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Wednesday, October 7, 2009

The Web.Files #14 - Tim Street

On this week’s episode of the Web.Files, host Krystin Burtt interviews the ubiquitous social media personality, Tim Street, writer, producer, and the creator of French Maid TV. Street, one of web televisions earliest pioneers, shares his thoughts on the current state of the industry as-well-as his advice for those seeking to post their first YouTube classic.

Tim Street has produced both long and short form television for every major network as-well-as numerous cable channels. He is perhaps best known, however, for introducing the world to the little known technological savoir-faire of the French maid set. Long admired for their ample bosoms and coquettish ways, now thanks to the tireless efforts of Tim Street, they have the opportunity to demonstrate their Internet knowledge. Also, he writes a blog and attends numerous Tubefilter parties, which is not nearly as interesting as the French maid stuff.

2 comments:

  1. From Wikipedia:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tim_Street

    Creator of Fictional Web Sites

    In 1999 he set out to create an interactive story that would use the Internet as a platform. He came up with a factitious site that appeared to be set-up by a guy who was madly in love with a young woman named Julie. Fortheloveofjulie.com generated millions of page views as well as attention from the Los Angeles Police Department, Santa Monica Police Department and the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. Fortunately, the site brought him notoriety in Hollywood rather than jail time. Fortheloveofjulie.com was Tim's first foray into interactive web-based media and that lead to several other sites including My Son Peter (a site by a man who plays hide-and-seek with his son who has been dead), Zach Mango (Jon Cryer's character in The Trouble with Normal), and Fight Club (Tyler Durden's behind-the-scenes online journal.)


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