Archive for August, 2009
YouTube turned heads this past week when it announced that it would be extending its Partnership Program to any users who’d like to get involved, but it’s not like much has really changed. The year-and-a-half old program had originally been made available to accounts that were regularly getting thousands of views every time a video was uploaded. Now? Well… you still sort of need to have that strong following going for you. The only difference is lightning only needs to strike once and you only need one video to garner a lot of attention.
Razorfish, the innoveative digital advertising collective that started in the kitchen of an apartment in Alphabet City, New York, has been sold, again.
If you’re like us, and you’re a tech-savvy company that’s got people tweeting this way and that throughout the day about any idle musings we may get into, you’re probably wondering the same thing we’ve been thinking about for the past 27 hours. Who would do such a thing?