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I would AJ+ to this list of course. But the bottom line: Video brands solidified on TV are being re-invented. It's still a wild west.
An example of Breaking History: Tracing how terms get cemented into common use. Perhaps the best modern example of the same phenomenon is the metaphorical use of “bugs” to refer to coding errors in computer programs. As early as 1843, engineers referred to setbacks as “bugs” -- but it wasn’t until a moth was discovered trapped in an early computer in 1945 that the term was “cemented in the programmer’s daily lexicon.” With the inventions of the transistor and the integrated circuit in the 1950s, the connection between relays and computers was lost. Today, “bug” is used more commonly used to describe glitches in software, rather than hardware.
How Dov Charney Made & Ruined The Cult Of American Apparel
Betaworks CEO John Borthwick talks mobile, Facebook and Twitter with Peter Kafka. Later on: TV streaming and daily fantasy.
The professionalization of YouTube is now complete: "YouTube Red is a new subscription service that will include ad-free content and new original content from established YouTube stars for $9.99 a month."
A/B testing on Facebook. Using Facebook Dark Posts. Sounds cool, huh.
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