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September 17th, 2015

Periscope Introduces Web Profiles

Periscope, the popular live-streaming app, has finally introduced web profiles for both individual and brand accounts. The profiles aren’t exactly feature-rich. There’s no ability to follow someone on Periscope from the web profile and you can only view videos that are still within the 24-hour replay window the app enforces. While it shows a follower […]

Filed in Mobile, Video

November 19th, 2012

Voce Monday Morning Five: 11/19/12

New Tools for Business in the Pinterest Community: Businesses have, to date, operated on Pinterest with a blind eye from the company, which technically forbid such operations. This makes business profiles official and could open the floodgates to more adoption, though what the benefits are with this new business-type profile remain murky outside the promise to […]

Filed in Microblogging, Publishing Programs, Social Networks, Video

November 25th, 2009

Is content still king? Online video offerings grow up

It may be surprising to see YouTube.com as one of the top ranking online search properties this year.  According to comScore, Google sites led the charge in search queries this year – getting a boost in numbers from interest in YouTube – followed closely by Yahoo! and Bing. How’s that possible? We tend to forget […]

Filed in Video

June 22nd, 2009

Cool Video Upgrades (Part 2): Matt Mullenweg on VideoPress

Coming on the heels of WordCamp SF, we bring you a video interview with Matt Mullenweg, the founding developer of WordPress and Automattic.  Matt was kind enough to step away from his speaking platform to chat about his inspirations, memorable moments from other WordCamps, and plans for VideoPress. And since we’re talking WordPress, here’s a […]

Filed in Video

June 9th, 2009

Cool Video Upgrades (Part 1) – YouTube Beta

Personally, I think it’s an exciting time to be doing video work at this time. Not only has the quality from consumer-grade equipment kept pace with professional ones, hosting and sharing video work has grown even easier. YouTube recently introduced “channels beta”, a brand-new user interface for the Channels section. The new channel is enriched […]

Filed in Video