Friday, April 18, 2008

Tuesday, March 4, 2008

Testing Husky Media Ad Server

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Sunday, February 24, 2008 gets funded... is trying to innovate in the online video space and has secured a 7-figure 1st Round of VC funding.

Here's a preview of what's to come from their innovative object tagging method, which, ironically enough, we at BC$ have been working on ourselves for the past few weeks:
Find more reactive videos at

This code should be MySpace compatible... so feel free to take notes.

Friday, January 25, 2008

e-activists' petitions has released a beta of its excellent new "Petitions" feature. Could potentially be useful once its finished, if you want to run petitions on your site but don't feel like building the functionality from scratch.

Check out the full set of services offered by e-activists and support their efforts in humanitarian and fundraising work, this is definitely a great initiative that we expect to take off in the near future.

To add the petitions functionality, just include the following script on your website or blog:

Right now, you will be given the latest petition at e-activists:

However, it will truly be useful when you can create & manage your own petitions... and apparently this feature is coming in the near future.

Saturday, January 19, 2008

Why did I get LumLum's iTunes list?!?

Wow... Apple... seriously. First they make yet another round of mandatory "security" updates. THEN, when I finally agree to make their stupid iTunes updates I lose my list and everything and end up with some random person's? It's not even in English... I mean, seriously for shame Apple, for shame...

Now, although I agree that there are tons of potential security holes in iTunes, this was obviously a thinly veiled cover-up for their new additions to enable the support of Movie Rentals in the iTunes interface. Luckily, I know this already though, because Apple finds it tough to keep a secret and all three of my main email inboxes were hit with notifications of the new Movies feature the day before the updates.

Well, I wish them luck, but I think they are going the absolute wrong way with these online Movie rentals. They should instead focus on finding interesting and innovative ways of maintaining and growing their existing dominance in Music downloads. How about using your power in this area to build a user experience that drives music sales back up again? It's not that unlikely, just look at what innovative companies like, Napster, Pandora and SprialFrog are doing. The music market is not entirely dead, unless Apple just lets it continue to die its current swift death...

Wednesday, January 16, 2008

Testing Revver's new In-Video Ad Overlays...

Funny commercial clip, as commented on by in this ScrewAttack Clip of the Week

Thursday, January 10, 2008

BCmoney hits Technorati

"Open the cage... let the animals out!"
-Keith Richards

BC$ is now live on Technorati:
Technorati Profile

Monday, December 17, 2007

Testing the site's embedable player

Success... IT WORKS!!!
And with that, we're finally live. What better for a first Blog post than the classic "Monkey Falls out of a Tree" video? This was the clip that launched a million others. It first appeared on the net in 2001 and made a cameo in Austin Powers as he learns "what the internet is for".

Enjoy the video and hope everyone likes the site.


Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Sunday, February 11, 2007

American Dad (MTV)

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American Dad

11.02.2007 03:30-04:00 MTV

Stan bekommt einen saftigen Bonus auf sein Gehalt geschlagen und erfüllt sich damit einige Träume....