Archive for the ‘video’ Category

Thoughts on the >play Conference at Berkeley

TweetI spent a good chunk of my last Saturday at the >play conference at Berkeley. Overall, I thought it was a well-produced show and the team behind it should be proud of what they pulled together. Mobile Advertising is Neither Well-Defined nor Understood. The conference session I attended called “The Co-Evolution of Marketing and New […]

Virtual Items: Mainstream or Not – Video Now Available

TweetThis panel generated a lot of great comments and audience feedback. Below is the video for the panel which focused on whether virtual goods are mainstream or not. Instead of spoiling it for you by giving away the commentary, I’d encourage you to watch it in its entirety – lots of good insights and learnings […]

Making Virtual Economies Work – Video Now Available

TweetThanks to all of you who ended up offering me suggestions for video hosting. I ended up choosing Brightcove, which has been great aside from the fact that you need a special plug-in to make it work well on WordPress. I am in the process of uploading videos to the Virtual Goods Summit website. In […]

Stumble Video – Great for Video Discovery

TweetI got a ping about Stumble Video, a new service from the StumbleUpon team that automatically finds videos that match your interests and tastes. I played around with it last night and I think it’s a neat service. With the exploding volume of video content on the web, finding/discovering video is not an easy thing […]