When I think of people who make a YouTube video dancing to one of the Billboard top 10 songs, my mind instantly goes to teenagers or women who have some extra time on their hands.
What I don’t expect is college athletes.
That might be way this video has gone viral (7.5+ million) so quickly and will make you smile.
I have to admit that I was taken back by the sheer dedication of the college students, they committed to it. This must be the result of a long car ride at the end of the season because they are polished.
With iPhones, webcams, and cheaper video cameras as well as larger and larger online video communities, it should not come as a surprise that teens are doing and using a lot more video stuff online.
Teenagers are always on the front lines of using the latest technology and finding creative ways to personalize these tools. The fact that there are now several free and online video editing tools out there to help them create better products is only adding fuel to the fire.
With the release of Google+ Hangout On Air to everyone, ministries need to be taking note of how they can use this amazing tool!
For some people, this could be a game changer. Yet, with a new medium of communication, people need to come up with ways to use it. We have a few idea for you here, but we want to hear how you would use it too.
We’ve all wondered what the secret is to a viral video. Kevin Allocca who works for Google on YouTube has some ideas. This should help your videos, as you help spread the big idea that God wants to forgive us if we’ll let Him.
How could we spread that important idea? I wonder if there’s something to how the guy on the bicycle spread his idea that could help us. Notice that he didn’t make a spoof video to do it; it was an original idea.
In the 150 years, America and the world have come a long way, gaining new ground over science, math, and the world. Inventors, dreamers, and scientists have been able to completely change how we live life, work, and enjoy ourselves.
But there has been a new revolution since the Industrial Revolution that is now impacting us more than before: the Internet, social media, and ecommerce.
These concepts have shrank the world we live in, forever changed how we communicate and do business, and brought out both good and bad qualities within ourselves.
We've been insanely-interested in exploring how the Church, ministries, and non-profits use technology to effectively fulfill their mission to the world.
With a small blog that started in September of 2008 we grew faster than we had ever dared to dream expanding into a network of blogs that reached more than a quarter million people every single month.
In May of 2011 we re-focused our efforts bringing all of the content back into one solidified brand - a "digital magazine" of resources that still serve the same industries and that still has the same curious heartbeat that started this movement.