Tag: youtube

  • Casey Neistat – Disrupter of Broadcast News?

    Two of the three commercials run by Samsung during this year’s Academy Awards were basically showing us why their phones will not explode, the final spot of the evening featured mega-YouTube star Casey Neistat and dared anyone with imagination to become the next star. It’s an inspirational advertisement that only peripherally features Samsung but is […]

  • Finnish YouTube

    Finnish YouTube

    Wanna see stuff getting crushed by hydraulic press? This is the right channel for you. That’s is the description for the Hydraulic Press Channel, a YouTube channel where they, uh, crush things. Tyler found this stuff. The channel has been around for a few years already and they even made a video for Obama’s White House. It’s nostalgic […]

  • The importance of context

    Surprisingly, the YouTube recommendation algorithm doesn’t draw inputs from far beyond the confines of YouTube itself. You might think that mining our Google search histories for clues about what videos we’d like would pay off. Nope, Goodrow says. “The challenge is that web search history is very very broad.” Just because you Googled for help […]

  • ProductSF 2014

    ProductSF 2014

    Last week I attended the 2014 edition of Building Better Products, an invitation only conference hosted by Ty Ahmad-Taylor of Samsung Electronics and Josh Elman of Greylock Partners. As with last year’s conference, it was an agenda packed with interesting speakers that came to share their perspective on the role of a Product Manager at […]

  • That Burger Has Strength, Dayum

    Long weekend here in the USA, a land where one guy’s review of a hamburger gets remixed into an iTunes hit.

  • Radiohead streamed live from Coachella

    Radiohead streamed live from Coachella

    YouTube is streaming live from Coachella this weekend. I don’t normally watch live concerts on my computer but I was working tonight and had this going on my second screen. As it got late, Radiohead came on and I ended up working less and watching more, captivated by the set which featured a series of […]

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