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Wednesday 22 January, 2014 We’ve seen Justin Timberlake and Mila Kunis enjoy the pure delights of Friends with Benefits with their Hollywood blockbuster. Even Ashton Kutcher and Natalie Portman took it behind camera in No Strings Attached, with both films symbolizing a very cur...
Every once in a while you’ll see an article claiming “email is dead.” In most cases the author is simply using a sensational headline to attract eyeballs to an article about, you guessed it, some new email service or software that has formed a relationship with the wr...
Benjamin Franklin once said, “The sweetest sound in any language is a man’s own name.” Why is it so difficult for a business to understand that is true about their customers, as well? If you’ve read this blog for any length of time…or listened to any of my...
Clever, a graduate of Y Combinator’s most recent batch of startups, launched in late June to bring a bit of Twilio’s vision to education. That is to say, the startup has been developing a standardized API that makes it easy for K-12 schools to unlock their data and for developers to ac...
The upcoming biopic starring Ashton Kutcher as Steve Jobs will cover the Apple co-founder’s early years, the film’s producer said in an interview.  Read the full story at CNET
On Thursday 25th March 2010, people from an estimated 200 cities across the globe will come together to celebrate and support the second Global Twestival. Defined by Twitter as ‘a way to take part in a global event that transforms lives’, Twestival was created last year by London based...
I'm at a conference put together by Edelman PR that mixes academics, media folks, and PR folks. [Disclosure: I have in the past worked for Edelman. I am at the conference for free.] NOTE: Live-blogging. Getting things wrong. Missing points. Omitting key information. Introducing artific...
By D. Bruce Johnston, President, DBJAssociates Finally, thanks to T. Neil Bathon, FUSE Network for bringing to my attention an article not  gushing,  “Seriously, These ARE The Ten BEST Reasons” to be social networking.  John Ridley writing in his “Visible Man” c...
I'm reading various reports on Google's announcments about search today, and it sounds scattered and totally uninspiring. And I might add, disappointing. Google is today a big company, and it seems to lack the resolve to go into middle age with any passion. If ever there was a time to ...
Late last night, former Engadget editor-in-chief Ryan Block tweeted out that he had done some research to attempt to quantify the “Oprah Effect” — that is, the number of users who signed up for Twitter after Oprah featured the service on her show on Friday. The number he came to? 1.2 m...
"Punked" is one of those words that started out as a slang term, but was taken to a whole new level by a pop culture moment -- in this case, the MTV show Punk'd. But as quickly as it heated up in 2003, it quickly burned out, lasting just 4 years. But the company behind it, Ashton Kutch...
Pop culture's obsession with celebrities is evolving along with technology. Ashton Kutcher reached 1 million Twitter followers and Oprah is now part of the Twitterati. And there is never enough news or information about celebrities to satiate the thirst of fans; they want more and mo...
Lately it seems like writing blogs is getting out of fashion, what with the rise of microblogging star Twitter. Something about Twitter is intriguing. I guess the simplicity of writing your thoughts within 140 characters is a force larger that anyone expected. Reminds me of the early d...
It's not yet clear exactly what effect Oprah had on Twitter by featuring the service (and its first million-follower user, Ashton Kutcher) on her show on Friday. Twitter co-founder Biz Stone tells me he's going to try and get some numbers as to just how many people signed up thanks to ...
Up until this point, despite all the press he was getting, Ashton Kutcher was behind CNN in the race to become the first Twitter user with a million followers. Not anymore. Kutcher surged past CNN on Thursday evening, likely clearing the last hurdle that stands between him and Ted Tur...
Talk show host Oprah Winfrey has taken control of her own Twitter name, @oprah, she announced on her Facebook page today. And tomorrow, she'll start using it, on her show. Apparently, her guest tomorrow will be the man she calls "the King of Twitter," Ashton Kutcher. I'm sure he'll be...
Over the past few days, actor Ashton Kutcher has been racing CNN to be the first Twitter user with a million followers. Kutcher and other parties like EA have been pulling out all the stops to help his account gain followers as quickly as possible to hit the number. Clearly, this is a ...
Earlier today The Business Insider reported that CNN may have acquired the massively popular CNNbrk Twitter account, which is currently in a heated race with Ashton Kutcher to attain 1 million followers. Thing is, up until recently CNN didn't actually own that account, which made th...
A couple days ago, actor Ashton Kutcher stated his goal to beat CNN to be the first Twitter user with a million followers. He promised to punk CNN founder Ted Turner if the Internet made it happen. Yesterday, CNN anchor Larry King fired back at Kutcher saying that one man couldn't take...
"Do you know how big we are? Do you know what CNN is?!" Them fightin' words -- from longtime CNN host Larry King to Ashton Kutcher. King sent out the YouTube video (below) responding to the challenge Kutcher laid out yesterday to beat CNN to become the first Twitter user with a million...
Apparently, actor Ashton Kutcher woke up today and realized he had a whole hell of a lot of Twitter followers. How many? Just shy of 850,000 now. Even more impressive to him though is that he's near the number of Twitter followers that the No. 1 Twitter "user" CNN has (just over 900,00...
Does anyone remember that show Project Greenlight? It came out of LivePlanet, the 1999-era dot com started by Ben Affleck, Chris Moore and Matt Damon that aimed to use the Web to transform traditional entertainment. It was user generated content before we had an over-used buzz-phrase f...
Facebook is getting wise to something MySpace has known from the start - users love vanity URLs. When you tell someone your MySpace page, you just say myspace.com/[user/brand/band/etc.] (I'm myspace.com/mikearrington). On Facebook it has always been more difficult. My profile isn't ...
MySpace founders Tom Anderson and Chris DeWolfe got the Charlie Rose treatment on Tuesday night in a wide-ranging interview that lasted about a half hour. Rose starts with a few general questions, but he does get a few tidbits of new information. For instance, DeWolfe reveals that ...
When Hollywood actor Ashton Kutcher launched his Blahgirls project at Techcrunch 50 this year, one of the first things investor Ron Conway said on the judging panel was that the idea would tap into the emerging billion dollar market for branded content. Media plays like Blahgirls aren'...
When Ashton Kutcher launched his animated show Blah Girls at TechCrunch50 earlier this year, he ran into MySpace CEO Chris DeWolfe in the hallways. DeWolfe expressed interest in the show. Fast forward two months, and Blah Girls now has a distribution deal with MySpaceTV, which had 51 ...
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Powered by Ustream We'll be streaming TechCrunch50 here Monday through Wednesday so everyone can see the conference's demos for themselves as they happen. You can also find our written coverage of the conference here and coverage from other news outlets below. Update: Session 11: G...
What a day. 1,700 people streamed into the San Francisco Design Center at 9 am on Monday morning to help launch the first group of 52 startups at TechCrunch50. Dozens more startups were camped out in the demopit. First, the bad news. The internet was down completely for half the day, ...
We'll be streaming TechCrunch50 here Monday through Wednesday so everyone can see the conference's demos for themselves as they happen. You can also find our written coverage of the conference here and coverage from other news outlets below. Update: Lunch Break. Up next, Mobile st...
Jason Calacanis and Michael Arrington opened TechCrunch50 today saying they wanted to create the "Sundance Film Festival" for the internet industry where companies are judged on merit. Here are our notes on the companies who presented in the first session of the conference, which show...
We've gone through more than 1,000 companies to get down to the final 50 (okay, 52) that will present on stage at TechCrunch50 starting later this morning. We will be covering all of the companies as they present onstage or shortly after. But for now, here's a list of all the compani...
Jason Calacanis' just posted part two of his "how to demo a startup" advice to his email listarticle is here. Last week Jason coordinated rehearsal demos at Sequoia Capital for the companies that are launching at TechCrunch50 on September 8-10. He spends a lot of time with each compan...
TechCrunch50 is just a week and a half away. The list of presenting companies is kept strictly confidential until the day of the event to ensure maximum audience attention. But we're making one exception this year. Ashton Kutcher and Jason Goldberg's Katalyst Media will be launching B...