of the most visited social media sites like to play fun games to trick their viewers. Last year, YouTube pulled a bait-and-switch and propelled Rick Rolling to one of the largest memes to date. This year, the video giant has flipped everything upside down. Here’s a list of other things going on around the web for today’s celebration of foolery.

Flickr adds video uploads for all

Part of what makes the Flickr Pro account so appealing is the ability to upload an unlimited number of pictures and the ability to upload video. Recently, Flickr announced that it will now allow all users to upload up to 90 seconds of video whether you’ve got a Pro account or not. Pro members need not worry, Flickr has added two new features. Here’s more.

Create your own YouTube in seconds

Newish social media tool, Fliggo allows its users to create their own video sharing YouTube-like site or video blog. Pretty neat idea, though why would anyone use it if they could just as easily set up their own channel on YouTube or create accounts on Vimeo, Veoh, Dailymotion, Metacafe, etc.? The answer may be in the ability to customize the appearance. Here’s more on what Fliggo offers and how you can use it.

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