I love the internet–love, love, love it–for a number of reasons; one of those reasons is websites like imgfave.com. Last weekend imgfave founder and creator Gabe Ragland was kind enough to answer a few of our questions about his innovative image bookmarking community. We’re delivering it to you in an exclusive Retrospective interview.
Entries Tagged as 'web2.0'
March 18th, 2009 No Comments
November 1st, 2008 2 Comments
MTV is saying goodbye to the Hills? Well, not exactly. However the newly launched Mtvmusic puts the focus back on music. Really! Viacom’s MTV Networks launched MTVmusic.com, a user-friendly online collection of 16,000 music videos including “Unplugged” performances. The site resembles Hulu but MTV has added a social networking component. A streaming online collection seems […]
October 11th, 2008 No Comments
First, explaining to someone what “micro-blogging” is can be a hard and funny task, but a lot of us are doing it every day without knowing it. Besides the ubiquatous staple micro-blogging site Twitter, if you use popular services like Facebook and Myspace and update your “status” you’re essentially micro-blogging. The one difference being that […]
May 28th, 2008 1 Comment
The other night I was hanging out with my roommate, Juan, and his lady. He was making dinner and I said, “Hey, let’s turn on some music. Anyone have any suggestions for me to put into Pandora?” Juan, being the poster child of brilliance, had a better answer- “Oh, have you ever tried Musicovery? It’s […]
April 22nd, 2008 2 Comments
I thought I’d kill two birds with one massive digital stone in this post. As powerful as the Internet is, it’s also the number one way to waste hours of your life. Hulu is just that a wonderful distraction, but so much more. Released earlier this year the people over at Hulu have contracts with […]
March 26th, 2008 1 Comment
Muxtape, not a misnomer, is a site that has been making the rounds rather quickly on the ‘ole interweb. Simple premise: you can create a mixtape that has it’s own unique URL that can be shared with friends and played anywhere. Here’s my mixtape, go on and try it out.