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If you are one of the growing number of people making money running a successful YouTube channel, you are likely to already be aware of the new YouTube Red subscription service. YouTube has been contacting existing content creators to encourage them to sign a new contract, which means that they will be part of this...
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I’m pretty sure by now you’ve seen the video of Casey Heynes. The Australian kid who was always being picked on…until one day a bully decided to take it a little too far and Casey retaliated. The school ended up suspending both students as they have a strict no fighting policy but since the video...
Meet 5-year old Joey, the Junior Reporter for the Chicago Blackhawks. He asks the tough hitting questions like “How much do you get from the Tooth Fairy?” and “Who’s the biggest turkey on the team?” This cute little bugger is better than most of the reporters covering the NHL and he’s just a half century...
Check out this awesome video of what happens when a true geek, and musical fan, gets bored. People have made floppy drives sing before, but this is my personal take on it. Features two 3 1/2″ drives and two 5 1/4″ drives connected to a PIC18f14k50 microcontroller. It interfaces to any MIDI source via MIDI...
With everything happening in Egypt right now, it’s tough to get an inside view of exactly what is taking place. We have to rely on untraditional methods to receive the proper information. That is one of the amazing things about the internet. Even though the “government” had virtually cut off all virtual communication there was...
Check out this awesome story about a New Yorker who stumbled across a canister of film following the blizzards in the city last month. Todd Bieber was cross-country skiing in Brooklyn’s Prospect Park when he came across it buried in the snow. He speculates that the photographer is a tourist because of the subject matter...
Back in 2009 when I spoke at the Twitter140 conference in New York I had the chance to meet a personal hero of mine, Ann Curry, who works the Today show for NBC. She spoke on a panel about how Twitter played a role in the Iranian green revolution of that year. Afterward I got...
“Diggers don’t die we multiply.” – Neal Rodriguez I’ve been getting a lot of requests from people on what they should do to get started with a publisher account on the new version of Digg. I’m really not interested in saying too much myself – since it can all be said relatively easily by my...
I have learned so much about my FICO score from Larry Chiang. But more than that, he is one of the nicest people I have met in the Bay Area tech community so far. When I went the latest Crunchup in San Francisco, a mutual friend kinda “handed me off” to Larry and next thing...

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