Entertain, and They Will View
Speaking of web videos (and I was, in the last post), if you need proof that YouTube videos can draw an audience, look no further than this video. My wife showed it to me last night. It’s a very entertaining entrance by a wedding party, and as of the time I’m typing this blog post, it’s been viewed nearly 13 million times. That’s more of an audience than some cable TV shows! Further proof that if a web video is entertaining, people fill find it.
Video: Twouble with Twitters
If we stop Tweeting, do we cease to exist? Who are we really talking to when we’re Tweeting? Is the Fail Whale carnivorous? All these questions and more are answered in this hysterical video…
Tweeting in Real Life?
What would happen if we behaved the same way in real life as we do on Twitter? What if we lived life in 140 characters or less? Check out this video from CollegeHumor.com to get an idea of what that would be like…
“Magic” Internet TV Box Coming Soon?
I’ve been saying for a while now that in the next few years, our television watching habits are going to change dramatically. This day will come when someone makes a box that will deliver Internet video to your TV that is affordable and as simple to hook up as a cable box or a DVD player. This box will make it simple to access videos from not only YouTube, but also Hulu, the network TV sites, and other video delivery websites. I call it the “magic box”, and it doesn’t currently exist. The only way to watch Hulu on your TV that I know of is to hook a laptop up to a TV that has an input for a PC monitor cable. I do this sometimes, but it can be a bit of a pain in the rump.