What is a Digital Media Outlet?
A Digital Media Outlet focuses on general interest content on one or more specific topics, is designed to attract large audiences, and utilizes a passive approach to commercial advertising or site monetization.
Syncing Shutter Speed with Chopper Blades
This is crazy--the shutter speed of a camera synced with chopper blades.
How YouTube Sucked Me in: Everest, K2, and the Canadian Bush
YouTube's inference engine can lead you into some pretty strange places. For me, a guy checking out RV's, it was Everest, the Yukon, and the wilds of Vancouver Island.
How Anyone Can Create a Multi-Media Blog Post in Ten Minutes
You don't have to be a pro-blogger to turn out multi-media content posts fast and easy. The key is piggybacking your content on someone else's, a concept called "hybrid content."
What is "Hybrid Content"?
Hybrid content consists of a video created by a third party in combination with commentary about the video, such as a summary or opinion piece that focuses or broadens the scope of the video.
How to Create Hybrid YouTube Content
When it comes to hybrid content, YouTube is probably the best source for third-party video content. In this article, you'll learn how to create a hybrid article consisting of a YouTube video in combination with an article about the video.
BRICS scientists could help stem the tide of invasive species
Developed countries are producing policies to reduce the flow of invasive species and control or eradicate existing invasions. But most developing countries are under-resourced to tackle either aspect without help. Emerging economies, such as Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa (BRICS), are responsible for donating many of the world’s invasive species that have the potential to reach nearly all terrestrial biomes.
Collagen in your coffee? A scientist says forget it
Collagen products are popping up everywhere. While collagen is probably most well known for its touted skin care benefits and as a major component of lip enhancers and injections, some celebrities, like Kourtney Kardashian , are suggesting that people drink it. Products derived from collagen are not just in skin creams and dietary supplements but even in pillow covers and clothing . Kardashian is even selling collagen supplements.