Saturday, July 25, 2015
Thanks for the wonderful photo @Nanalew & @meekakitty! And for being so genuinely kind & lovely. You made my day! 💕 pic.twitter.com/a1KXSqdqhE— Kaci Burrow (@KaciBurrow) July 26, 2015
Just met the awesome My Music cast! So great seeing you all! @jacksfilms @thefinebros pic.twitter.com/PXlGq6HGD1— Isabel Turner (@wholockizzy) July 26, 2015
Yass! @ConnorFranta, @AlliSpeed, @OlgaKay & @buckhollywood join the #ThirstProject's founder live on stage pic.twitter.com/2Om1gBgSnm— Amplify (@thisisamplify) July 25, 2015
.@LukeKorns at the #FullscreenVidCon Movie Night! Anyone else pumped to see @UniversalHorror's #TheVisitMovie? 😁 pic.twitter.com/cwoBfMQfPY— Fullscreen (@Fullscreen) July 26, 2015
Hi @LindseyStirling !! So great running into friends at Vidcon who are absolutely crushing it right now!!! ❤️🎻 pic.twitter.com/T8bQoZrLWP— Sam Tsui (@SamuelTsui) July 26, 2015
Annual Bennet sandwich (now with added Spore!) @theashleyclem @mkwiles #VidCon http://t.co/Yf1mmNezbQ pic.twitter.com/nv6g2A3BtV— Liam Dryden (@LiamDrydenEtc) July 26, 2015
A new video will be up tomorrow you guys! I'm sorry! This is happening! pic.twitter.com/IK0NHeBzk0— Grace Helbig (@gracehelbig) July 26, 2015
Friday, July 24, 2015
Chatting with @ingridnilsen at the @people @EW stage! Thanks for all your amazing questions, you guys are fantastic! pic.twitter.com/FtNm5U6ga0— Justine Ezarik (@ijustine) July 24, 2015
Go behind the scenes with @VidCon's finest, like @MirandaSings, @RickyPDillon & more! http://t.co/6mrFFKr3BP #VidCon pic.twitter.com/zTcKnCkG5c— Entertainment Weekly (@EW) July 24, 2015
End of day booth hangout! Come by booth 1211 for some awesome merch and photos! pic.twitter.com/WJnzAoINeW— SourceFed (@sourcefed) July 24, 2015
honored to be on a panel discussing sexuality & identity with these lovely humans at #vidcon pic.twitter.com/KBcN2gLMOo— Tyler Oakley (@tyleroakley) July 24, 2015
I’m blushing like an emoji! 😊☺️😊☺️ Thank you for the awesome feature @people! Let me know if you pick one up! pic.twitter.com/FueJh0akub— Justine Ezarik (@ijustine) July 24, 2015
See VidCon as NMR's production crew sees it -- through their photos: http://t.co/zlWJBEASB2 pic.twitter.com/gUE5jwL8Ge— New Media Rockstars (@NewRockstars) July 25, 2015
Big shoutout to everyone who came out to see the squad today. #SB3xVidcon + #VidCon2015 it’s been real! 😘❤️✌️ pic.twitter.com/lcgNj052aA— Summer Break (@SummerBreak) July 25, 2015
So far there has been no clarification of the statement, but the YouTube comments platform is part of Googles G+ social networking platform that some have speculated maybe phased out. With Googles substantial investment in G+ it does not seem likely that they will phase it out, but this does raise the question of what changes Google is planning on making and, more importantly, how will that affect the YouTube community.
YouTube CEO @SusanWojcicki has been genuinely viewer- and creator-centric in her leadership, and I think YouTube is much stronger for it.— John Green (@johngreen) July 24, 2015
@johngreen That's great but have they cleaned up the cesspit that is the comments yet? @SusanWojcicki— Justine Larbalestier (@JustineLavaworm) July 24, 2015
@JustineLavaworm @SusanWojcicki no and it's the biggest problem on that platform imo. Need a redesign of the algorithm and better filtering.— John Green (@johngreen) July 24, 2015
Thursday, July 23, 2015
Just 5 dudes looking for an online picture caption...Any suggestions?! pic.twitter.com/r3iOLszjeQ— shaycarl (@shaycarl) July 23, 2015
Backfall into the Instagram emoji ball pit on the #VidCon show floor. You can tag / search emojis on IG! #😎😆😘 pic.twitter.com/KSy2sBoOfi— Digital LA (@DigitalLA) July 23, 2015
2/3 of #beautybreak is all up in #VIDCON2015! @lily_marston @JoslynDavis want to know where's @lily_marston??? pic.twitter.com/E599ea1UWi— ClevverTV (@ClevverTV) July 23, 2015
.@ceciliakang is snapping for us at #VIDCON2015! Add us on Snapchat at washingtonpost pic.twitter.com/6BQkD1M9HE— Washington Post (@washingtonpost) July 23, 2015
.@ijustine just stopped by our booth at #VidCon. Visit us tomorrow to see her again! http://t.co/sLxymqtiTZ pic.twitter.com/Sr6rS6cjFB— Canon USA Imaging (@CanonUSAimaging) July 23, 2015
.@hankgreen and @johngreen being interviewed by @katiecouric. #VIDCON2015 pic.twitter.com/A6y48RfMNO— Bernie Su (@BernieSu) July 23, 2015
Announcing @WhatsTrending is launching a podcast! 1st episode will be premiering live at #vidcon2015 w/ @smosh pic.twitter.com/zbJWDSR3Ey— Shira Lazar (@shiralazar) July 22, 2015
One hour left before the expo hall closes. Come visit the @MooshWalks booth at @VidCon booth 1004 #Vidcon #Socks pic.twitter.com/dgFWMWgpqJ— Olga Kay (@OlgaKay) July 24, 2015
Love @LindseyStirling!! Had so much fun on a panel with her today!! :) Thanks to everyone who was there! pic.twitter.com/pXRgtVQHJl— Justine Ezarik (@ijustine) July 24, 2015
Alex Frnka – Lily MacKenzie
Denise Richards – Marion Bellerose
Karrueche Tran – Vanessa Ivy
Emrhys Cooper – Alistair Carlton
Stephen Chang – Johnny Reyes
Ana Mulvoy-Ten – Karen McClaren
Allie Marie Evans – Giselle Mondavi
Asher Deva – Javier Ahmari
Truth bubbles up to the surface for the Buchanans, Camo's quest to find himself continues and Chief Douglas has had enough of White Rose.
The Taurian Films (www.taurianfilms.com) web series features Cait Pool (Rachel Buchanan), DJ Economou (Edward Buchanan), Jenni Mabrey (Evelyn Buchanan), Lydia A Williams (Michelle Buchanan), Ada Perez (Connie Lopez), Michelle Mayes (Shawna Spears), Natalie Williams (Det. Brenson), Dean Morgan (Chief Douglas), Kyler Hodson (J.R. Douglas), Giovannie Cruz (Red Rose/White Rose) and a host of other talented TX actors!!
For more information on the show check out the Facebook,http://www.facebook.com/PartyGirlWebSeries or http://taurianfilms.com
Any feedback of any kind feel free to comment below or e-mail [email protected]
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Season 1 Episodes:
Chapter I - http://youtu.be/Gl-5dxVHn6g
Chapter II - http://youtu.be/4LxNmCLWCp8
Chapter III - http://youtu.be/njwsm8Ctsoc
Chapter IV - http://youtu.be/lkqZ-7ZSBic
Chapter V - http://youtu.be/kj1pLK2yf7Q
Chapter V - http://youtu.be/5G_vvluukA8 (Close Captioned for deaf/hearing impaired)
Chapter VI - http://youtu.be/TFb7qAY7Sog
Chapter VII - http://youtu.be/ugAvrrtcl_M
Chapter VIII - http://youtu.be/yGuIBwO1jLs
Chapter IX - http://youtu.be/3w0dHApsEpg
Chapter X - http://youtu.be/zMSY_ty2Wo0
Chapter XI - http://youtu.be/AIvEkkKIUqc
Chapter XII - http://youtu.be/X_hHtc3HHew
Chapter XIII - https://youtu.be/5jFDSbJCCAE
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FilterFreeTV (FFTV) is the first of it’s kind uncensored digital talk show that takes a really honest look at the most difficult questions and problems our generation grapples with every day. Not shying away from difficult issues like drugs, sexual identity, infidelity, and sexting, the discussions are grown up and draw on personal stories and experiences. In other words, the show gives you behind-the-scenes access to the type of discussions that go on among friends behind closed doors. Whereas most YouTubers tend to censor themselves and what they share on YouTube, FilterFreeTV is the place where they let everything go and get real about super controversial topics. In other words, FilterFreeTV addresses situations that we are all curious about and provides experiences that we can all learn from. The topics are edgy, controversial and personal; there are debates, disagreements, and a lot of charged emotions.
Wednesday, July 22, 2015
We spend the hour with Ta-Nehisi Coates, author of "Between the World and Me," an explosive new book about white supremacy and being black in America. The book begins, "Here is what I would like for you to know: In America, it is traditional to destroy the black body—it is heritage." It is written as a letter to his 15-year-old son, Samori, and is a combination of memoir, history and analysis. Its publication comes amidst the shooting of nine African-American churchgoers by an avowed white supremacist in Charleston; the horrifying death of Sandra Bland, a 28-year-old African-American woman in Texas who was pulled over for not signaling a lane change; and the first anniversary of the police killings of Eric Garner in Staten Island and Michael Brown in Ferguson. Coates talks about how he was influenced by freed political prisoner Marshall "Eddie" Conway and writer James Baldwin, and responds to critics of his book, including Cornel West and New York Times columnist David Brooks. Coates is a national correspondent at The Atlantic, where he writes about culture, politics, and social issues.
RED BIRD is coming later this year! The series creators had shot six episodes of the first season and crowd-sourced funding to shoot the final two episodes. Initially setting a goal of $10,000, the campaign blew past that mark and ended with $12,065 raised from 115 backers on Kickstarter!
For more go to: http://www.redbirdseries.com
Congrats RED BIRD Team!
Tuesday, July 21, 2015
Monday, July 20, 2015
The brand new web series RED BIRD is picking up steam. The series is directed by a woman, follows a badass female protagonist, and includes an all-star cast, including Armin Shimerman (who was Quark on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and Principal Snyder from Buffy: The Vampire Slayer).
Here's the Kickstarter video:
To learn more, go to: http://www.redbirdseries.com
You can view all of the shorts that were created in the series here: http://www.witheredworld.tv/
And for one example, check out Pop Tarts below: