YouTube is an amazing video sharing site that is home to millions upon millions of videos from all over the world. There are many ways to become one of those famous YouTubers, but it does not come without hard work and dedication. A following is needed for a channel to become popular on YouTube. Sometimes the tips that mean the most when it comes to gaining subscribers are the most simple, such as being sure that the YouTube channel caters to more than one language.
Where do you go online? What sites do you jump to and what does it say about you? Do you even know what metadata is? The Canadian documentary filmmaker Brett Gaylor wants to educate you on just how much the web knows about you in his informative seven-part interactive docu-series Do Not Track that debuted at the Tribeca Film Festival as part of the transmedia Storyscapes showcase.
Tune in NOW at www.techzulu.com to catch LIVE coverage of the International Academy of Web Television Awards (IAWTV), from the Rio All Suites Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. The IAWTV Awards honor the content creators driving today’s rapidly evolving web television industry. Tonight’s show features 34 categories celebrating the best of original online programming…continue reading.
Today through Monday, we’re bringing you LIVE coverage of all the NMX keynote presentations. And if you’re looking for those extra tips and advice from the educational sessions, tune in for briefings from the show floor with people like Jeffrey Hayzlett, host of Bloomberg’s top rated show, “C-Suite with Jeffrey Hayzlett” and industry thought leader, Robert Scoble.
Digital Family Reunion is exactly what its name implies – a reunion of digital executives young and old who have helped shape Southern California into a leading hub for entrepreneurs. This year’s event returns to its original home at the Skirball Cultural Center on Wednesday, December 11 from 6-10pm. Register with TechZulu promo code DFR54 for a discount here.
The non-profit, Code.org is partnering with Computer Science Education week to lead a massive effort to raise awareness around computer science education this December. Code.org is leading an event called ‘Hour of Code’ with an impressive goal of getting 10 Million students to learn to code (for at least one hour) during the week of December 9-15.