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YouTube is 10 years old: the evolution of online video Allow me to make a bold statement: YouTube, at 10 years old, is the most interesting place on the internet. It’s not about the platform or the brand, of course, but rather the sheer amount of content it hosts and its diversity. 300 hours of video are uploaded to YouTube every minute. Not all of it is worth watching but enough of it is that you won’t live long enough to see it all. And there’s more to it than watching. Online video can engage people in many ways. CLICK FOR A LIKE, KICK FOR A LIFE I don't want to live in a house where there are such restrictions. Using Facebook is not a crime. It is a normal thing. Crossword Puzzle Maker Instructions: Complete the crossword below We have premade word/clue sets. Or use our Copy-n-Paste Quick Add Feature *NEW* Word List Saving Options Save your entered words for our other puzzle makers! You can save your WORD LIST for later use, or transfer it to other puzzles!

What if Classic Books Were Given Click-Baity Titles? Love it or hate it, so-called click bait has become part of content marketing. While many people see these types of social messages or headlines as a trick being played on the consumer, the reason that they’ve become the norm is that they work. And they don’t just work once, they work over and over again. This is not unlike classic literature, many examples of which have graced the high school desks of children, their parents and even their grandparents.

Is YouTube the new television? YouTube screen grabs here are few certainties in modern broadcasting but Dominic Smales is “100 per cent sure” that he knows one of them: the small-screen stars of the future will be minted on social media. “In a few years it will seem totally outmoded to have a commissioning editor deciding what goes on our television screens and then forcing performers in front of an audience,” he says fervently. We are talking in a small office in London’s tech district of Shoreditch, out of which Smales, 41, runs Gleam Futures, one of Britain’s first “social talent” agencies, and from where he is determined to shake up the staid world of traditional media. Listening to his strictures about the limitations of scheduled telly it is easy to forget that Smales didn’t start out as a digital revolutionary. A former radio producer, he set up Gleam four years ago with a much simpler objective.

The Checkout - ABC TV Episode 8 Zoë Norton Lodge looks at which pet foods are Best In Chow with guest stars Cat Stevens and Rene Descat; Kirsten Drysdale gets taken for a ride when examining rip-offs in the hire car industry. Watch episode » Use the power of social media to get your consumer complaint noticed with F.U.Tube. We'll try to help too. My email is a monster All artwork and content on this site is Copyright © 2015 Matthew Inman. Please don't steal. was lovingly built using CakePHP All artwork and content on this site is Copyright © 2015 Matthew Inman.

Ford wants to make all car launches social-media first campaigns Ford does not want to stick to the tried and tested approach to car launches and plans to put social media at the heart of all marketing for its upcoming vehicles worldwide. The car maker is feeling the pressure in an industry where many brands are jockeying for domination of the social media arena. To pull away from the crowd, it is changing the way it builds excitement for its new cars. Mark Truby, vice president of European communications at Ford, told The Drum the social media first strategy isemblematic of its shift from a model “primarily of media relations” to one “primarily of storytelling”. He means that whereas coverage in car magazines and on TV shows would have traditionally secured the bulk of the media spend, now Ford believes social media can sustain that excitement over a longer period of time among a bigger pool of fans. It is easier said than done.

Look Up This EFL lesson is designed around a short film and poem by Gary Turk and the theme of isolation caused by the use of new technology. Students watch a short film with no sound and speculate about the story it tells, read a poem and discuss digital technology, social media and isolation. I would ask all teachers who use Film English to consider buying my book Film in Action as the royalties which I receive from sales help to keep the website completely free. Language level: Upper Intermediate (B2) – Advanced (C1) Learner type:Teens and adults How to Write a Narrative Essay: 14 Steps Edit Article Four Parts:Choosing a Good TopicWriting a DraftRevising Your EssaySample Essay Narrative essays are commonly assigned pieces of writing at different stages through school. Typically, assignments involve telling a story from your own life that connects with class themes.

Where does the sun go? Ukip candidates' science questions predicted The Grimsby Ukip candidate Victoria Ayling recently asked the following question at a public debate: what happens when renewable energy runs out? This resulted in much amusement and mockery, suggesting that Ayling isn’t familiar with the properties of renewable energy. Or a dictionary. But is this fair? Has Ayling been prematurely ridiculed? After all, technically renewable energy can run out.

Snapchat Doesn’t Make Any Money, So Why Is It Worth So Much? Nov 14, 2013 1:22pm The founders of Snapchat, a mobile app that lets mostly teenagers send mostly naked pictures of themselves, were recently offered $3 billion for the company, only to turn it down. So are its young founders crazy or is the company is worth much more? Snapchat doesn’t make any money. Founded just three years ago, it doesn’t have a long record of success.