So, we've looked and there isn't a "share" button on the QWERTY keyboard. Aside from the obvious infringement of the Trade Description Act, if it had existed, it points to a rather interesting problem... sharing isn't as simple as making a button.
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Canada's biggest online fashion retailer, SSENSE, have taken advantage of WIREWAX technology to create the world's first shoppable music video. The campaign launched to much fanfare, having been embedded in over 2,000 blogs and shared more than 2,000 times through social networks.
In the slippery ups and downs of Britain's economy, it was reported today that internet adspend had risen to an all new high in 2011 to £4.8 billion which is a significant increase of 14.5% and the biggest since 2007.
Eclectic tastes within WIREWAX studios means within the space of an hour it's not uncommon to hear Paul Simon juxtaposed with System of a Down; Muddy Waters hot on the heels of Jessy J.
Movie big wigs Fox, Sony Pictures and Warner Brothers are backing UltraViolet - a service aiming to revolutionize home entertainment by offering a 'digital locker' of film and TV.
Social-networking giant Facebook has announced its latest "acqui-hire" this week, and has confirmed that it has purchased the talent behind the location sharing app, Gowalla.
It seems webmasters the world over are in uproar this morning as Google's Search Algorithm update, nicknamed 'Panda' has spread its paws across the white pages of the globe's largest search provider.
William Shatner has of course shown us the future in so many ways - frankly, he's been the future (too much?). I mean look at this little gem of insight...
Today is 'Mega Monday', in the US, it's Cyber Monday, the biggest online shopping day of the year, the first Monday after Thanksgiving and the Black Friday sales, and it's the beginning of a two week spending frenzy in time for Christmas.
Using interactive video has proved to be a great way of communicating with fans. With technology changing all the time, the music industry is having to face the fact that they have been behind the times.
Last week, Manchester City became the first British Premier League football team to sign a content deal with YouTube, allowing them to produce and upload non-match videos to their own YouTube page.
We are all aware of the power of online video in terms of entertainment...from music videos, to adverts to film and TV programmes, but what about harnessing the power of online video for humanitarian and educational benefits?
We've just stumbled across a taggable video which one of our users produced for The Devil's Double earlier this year and it has got us thinking... could this be the future for online film trailers?