New York based filmmaker Casy Neistat shares his opinions on how to not suck at using Instagram Via: PetaPixelRead More
When a squirrel chewed through a cable and knocked him offline, journalist Andrew Blum started wondering what the Internet was really made of. So he set out to go see it — the underwater cables, secret switches and other physical bits that make up the net.Read More
We’re putting the finishing touches on our new site design but one of the bugs we’re having is… Internet Explorer compatibility. Now even the Germans are on our side against the browser that makes sites do weird things and even potentially make you vulnerable to hacker attacks.Read More
Love a video so much that you could just marry it – why not send it a dowry. Vimeo’s new “in kind” option allows users to send a tip to the creators of the video (and we’re not talking “wear sunscreen” kind of tips). Also in the works is a pay-per-view option which could change the way video creators make money on the net.Read More
Tom Anderson was the first friend you had at MySpace – but that social network is now dead and gone and Tom has turned his time away from teenagers with ugly pages to the world of photography.
“Viral Video” is the signature phenomenon of internet media. Something akin to pop songs, these videos with irresistible hooks have saturated video culture online and have now evolved into a multitude of sophisticated forms. Read More
Facebook moderates all photos uploaded to their site but they have been tight-lipped about what is and isn’t allowed. But now leaked internal documents are available giving us an insight into how their moderation works.Read More