Helium is a floating browser window that allows you to watch media while you work. Your content will never fall behind your other windows even as you switch tasks.
Enjoying this (much-linked) Nathan Barley 10-year retrospective which times nicely with my visit to Hoxton tonight http://www.theguardian.com/tv-and-radio/2015/feb/10/nathan-barley-charlie-brooker-east-london-comedy
Analysis by @losowsky on how Snapchat Discover could evolve to become a major tool for publishers
TC piece about leading tech companies based in Brighton
Quotes and commentary from online dating users, including, “I don’t want someone like me. Why on earth would I want someone like me?”
Takes a content URL (eg a YouTube video) and returns JSON/XML info on how to embed it
UK specific, hands-on review of the ATV2
…and now accounts for almost 23% of time spent on the internet in the UK
A completely different way of reading The Guardian online, more like the printed newspaper with a sense of reading from a beginning to the end. Less friction and interruptions too.
“A quarter of UK internet users aged eight to 12 had profiles on Facebook, Bebo or MySpace last year, research has found, although the lowest minimum age set on any of the sites is 13.” “44% of children between 12 and 15 thought downloading shared copies of films and music for free should not be illegal.”
Combine newly merged Match and Meetic (DatingDirect) together and ignore PoF (because they’re free) means we’re No. 2 in the UK dating market
List of publications with a Twitter profile. Very music heavy it seems
I’d heard of the former, but the latter looks worth a go. Will try this with my MacBook Air when setting up my new telly
Now supports BBC iPlayer. Time to get myself a Mac Mini and start using this - will also work with Apple TV.
“Ultimate Asset is recognised as the most progressive digital media headhunters in the UK”