Lip-syncing, crazy weathermen, and dancing babies are just some of the types of things we expect to see on YouTube. But what about using the site as away to post a Missing or Found ad, like one you might see on a street pole. Well, two Canadians used the video site to do just that. Josh Rimer and Craig Weckerle are two Vancouver residents, who were walking around city the night of the Olympics Opening Ceremony. As they were walking they came upon a red case with a Sony HD camcorder inside, just laying on the sidewalk.
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MySpace’s CEO stepped down this week, while many Olympians are wondering if they can use social media during the games. Find out the details in today’s Social Media News Brief… (more…)
We are one day away from the start of the 2010 Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver. And although social media has been around for a few years, this will be the most Tweeted, Facebooked, YouTubed Olympic games ever.
Soon we could see well-known American speedskater Apollo Ohno or skier Lindsey Vonn breaking world records. Both athletes have Twitter accounts that they actually run themselves. However there is a bit of confusion on if the athletes will be able to tweet or use any social media for that matter. (more…)