In a world where attention spans are rapidly decreasing, it's tough to stay afloat unless you have a catchy storyline, good characters and, preferably, scrumptious photography. Inside My Kitchen, a YouTube-funded web series, is doing all of that.
Launched in Sept. 2012, the Los Angeles-based prod ... More >>
Buh-byeJason Calacanis, Internet entrepreneur and "L.A.'s brash tech superstar," thinks the future of the web is streaming video and he's willing to put his money where his mouth is. Literally, since his mouth is on "This Week In Startups," one of the shows featured on streaming video network ... More >>
Yesterday morning, after slurping up their morning coffee buzz, a number of Gmail users got their Google Buzz on, or they at least took a shot. Google's new social platform, which some say is the search engine giant's solution to Twitter and Facebook, is currently at the fore in tech talk. ... More >>
Jim AldenPaige Craig and AV FloxThe hashtag for Twiistup 6's "Leveraging the Power of the Social Web" panel, moderated by lalawag and Tsavo's Sean Percival, was #wakeup. That's the peril of following a night of hard partying with a full day of serious conversation. Surprisingly, a good crowd gathere ... More >>
AV FloxParty like it's 1997Twiistup creator Mike Macadaan once hailed L.A.'s premier tech event as a nod to the dot-com days of excess. Geeks got together in uniquely Los Angeles locales to network and party like rockstars. But Macadaan sold Twiistup to an undisclosed party a few months ago, ... More >>
Maybe because we used to work on the dark side, we're suckers for a good viral marketing ploy (see: viral buzz, brand ambassadors, evangelizing, product seeding, online influencers, etc.). That being said, when we saw Digg founder Kevin Rose, L.A.'s own Mahalo CEO Jason Calacanis and Rubicon Project ... More >>