Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Wired Wednesday - Youtube revenue model

Happy Wednesday. I wanted to share the latest in the ongoing series of exceptional Discovery Channel commercials with you. When I viewed it in advance on YouTube, low and behold, they asked me to watch a Progressive Auto Insurance commercial first. Frankly I'm surprised it took YouTube this long to join the Ad for view revenue model. This definitely is no longer the wave of the future - the future is now. Enjoy the commercial, and just try and not hum the song afterwards.



You've probably heard about the hype behind Iphone apps. Here is a great article on building your own Iphone apps.

13 Tools for Building Your Own iPhone App
Written by Sarah Perez / November 3, 2009 7:48 AM / 33 Comments
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These days, everyone wants to build their own iPhone applications, but not everyone knows how write the code necessary in order to create them. Fortunately, there are now a number of tools that allow non-developers the ability to create their own iPhone apps without knowing programming or scripting. Some are general-purpose app builders designed for small businesses while other target specific needs, like apps for musicians or for eBook authors. Still others let developers familiar with simpler programming languages like HTML write apps using the code they know and then will transform that code into an iPhone application which can be submitted to the iTunes Store.

Below we've listed 13 different tools that let you create your own iPhone applications, none of which require knowledge of Objective C, the programming language used to build apps for the iPhone OS .
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