Wedding – Facebook Status and Twitter post before the kiss

This is an old video… but, it is still funny and still relevant so I am sharing it with you guys. This is a funny but real wedding representing the new social networking generation. The groom by the name "Locuester" in YouTube changes his relationship status in his Facebook account and wrote in his Twitter…

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Google bookstore, Nexus S, and Google DRM protection

Google desperately wants to tell the world that search is not the only thing it is best at and there are various avenues it wants to jump into. Let Facebook have higher share of visitors, all Google wants is money. Google has released its own eBookstore. The bookstore is currently US only: Google eBooks are…

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YouTube Instant’s instant fame

A 19 year-old computer science student at Stanford University, Feross Aboukhadijeh, created the YouTube Instant on Thursday and woke up Friday morning to find: The Washington Post called to do an interview, Venture Beat put my picture on their front page, and Mashable wrote a front page story …twice. YouTube Instant also made it to…

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YouTube to go LIVE

It seems, YouTube is going to test its live video streaming capability on Monday and Tuesday in collaboration with four partner sites, according to several news sources. USA Today, citing YouTube manager Joshua Siegel, says that YouTube will add live video to the channel pages from Howcast, Rocketboom, Next New Networks, and Young Hollywood. With…

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Happy Birthday YouTube!

Started in May of 2005, with an objective to offer users with an option to upload easily and share videos with each other, YouTube has largely been successful in the said objective. In the last 5 years, the site has grown to become the most visited video site in the world, with over two billion…

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