Rainbows are much more common in near-ground sprinklers than they were 20 years ago. Or so asserts the infamous “Rainbow Lady.”
Blogs, Twitter, and YouTube feast on traditional media, but they change the agenda for millions in the meantime, as a recent Pew study shows.
Creativity transcends technology, even if you’re on a deadline.
Clay Shirky reflects on the end of complexity. He’s right, but can simplified systems produce quality? Can other approaches also survive?
The “Power of Print” ad blitz enlists YouTube to get its message out, inviting the question: If print isn’t dead, why?
A large university embraces video applications, and more than 1,000 students submit, mostly via YouTube. Here are some clever videos spotlighting some of today’s college applicants.
Four different information industry executives’ perspectives seem to converge on customization. Customers want what they want, when and where they need it, and expect providers to anticipate those needs accurately.
Is the Google generation coming or are they already here? Why does it matter?
Early feedback motivates future success in YouTube and Digg. Does the same feedback explain scientific publishing?
Can successful behavior on YouTube translate to academic publishing?
Academic video makes great leaps forward with the unveiling of AcademicEarth.org and YouTube EDU.
In the world of online video, Hulu is making everyone else look stiff and arthritic.