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Six Apart’s Mena Trott on Vox

I saw Vox profiled on TechCrunch. It looks like a great application with super timing as MySpace and Facebook continue to have issues. Wired interviewed Mena Trott, co-founder of Six Apart. From the interview: “Wired News: What is Vox and why did it come into existence? Mena Trott: It’s really a service intended for small […]

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World of Warcraft Social Network

Mashable reports the launch of a World of Warcraft social network by Warcraft Social. From the Warcraft Social site: “Warcraft Social Network is beta launching! We hope you all will enjoy the site. It has been in the works for a while, and we are so excited to finally see it materialize. Thanks everyone for […]

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Social Networks Ad Spend: $2B by 2010

An eMarketer study points out the rapid growth of ad spending on social network sites. From the press release: “Just four months ago, marketers were sitting on the sidelines of social networks and watching the traffic surge. Now, advertising on social networks has become a top priority. In 2007, ad spending on US social networking […]

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Mashablelabs: Top MySpace Slideshow Tools

Mashablelabs is really on a roll. Out today a review of the top slide show applications on MySpace. From the post: “In this round-up we looked for which external slideshow creators users were using. If a user’s page had multiple slideshows then that page was counted for each slideshow creator. Multiple slideshows from the same […]

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Mashable Labs: The Average Youtube User

Mashable Labs has another look at some numbers. This time they create a profile of the average Youtube user. From the post: “From a sample of 41,000 active user profiles we collected some rather unsurprising statistics. Based on the profile info supplied, the age of an average YouTuber is 27, with 20% being 35 or […]

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danah boyd: the high priestess

This is kind of amusing. The Financial Times does a story about danah called “The high priestess of internet friendship.” From the story: “As Boyd watched these millions jump on to the networks, she began to develop clearer ideas about what deeper purpose the sites served. A large number of members were obviously still using […]

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Brightcove for Independant Producers

Brightcove released information about a new offering to help independent producers make money from their work. Brightcove press release:“In the last six months we’ve seen explosive growth in the online video market, especially in consumer sharing, but this is only the beginning of the Internet TV era,” said Jeremy Allaire, chairman and chief executive officer […]

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MashableLabs: Video Sharing on MySpace

MashableLabs has a great review of all of the video sharing sites that feed MySpace. From the post: “Not surprisingly, there’s a glut of web sites offering free video to share on blogs and social web sites. Each wants to grab a piece of the pie and grow big before they drift into obscurity. Only […]

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crayon

crayon launched yesterday. From the press release: “crayon, the world’s first dedicated New Marketing company, is open for business from today in the real world and, simultaneously, in Second Life, the three-dimensional online digital world. crayon is a different kind of company that integrates the best of the consulting, agency, advisory, thought leadership and education […]

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Sibley Verbeck Interview

I missed this but there is a great interview of Sibley Verbeck in the Electric Sheep Company. In the Grid: Part One “I say that we are building interactive, 3D virtual experiences for real-world companies. Some companies are already used to thinking about the Web 2.0, MySpace, user-generated video on the web, or even videogames, […]

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